The cloud is becoming our present and the future of IT for many businesses. As more and more apps are deployed on cloud, the need for a third party monitoring software that provides tools to monitor the performance of hosted apps on the cloud or keep watch over public clouds becomes more and more important. Below is a list of a few reputable cloud monitoring services.
Cloudkick ( acquired Rackspace) is a leading infrastructure management tool for the web-based IT, built to help meet all the demands and needs of managing infrastructure. Cloudkick helps its customers manage and monitor their servers across multiple providers from a single dashboard. Cloudkick’s products include a centralized server monitoring tool for multiple cloud server providers, as well as dynamic server management tools.
SentiNet³ is a unified application and network monitoring system capable of monitoring the entire IT infrastructure: network, systems, applications and environmental parameters. It provides a powerful analysis engine that enables interactive visualization of data in real time.
SentiNet³ monitors application at all levels for fault, performance, and configuration monitoring.
SentiNet³ does Environmental monitoring to control all the datacenter vital parameters like temperature, humidity, power energy, smoke or other collected using software or hardware probes.
Zenoss is a single, integrated product that monitors your entire IT infrastructure, wherever it is deployed – physical, virtual, or in the cloud. Zenoss manages your networks, servers, virtual devices, raid storage, and cloud deployments and provides visibility and predictability into the performance of your IT environment
Amazon CloudWatch is a web service that provides monitoring for AWS cloud resources, starting with Amazon EC2. It provides customers with visibility into resource utilization, operational performance, and overall demand patterns—including metrics such as CPU utilization, disk reads and writes, and network traffic.
Hyperic’s CloudStatus BETA is the first service to provide an independent view into the health and performance of the most popular cloud services, including Amazon Web Services and Google App Engine. CloudStatus gives users real-time reports and weekly trends on infrastructure metrics-including service availability, response time, latency, and throughput-that affect the availability and performance of cloud-hosted applications.
LogicMonitor gives you everything you need to monitor your physical and virtual infrastructure — dashboards, trending, alerting.
Monitis is a spin-off from Web portal Lycos Europe/Bertelsmann. It provides monitoring of Amazon EC2 and S3 cloud data storage systems. Monitis agents can be automatically installed on new servers to monitor performance metrics. It can generate notifications when resources are low or if a server is lost in the Amazon cloud, or if thresholds are being broken. Monitis also provides system monitoring, performance testing, and configuration management from the cloud.
The complete monitoring solution for critical public cloud infrastructure, cloud service providers, Vblock and other private clouds, as well as data centers. Nimsoft is not only the best solution for monitoring a complete cloud environment, but also provides the tools to integrate monitoring of cloud-based resources with local data center, Vblocks and private cloud monitoring.
Is available as an on demand service in the cloud or as a physical or virtual appliance, SOASTA CloudTest’s seamless integration of test design, monitoring, and reporting offers everything you need to test and deliver high quality Web applications and services at an affordable price.
Tools for deploying Java Spring and Grails applications in the Cloud. Cloud Tools is a set of tools for deploying, managing and testing Java EE applications on Amazon’s Elastic Computing Cloud (EC2) and VMware environments.
GFI MAX RemoteManagement makes it easy to monitor your clients’ servers, raid disk array, remote offices, ISP connection, bandwidth usage, and their website – simply put, you can monitor the key parts of their network infrastructure and proactively take care of your clients, keeping hardware costs to a minimum and preventing costly downtime.
Load testing allows web developers to know how their applications respond under heavy volumes of HTTP traffic. LoadStorm puts massive cloud resources in the hands of web developers to enable them to improve the performance of their web applications. Create your own test plans, and generate up to 50,000 concurrent users in realistic scenarios.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) delivers your business-critical services and InterMapper makes sure your services are continually operational and therefore cost-effective. Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) CloudWatch technology collects performance metrics for the virtual servers running in its cloud. InterMapper queries these metrics to monitor the status of an Amazon ec2 Instance.
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