AWS User analytics with PHP application [closed]

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I currently have a LAMP stack (PHP 5.X + MySQL + Apache) in AWS with EC2 and RDS (MySQL 5.X).

I would like to get some information about what users does in my application like:

  • Know the users who have been using X feature
  • Know the number of visits to a specific place
  • Know how many people have enabled specific option...

Where is it recommendable to store that data? I was thinking about the current MySQL database but I don't know if it's the right place, what AWS service do you recommend for it?

I have been looking at some AWS examples and a possible solution would be to use Kinesis Data Firehose which would send the data to Elasticsearch which would be displayed in a Kibana dashboard. Should I store these values first or send them as a log and process them?

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