A growing set of services that allow customers to more easily track their cloud usage
Gain the flexibility you need to deploy several versions of your code simultaneously
Repeatable Deployment Process
By creating configuration files which define the resources, the process of creating those resources can be repeated over and over with consistent results.
Focus on the Application
You can focus on the set of resources which comprise the application or service instead of deploying each resource separately.
We can deploy many resources at one time, in parallel.
A declarative approach allows you to specify what the configuration should be and let our system figure out the steps to take.
Templates allow the use of building blocks to create abstractions or sets of resources that are typically deployed together (e.g. an instance template, instance group, and auto-scaler)
One resource definition can reference another resource creating dependencies and controlling the order of resource creation
Logging allows you to store, search, analyze, monitor, and alert on log data and events
Tail & Search
React & Analyze
Text log files
Routers & firewalls
How it Works
The term cloud refers to a set of web-hosted applications that store and allow access to data over the Internet instead of on a computer’s hard drive.
Cloud monitoring works through a set of tools that supervise the servers, resources and running the applications. These tools generally come from two sources:
In-house tools from the cloud provider
This is a simple option because the tools are part of the service. There is no installation, and integration is seamless.
Tools from independent SaaS provider
Although the SaaS provider may be different from the cloud service provider, that doesn’t mean the two services don’t work seamlessly. These providers also have expertise in managing performance and costs.
We define the monitoring of all resources in the IT infrastructure to ensure they are available to cater to the requirements of your organization and its users.
Interface monitoring involves monitoring the interfaces on a device for errors, packet loss, discards, utilization limits, etc. The information from interface monitoring will help identify possible network issues that are the cause of poor application or service performance.
Data or information is one of the most important resources for an organization. Organizations need data for business planning, as well as its smooth functioning.
The hardware forms the backbone of the entire IT infrastructure. If a hardware critical to the day to day operations of the network goes down, that also will lead to network downtime
Baseline network behavior
We are able to identify potential problems even before users start complaining, by being aware of what is normal in the network.
Reports at every layer
When a data connection fails, the failure can happen at any one of the layers or even at multiple points. Using a monitoring system that supports multiple technologies to monitor at all layers, as well as different types of devices in the network would make problem detection and troubleshooting easier.
Flexible and extensible service
Debug Tool is an interactive source-level tool for compiled applications in a variety of development environments.
What is Debugging?
Debugging, in computer programming and engineering, is a multistep process that involves identifying a problem, isolating the source of the problem, and then either correcting the problem or determining a way to work around it.
The final step of debugging is to test the correction or workaround and make sure it works.