By cross referencing data from AWS, Azure, and Google Clouds with data from monitoring providers, CloudAware will show which servers you are NOT monitoring, and import summary data directly into the CMDB.
There are hundreds of monitoring platforms out there. What is unique about CloudAware? Our unified monitoring platform can monitor traditional infrastructure that resides in the cloud or in a physical data center as well as AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud "Appliances" where agents cannot be installed. CloudAware knows how to monitor both servers as well as Elastic Load Balancers, RDS and Redshift databases. Benefits of a unified monitoring system are obvious: smaller cost of ownership, consistent formatting of alerts and alert handling processes.
Many customers already invested heavily in their monitoring "setups" and letting them know just to get cloud compatibility is a high price to pay. CloudAware can bridge the gap between existing monitoring solutions and the world of Amazon Web Services using its CMDB module. CMDB has over API hooks into such monitoring products as New Relic, Solar Winds, DynaTrace and many more. By cross referencing data from AWS, Azure, and Google Clouds with data from monitoring providers, CloudAware can point out which servers are not monitored and also import summary data directly into the CMDB.
Deploying monitoring agents onto each server can be daunting task. Using CloudAware deployment orchestration, customers can push deploy agents on their infrastructure in days and sometimes hours. Our DevOps library already includes Puppet, Chef and Ansible modules for many popular monitoring agents.
Five Problems We Solve:
- 1Gaps in monitoring coverage.
- 2Inability to monitor AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud "appliances" with existing tools.
- 3Spending too many hours to deploy monitoring agents.
- 4Owning too many monitoring solutions.
- 5Mapping utilization and performance data to applications.