The growth of hybrid cloud infrastructures is driven by benefits such as enhanced flexibility, cost optimization opportunities, and support for the agile DevOps culture. On the other hand, it is difficult to achieve visibility, accountability, and control in hybrid cloud environments, , which proves to be an obstacle in the success of hybrid clouds.
Although public cloud providers offer consoles for monitoring service availability, they cannot provide a full picture across hybrid cloud environments. Our hybrid cloud monitoring platform helps you monitor a wide array of public cloud services like AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and Oracle Cloud as well as private clouds and on-premise environments.It helps you efficiently handle the constant rate of changes in a shared hybrid cloud environment.
With Applications Manager, you can proactively monitor and troubleshoot the performance of your business applications regardless of where they are hosted - in a public cloud or private cloud or on premise. You can keep track of applications even if they move from on premises to the public cloud.
Applications Manager gives you instant visibility into the key performance indicators of services from public cloud vendors such as AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, Oracle Cloud, and OpenStack. It also gives insights into private cloud and virtualization technologies from vendors such as VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V, Red Hat OpenShift, etc. You can track the performance of each platform side by side and detect service outages, application lags, server downtime, and other bottlenecks inside and outside your cloud environment.
Applications Manager can automatically discover on-premise and cloud infrastructure instances and visualize the dependencies between tiers. This enables IT admins to correlate performance insights across diverse components and identify the root cause of performance issues.
Our hybrid cloud monitoring tool enables you to resolve issues faster and easier with the assistance of root cause analyzer, which pinpoints the source of faults accurately. Respond to critical events quickly by sending a text, email or Slack message to an administrator responsible for investigating an issue or initiating an automated process to rectify an error condition. You could even use it to auto-scale your cloud resources based on the load of the system, giving you the flexible just-in-time compute when you need it. Keep your costs down by removing resources that are sitting idle.
Automate tasks using web hooks to start external actions or to even integrate with your ITSM tools such as ServiceNow. You can also prevent unnecessary oversight by configuring baselines for acceptable performance with our fault management system.
Applications Manager's hybrid cloud monitoring tool gives you rich, actionable insights into your cloud environment by fetching the stats real time and aggregating them for historical analysis; it also employs machine learning techniques to forecast growth and usage.
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Applications Manager not only provides Hybrid cloud monitoring solutions, but also offers holistic monitoring for virtualization platforms, databases, servers - application servers, web servers, cloud apps, middleware technologies, and much more.
A hybrid cloud system is an arrangement in which an amalgam of cloud services—consisting of at least one public cloud and one private cloud—is employed. Organizations of all levels adopt hybrid cloud system as it offers numerous benefits compared to solely relying on private or public clouds.
Many cloud service providers offer cloud monitoring solutions but all of them fall short on multi and hybrid cloud monitoring. Third party tools like Applications Manager offer monitoring for cloud services from different vendors as well as on premise environments to ensure that the performance of an application which is dependent on multiple services is steady and ideal.
You can manage cloud services with the help of in-built cloud monitoring services like Cloudwatch for AWS, Stackdriver for GCP and Azure monitor for Azure. However, if you have multiple cloud services employed in your IT infrastructure, external monitoring tools like Applications Manager are ideal.
Hybrid monitoring tools offer monitoring for cloud services from different vendors as well as on-premise environments to ensure that the performance of an application which is dependent on multiple services is steady and ideal.
Dependency:The applications built on hybrid cloud are dependent on multiple clouds. The applications are impacted even if there is an issue with any one of the cloud services.
Complex architecture: Multiple cloud networking leads to increased complexity in architecture.
Shrouded visibility: The visibility into such architectures is often minimum.