Google Cloud is Google's in-built cloud platform that provides a series of cloud services including computing, data storage, data analytics, and machine learning. Google Cloud Platform provides infrastructure as a service, platform as a service, and serverless computing environments.
Applications Manager's Google cloud platform monitoring tool will give you complete visibility into every component of your Google cloud environment thereby allowing you to optimize the performance of business critical Google cloud services. With our root cause analysis capabilities, you can easily identify the root cause of performance issues and troubleshoot them quickly.
Our Google cloud monitoring capabilities will allow you to:
Prerequisites for monitoring Google Cloud metrics: Click here
Using the REST API to add a new Google Cloud Platform monitor: Click here
Follow the steps given below to create a new Google Cloud Platform monitor:
Go to the Monitors Category View by clicking the Monitors tab. Click on Google Cloud Platform under the Cloud Apps section. Displayed is the Google Cloud bulk configuration view distributed into three tabs:
On clicking a monitor from the list, you'll be taken to the Google Cloud dashboard. It has 3 tabs —
|Compute Engine Instances||Total number of Compute Engine instances available.|
|Cloud Storage Buckets||Total number of Storage buckets available.|
|Cloud Filestore Instances||Total number of Filestore instances available.|
|Kubernetes Engine Clusters||Total number of Kubernetes Engine clusters available.|
|Metric name||Name of the resource.|
|Limit||Total quotas allocated.|
|Used||Number of quotas used.|
|Available||Number of quotas available.|
|Name||Name of the Kubernetes cluster.|
|Location Name||Location of the Kubernetes cluster.|
|Status||Current status of the cluster.|
|Endpoint||IP address of this cluster's master endpoint.|
|Current Node Count||Total number of nodes currently present in the cluster.|
|User Pods Count||Total number of pods currently present in the cluster.|
By clicking over the cluster name, you will be redirected to the Google Kubernetes Engine monitoring dashboard.
|Name||Name of the Compute Engine Instance.|
|Instance ID||ID of the Compute Engine Instance.|
|Status||Status of the Compute Engine Instance.|
|Zone||Zone in which the instance is available.|
|External IP Address||External IP Address of the instance.|
|OS Platform||Operating System of the Compute Engine Instance.|
By clicking over the instance name, you will be redirected to the Google Compute Engine monitoring dashboard.
|Name||The name of the bucket in the Google Cloud instance.|
|Location||The location of the bucket.|
|Location Type||The type of location that the bucket resides in.|
|Storage Class||The storage type of the bucket.|
|Bucket Size||The size of the bucket (in GB).|
|Number of Objects||Total number of objects available in the bucket.|
By clicking over the bucket name, you will be redirected to the Google Cloud Storage monitoring dashboard.
|Name||The name of the Filestore in the Google Cloud instance.|
|Location Name||The name of the region where the instance is created.|
|Fileshare Name||The name of the file share.|
|Instance Tire||The service tier of the instance.|
|Total Storage||Total storage capacity of the Filestore instance (in TB).|
|Storage Utilization||The amount of storage utilized in the Filestore instance (in percentage).|
|Current IP Address||Current IP address of the Filestore.|
By clicking over the Filestore name, you will be redirected to the Google Cloud Filestore monitoring dashboard.