6 Reasons Cloud Monitoring Is Different Than Server Monitoring

6 Reasons Cloud Monitoring Is Different Than Server Monitoring

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Traditional IT monitoring has revolved around monitoring the infrastructures and servers. As you move to the cloud, it is possible that you don’t have either of those things. You could deploy your app via a service like Azure App Services and rely on Azure’s hosted Redis and SQL offerings. You could literally have access to zero servers.

In the cloud, it is even more important to monitor your actual applications and not just your servers. Application performance management solutions become even more important. Your cloud provider is responsible for monitoring the infrastructure and keeping your servers online. You still need to monitor the performance of your actual applications.

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May 29, 2017 at 07:09AM

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