To get the most out of the cloud technology behind your business, you need a stable IT environment where everything runs as it should.

Unfortunately, server monitoring software can be expensive, and more often than not you don’t have the resources to monitor critical IT components 24/7. But the cost of not monitoring your environment effectively can be incredibly high if something goes wrong that could have been prevented.

Cloud Monitoring lets you monitor your entire IT environment, quickly, efficiently and proactively, so that you can focus on running your organisation at optimal performance with confidence.

Optimise performance, maintain control

A platform for communication and collaboration

Focus on business innovation

Failures or poor performance in the IT environment can have a significant impact on your business: slow response times, downtime, unavailable systems and data loss can result in financial and reputational damage. Cloud Monitoring allows you to maintain control over your entire IT environment while being able to focus on business innovation.

Maximise productivity

Cloud Monitoring gives you a single, real-time view of the critical components of your entire IT environment in a way that makes business sense. Effective monitoring helps ensure that operations keep running in a stable IT environment. You don’t have to worry about loss of productivity or damages resulting from problems in your IT environment because you can successfully mitigate any risks associated with these.

Optimise performance for business continuity

Reports and alerts enable you to optimise the performance of the environment for maximum productivity by identifying trends in usage and monitoring capacity. This means you can change resources as needed and proactively manage possible risks before they become a problem.

You can also identify changes to the environment that must be included in business continuity and disaster recovery plans.

Choose what to monitor

Each organisation is unique, and more often than not monitoring systems don’t address your specific IT environment’s diagnostic needs.

From a temperature drop in a refrigerator to slow response times on your website, Cloud Monitoring lets you control what to monitor and how to report on results. We can consult with you to determine your organisational needs and make monitoring recommendations based on these.

One monitoring system for your entire IT environment

A holistic solution, tailored to your requirements

Fast deployment, comprehensive configuration

Because it is a fully managed, hosted, and supported solution, Cloud Monitoring is quick to implement and easy to run. Deployment and configuration are automated, so even in very large environments it doesn’t take long to set up your server monitoring software.

Monitoring parameters that you determine

Cloud Monitoring detects device types and enables you to set up a profile with specific monitoring parameters for each device. These parameters are then used as a baseline against which the performance of each device is measured.

Devices include:

  • Servers
  • Virtual machines
  • Operating systems
  • Networks (LANs and WANs)
  • Printers and desktops
  • Databases
  • Processes, queues and flows
  • Applications and application performance

Monitor server performance for specific business functions

The Cloud Monitoring dashboard shows how your IT environment is performing by business function, rather than by component type, so you can quickly identify potential failures or downtime and take action to prevent any loss.

By also understanding what are users doing, when, and on which systems and applications, you can implement the right IT solutions, allocate IT resources more effectively, and identify areas of misuse or abuse.

Receive real-time alerts

Given the complexity of IT environments, there are many potential points of failure: power, hardware, networks, servers and applications, to name a few.

To help you manage potential risks and quickly address critical issues, you are able to set up a baseline for monitoring performance. If the performance of any device deviates from the baseline you have determined for that device, Cloud Monitoring will automatically alert you.

A fully managed, affordable solution

World-class monitoring at your fingertips

Affordable and efficient

Comprehensive monitoring systems can be very expensive to install and complex to run. In addition to this, they don’t always monitor all the areas you need them to monitor.

With Cloud Server Monitoring, you enjoy the benefits of a fully managed, hosted, and supported solution. You don’t have to buy a monitoring system or employ the people to run it. There are no equipment, software, consulting or training costs – simply plug into our system, and we will do the rest.

You only pay a one-off setup fee, and a monthly fee based on what is monitored.

A solution that grows with your business

As your business grows, so do the quantity and complexity of devices you need to monitor. Cloud Monitoring supports your growing business and you don’t have to make any major additional investments in IT infrastructure to keep up with demand – you simply keep paying for what you use.

Cover every inch of your monitoring environment

Are you confident that you’re monitoring the performance of all aspects of your IT environment effectively? Cloud Monitoring will work for any environment with servers, virtual machines, operating systems, networks, printers, desktops, databases, processor queues. In other words, just about anything that needs monitoring. The solution is tailored to your unique needs so it’s fully scalable to keep pace with business growth. This means you can continue to innovate and grow your business, knowing your information assets and cloud environments are constantly monitored so nothing will fall through the cracks.

Critical support

In addition to the 24/7 support that we offer, we also run a 24/7 service desk for escalating critical calls. We will deal directly with the person you selected to handle the incident on your side.

Get further Cloud insights below