The path to Multi-Cloud & Monitoring
Multi-Cloud is more than a buzzword in today's transformation world. More and more Enterprise organizations employ this multi-cloud strategy for a variety of reasons, including:
- Growing cloud bills with a cloud provider as the enterprise organization's business grows and so does their reliance on the cloud provider.
- Developing or testing short term projects may have different price points with the different cloud providers.
- Backup and Disaster Recovery of mission-critical data to a different cloud provider.
- Multiple Cloud Providers through mergers or acquisitions.
- Take advantage of the cloud providers unique strengths, like Microsoft SQL Server in the case of Azure, or AI based Data Analytics for Google Cloud Platform.
- Not get locked-in to a single vendor due to internal policies or avoid failures with a single vendor (Yes..it does happen with Public Cloud providers too!)
With this multi-cloud, approach organizations are either restoring applications in the cloud or moving applications between clouds. To manage this efficiently, it is important to have a single pane of glass across the multiple cloud providers and your on-premise deployment. With this visibility not only can you troubleshoot your application issues, but have full visibility into the dependencies for the applications as you plan to move them across the different cloud providers.
Uila: Seamless Single pane of Glass to Monitor & Optimize your Multi-Cloud Operations
- Single pane of glass to monitor performance, capacity and resource allotments, security across all VMware, Microsft Hyper-v based environments, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) deployments.
- Full visibility into resource usage across multiple clouds to improve effeciencies and reduce current and future expenses
- Proactively alert cloud engineering teams to service degradation issues from the user's perspective before any business impact across multiple clouds. Easily identify which service failed, which cloud provider was at fault, what needs to be re-architected.
- Simplify your Application Performance Monitoring and Reduce MTTR for outages and performance issues with Unified Multi-Cloud Monitoring.
Uila: Visualize Workload Dependencies across the Cloud Platforms
- In-depth understanding of the applications or workloads or cloud components, external devices and their interdependencies, across Private, multiple Public Clouds (AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform) and the Internet. This deep insight helps in workload migrations across multiple cloud providers.
- No manual updates or interventions needed to build the Dependency mapping. Install Uila, and we will build the maps automatically and auto-update as we discover new resources or dependencies.
- View each application service performance by its response time and transaction load on the associated VMs or Instances.
- Pinpoint resource or cloud provider bottlenecks for poor performance of workloads spanning multiple clouds.
- Group application and cloud component topology by Cloud Providers.
- Overcome poor documentation practices or knowledge transfer of dependencies due to employee turnover.
Uila: Right-size your Cloud resource
- Visualize under-provisioned (leading to application performance issues) and overprovisioned cloud assets (poor cloud investment management...money left on the table) across multiple cloud providers. This will help you manage your future strategy in managing your costs across cloud providers.
- Visualize Instance performance and utilization for a variety of resources including CPU, Memory, Storage, Network Performance, and more.
- Get accurate right-sizing (downgrading) recommendations on over-provisioned scenarios for your cloud resources.
- Visualize zombie or unused cloud components with Uila's Change Control monitoring capability.
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