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4 Tips for Application Monitoring in the Cloud

Cloud applications have generally earned a strong reputation for reliable uptime. But it’s still critical to monitor your cloud-hosted systems and applications with continuous testing of availability and response time.

Netreo Celebrates a Successful Year

As December winds down, we wanted to take just a moment to reflect on the successful year we’ve had. As you can see from the news we put out recently, in 2016 we were able to build upon the success of previous years offering superior IT management and network monitoring capabilities to many new customers and once again increasing our revenue.

How We Measure Success at Netreo

Here at Netreo, we not only try to offer a compelling and valuable set of products and services to attract new customers, we do everything we can to keep those customers happy once they’ve signed up for our services.

Network Computing UK Review – OmniCenter from Netreo

Network engineers cannot ignore indications of potential network problems and yet somehow they need to be filtered, analysed, prioritised, grouped, categorised and assessed for network – therefore business – impact

Automation is vital, and OmniCenter from Netreo is devoted to this vital work.

How to monitor Azure Service Bus Topics and Subscriptions

Azure Service Bus is a critical component of Microsoft Azure cloud platform. Service Bus Topics and Subscriptions is an API messaging service that allows different applications and clients (message senders) to publish messages that are then consumed by other sets of applications and services (message receivers).

Netreo and PagerDuty – Next-gen Cloud Monitoring

With the sprawling growth of cloud-based systems and IT Infrastructure, it gets difficult for IT management to keep an eye on every service and resource deployed throughout the cloud environment.

Monitoring of Azure Virtual Networks using Netreo

Azure Virtual Networks allow cloud applications hosted on the Microsoft Azure platform to connect to internal enterprise networks through secure tunnels.  This enables hybrid-cloud scenarios, allows for utilization of premise resources alongside cloud resources and generally bridges the gap between internal data centers and cloud-based data centers.

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