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What’s your network doing right now? Where is traffic flowing to, and where’s it coming from? Are there bottlenecks you don’t know about? Where’s the next problem going to be?
What kind of questions do you ask when you look at infrastructure monitoring tools? You probably start with some of the more important ones:
- Does this tool monitor the devices I have on my network?
The cloud offers unparalleled flexibility. However, that flexibility comes at a cost. The amount of moving pieces increases. The environment becomes more heterogeneous. So, if you want to stay on top of things, you need a more comprehensive view of your cloud infrastructure.
Let’s say that you’re a real estate investor with lots of buildings in your portfolio. But you choose not to employ a caretaker when you fully know that you aren’t always available to monitor every building.
Companies are increasingly adopting cloud services. They’re cost-efficient, scalable, and give you time to market by getting your ideas out there as quickly as possible.
How do you monitor your network? There are a myriad of technologies and tools out there, each providing different benefits and challenges. Today we are going to focus on one specific area, Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Traps.
Netreo SaaS delivers a single solution for simplifying how IT organizations optimize today’s hybrid blend of on-premises, public and private clouds that are common in complex, global enterprise infrastructures.
Digital transformation is causing the IT ecosphere to evolve, and the evolution is being accelerated by competitive necessity. Enterprises are using digital technology to increase revenue and lower costs.
With the rapid pace of change in applications and the infrastructure they run on, it’s more important now than ever to monitor what’s happening. Using an application performance monitoring (APM) tool can help provide the necessary visibility and insight you need for proactive and reactive problem resolution.