Cloud Monitoring

Much like local servers, your cloud-based data centre should be monitored to ensure services and applications critical to your enterprise are being delivered in accordance with your SLA. The cloud is often an environment where you pay only for what you use, so it’s best to keep an eye on what you’re using. Usage monitoring and service quality metrics are available from PaaS providers to help you maintain control over your costs, usage and any problems encountered.

News

IBM opens up Cloud Resiliency Centre

Sep 23, 2014 Rene Millman

Big Blue also plans centres in India and Turkey

Microsoft opens up Azure to Packer & OpenNebula

Jul 23, 2014 Rene Millman

New open source tools land on Azure

Google acquires Stackdriver to boost monitoring cloud services

May 12, 2014 Rene Millman

Startup monitors AWS workloads, but for how long?

IBM unveils Cloud Marketplace

Apr 28, 2014 Rene Millman

Full range of IBM cloud offerings now in one place

Cloud Car

Volvo trialing cloud-based car safety system

Mar 24, 2014 Rene Millman

Cloud pilot project will let car transmit road conditions to other vehicles

Advice

How to implement a BYOD policy in your workplace

Sep 2, 2014 David Cartwright

What should a CIO do to allow employees to bring their own devices to the workplace?

How to monitor your cloud implementation

Feb 7, 2014 David Cartwright

Setting up a cloud is the easy bit, but making sure it keeps running is a different matter

Rise of the (configuration) robots

Feb 4, 2014 Adrian Bridgwater

Having the right configuration tools for your cloud can cut down the complexity

Monitoring your cloud - tools to ensure optimal performance

May 2, 2013 David Cartwright

The network is an important part of cloud connectivity, so you need a range of tools to keep tabs on performance

Managing multiple clouds: how to make the process easier

Feb 1, 2013 Rene Millman

With many organisations opting for multiple clouds, how do CIOs ensure they have things under control?