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Gain complete IT control with our cloud monitoring tools

Infraon ITIM provides integrated cloud-based VMs and software that makes it tremendously easy to monitor cloud services - private and public like AWS, Google, Azure, etc., PaaS services, applications, ports, URLs, etc. Get a bird’s eye view of your end-to-end IT infrastructure with a dashboard-driven, real-time alerting system.

Key Feature

Cloud IT Infrastructure Monitoring

Get full control over your cloud ecosystem, including VMs apps, networks, servers, etc., with deep visibility into every nook and corner.

Cloud IT Event Monitoring

Use a real-time detection system to monitor IT events as they happen with automated alerting, logging, reporting, and compliance.

Cloud IT Fault & Incident Monitoring

Deploy a single cloud-based command center to monitor IT-related issues and discover, customize, or share fault and incident analysis.

Cloud API Monitoring

Improve API availability & performance by rapidly validating data before monitoring relevant trends and patterns to avoid outages.

Cloud IT SLA Monitoring

Keep track of your IT SLA lifecycles across apps, networks, and servers with a customizable engine to establish escalation/routing rules.

Cloud & URL Monitoring

Monitor key URL metrics like DNS time or response speed to increase the availability of your critical webpages.

Other Features

  • KPI Dashboards

  • Report Exports

  • Bulk Excel Import/Export

  • Scheduled Reports

  • Custom Reports

  • Custom Roles

  • Custom Alerts

  • Customizable Fields

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Cloud-based IT monitoring is the virtualized process of tracking and analyzing the end-to-end IT infrastructure of an enterprise. This includes applications, databases, servers, ports, websites, and any other part of the infrastructure that business operations are dependent on. It also involves ensuring that relevant teams have access to cloud-based tools to achieve 24x7 IT monitoring.

Cloud monitoring solutions empower enterprises to gain control of their complete IT infrastructure – getting a 360-degree view into everything that needs to be monitored and measured. No matter their size, enterprises can identify mission-critical IT metrics that affect business performance. Since it is delivered as a single solution offering, they can also consolidate large volumes of data from disparate sources and provide a golden record of meaningful performance insights.

Some of the advantages of cloud-based IT monitoring solutions like Infraon ITIM are:

Remote IT Management: Cloud-driven IT monitoring tools enable remote 24x7x365 management of IT infrastructure like apps, servers, ports, and websites to ensure agile business continuity.

Quick Deployment & Integration: Cloud IT monitoring is a ready-to-deploy solution that comes equipped with pre-built workflows, accelerators, and rules to get started as soon as possible.

Easy to Maintain: An effective cloud IT monitoring system comes without additional maintenance tasks or overheads as the vendor takes ownership of it.

Scalability & Reliability: Cloud-based tools ensure that enterprises can reliably scale up monitoring efforts based on the pace of business growth without experiencing unforeseen outages.It includes monitoring both private and public cloud, such as AWS, Azure, Google, to name a few.

Some of these cloud-driven features include IT Infrastructure Monitoring, Event Monitoring, Port Monitoring, Problem Monitoring, Fault Monitoring, Incident Monitoring, Request Monitoring, Change Monitoring, API Monitoring, SLA Monitoring, Website & URL Monitoring, etc.

Is there an integrated incident/fault management system to avoid using multiple tools?

Does it have inbuilt policies to guarantee data security, compliance, and governance?

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Does it come with complicated contracts and SLAs that may lead to vendor lock-in?