Get end-to-end visibility into your cloud resources and applications
Get comprehensive insights into the performance of your hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructure and the applications hosted on them. Proactively discover cloud performance bottlenecks and quickly resolve them before they impact end users.
Monitor the performance of multi-cloud environments
Gain holistic view into all your cloud and on-premise application tiers and automatically correlate events by mapping inter-dependencies between applications, services, processes, and cloud components.
Assure seamless multi and hybrid cloud monitoring by tracking and troubleshooting the health of your cloud applications. Get unified visibility across all your IaaS, DBaaS, and SaaS infrastructures.
Ensure smooth cloud application monitoring by receiving instant alerts when real-time performance values don't conform with user-defined set of baseline values. Drill down to root cause of issues and automate corrective actions.
Demystify cloud performance monitoring by visualizing utilization and growth trends, analyzing performance stats, and planning capacity with ML powered reports.
Take a quick tour of ManageEngine Applications Manager's cloud monitoring software
Leverage best practices in AWS cloud monitoring
With Applications Manager's Cloud Monitor, ensure robust monitoring of a host of core AWS services. Achieve seamless AWS monitoring by:
Proactively monitoring AWS cloud application metrics such as service levels, processes running in your AWS environment, and costs of your AWS implementations. Avoid paying for additional metrics in CloudWatch and ensure cost-efficient monitoring of your cloud instances.
Tracking critical AWS cloud monitoring metrics such as CPU usage, network traffic, throttled requests, latency, throughput, read replica, health status, subscription count, etc.
Addressing performance anomalies by obtaining a dashboard view of break-down of system errors, user errors, failed requests, etc.
Securing your data by storing it either in your data center or on AWS itself. Retaining data for large periods of time can help with historical analysis.
Automatically discover and monitor your Azure applications across different geographical locations along with their role instances. Collect key performance metrics of various Azure services such as VMs, storage accounts, Azure Service Bus, and Azure SQL Database at regular time intervals and view this information in our customizable, interactive Azure cloud monitoring dashboard. Become aware of service health, resource usage, application performance, and more.
With Applications Manager's comprehensive Microsoft Azure Monitoring tool, get notified of errors, detect performance bottlenecks, and employ remedial actions to resolve issues and optimize application performance.
Get real-time actionable insights into your Google and Oracle Cloud instances
Track real-time performance metrics of your Google Cloud Platform (GCP) services. Become aware of resource usage in Google Compute Engine (GCE), Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), Google Storage and Google FileStore services.
Get complete visbility into your GCP stack - detect service unavailability and performance bottelenecks at a single glance. Analyze the root cause and resolve issues instantly.
With Applications Manager, you can also monitor Oracle Cloud Storage instances and Oravle Autonomous database effortlessly and ensure hassle-free operaion of business critical applications that rely on them.
Proactively monitor all the service levels of your Docker and Kubernetes deployments, including container clusters, individual clusters, etc. Accelerate issue detection and resolve them before end-users are affected. You can also :
Track key metrics such as cache memory, number of page faults detected, memory usage details, etc.
Ensure proper connectivity between the container and the associated host by identifying and eliminating transaction bottlenecks in network traffic. Trigger appropriate container actions such as start/stop/restart.
With configuration reports, become aware of vital container metric details such as IP address, path name, host name, etc.
Cloud monitoring helps keep an eye on the health, performance and availability of your cloud services by providing end to end visibility into the applications built on the cloud, irrespective of the type of cloud you've employed.
How to monitor cloud services?
With the help of dedicated cloud monitoring tools, you can monitor your applications that are reliant on various cloud services. ManageEngine Applications Manager's cloud monitoring solution is a perceptive tool that helps ensure the health and availability of your cloud servers, find and fix performance issues before it affects the end-users, and optimize the performance of your applications.
How does cloud monitoring work?
Cloud monitoring tools are data driven. They proactively collect metrics and monitor them to detect issues and performance degradation, and resolve them before it affects the dependent applications, thereby ensuring high performance and constant availability.
Why is cloud monitoring essential?
Cloud monitoring is imperative to ensure proper operation, health and availability of various cloud services. You can optimize the performance of cloud applications by monitoring and managing them regularly.
How do I monitor my SaaS application?
With the help of a robust cloud based monitoring tool, you can monitor not only your SaaS applications, but also IaaS and PaaS.
How can performance monitoring be achieved in cloud operations?
Cloud Monitoring and Management tools like ManageEngine Applications Manager, gather metrics and proactively spot issues when they arise in the operations of cloud-based systems. It helps you analyze the aggregated data which reflects the state of the cloud system and its operations and triggers automated actions and notifications based on that data to correct issues and optimize the performance.
What are the cloud services that ManageEngine Applications Manager monitors?
Applications Manager helps you monitor the following cloud services :