Monitoring activities in Computer. VM. (AWS, Anydesk)
Hi! Thank you for having interest in this topic.
I'm posting this topic hoping to get help while setting VM. and monitoring its events.
Especially monitoring what's happening inside of VM. But this is not really easy.
The original plan is, make a VM instance based on Cloud service such as Microsoft Azure/Google Cloud/ AWS Workspace (or) EC2 Instances,
And install Anydesk in the VM instance. and let my co-worker to access into the VM and let he does his work.
and until now, this is going good,
But problem is the monitoring process.
Remote programs such as Anydesk/Logmein/Team-viewer,
Yes they have functionality that tracking what the accessed user does. and save it into file.
Problem 1) they only save the logs of the accessor into file. They can not stream it in real-time.
So I looked for another way. Dumping all these Anydesk/Team-viewer/Logmein options. (Because it can not stream the actions inside of the VM in real time)
So I happened to know AWS's Cloudwatch/Cloudtrain functionalities.
But when I searched and view a few videos on youtube, their purpose was not really to monitor the user's action, But it's only measuring its usage and calculate / visualize it into graph called 'metrics' so that they can help the company to plan their budget.
But still, I'm quite sure there must be a way that I don't really know yet. Especially in AWS VM instances and its monitoring functionalities.
Should be able to monitor(Stream) VM's actions in real time.
When I refer to 'Monitoring' It refers to : Knowing User opened and executed which files, working on which tab, which programs, (such as in chrome tab, accessed in which tab and domain etc.) typed which things. etc. including its real-time.
Please if you know the way that satisfying both of condition, contact me.