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Cloud monitoring

Get full-fidelity visibility into every cloud and every service across your entire tech stack with real-time metrics monitoring and alerts.


Complex environments limit performance visibility

As today’s IT environments get more complicated and cloud-based, it becomes more difficult to identify and resolve issues rapidly. More tools add more complexity. Teams are increasingly frustrated. Customer experiences are impacted by outages. Opportunities to innovate go untapped.


Find, fix and prevent issues in seconds

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See everything clearly

Get full visibility into your cloud infrastructure and services with instant dashboard visualization.

Cut production downtime Cut production downtime

Cut production downtime

Proactively detect, alert and fix issues as soon as they arise — before it impacts service reliability.

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Accelerate new use cases

Future-proof your investment with an enterprise grade solution that grows with your organization.

Get immediate, high-resolution visibility

Start real-time metrics monitoring across your tech stack in minutes. Tap into 250+ out-of-the-box integrations, customizable auto-detectors and pre-built dashboards. Surface custom metrics with a fast pivot to related content and contextual insights.

Resolve service outages quickly

Receive actionable alerts in seconds with accurate outlier detection to reduce noise. Seamlessly correlate and analyze all data types for no dead end investigations. With real-time, AI-powered analytics, direct your troubleshooting for rapid MTTR.

Massively scale without fail

Auto-instrument data just once with OpenTelemetry standards and retain control of your data. With a purpose-built real time streaming architecture, ingest all data from any source at any scale, to concurrently process metric times series on-demand.


Turn data into doing

Use data from across all of your environments to unlock innovation, enhance security and drive resilience.


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Learn more about cloud monitoring

Cloud monitoring is the practice of monitoring cloud-based systems and workloads, similarly to how traditional IT monitoring handles on-premises environments. Acknowledging and addressing service issues and failures is only the beginning. Cloud monitoring is about intelligently predicting problems in advance and, increasingly, automating a response to remedy these problems before users are impacted.

As organizations adopt multicloud approaches, IT managers must implement tools and systems that allow full-stack visibility into the complexity. Integrating cloud monitoring can dramatically improve operations in everything from simple service availability to high performance and overall profitability of the business.

Cloud monitoring can encompass a variety of areas, often defined as observational, analysis or engagement. Concepts that are essential to cloud monitoring overlap with other disciplines, including IT operations management (ITOM), security information and event management (SIEM), security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR), operational intelligence (OI) and many others.

Monitoring and observability are distinct, yet related, concepts. Monitoring is an action you perform to increase the observability of your system. Observability, an evolution of monitoring, enables measuring the behavior and service performance of hybrid cloud workloads.

Cloud monitoring provides information that allows IT to act. For example, cloud monitoring tools can highlight workloads that are having an impact on other operations, positively or negatively, and help organizations right-size workloads according to goals, resources and budget. Good cloud monitoring provides insights and highlights opportunities.

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