Real-time monitoring of IT resources is critical to ensuring the availability of systems and reducing outages and performance issues. This becomes more critical because IT infrastructures often have multiple locations for cloud deployments. In such a scenario, it is a challenge for the IT team to quickly identify and correlate problems before they affect end-users and ultimately the productivity of the organization. To overcome these challenges, NIC Cloud has launched a new service to provide Resource Monitoring (RM) capability to its users. Resource monitoring as a service enables cloud users to monitor the real-time performance of the cloud infrastructure and analyse past resource usage, performance, and outage trends to manage resources effectively and utilize them efficiently. It also provides insights for developing future strategies of expansion.
NIC’s resource monitoring service enables a cloud user to have real-time as well as historic visibility of cloud resources like VM uptime, CPU & memory usage, disk usage, network usage, and monitoring of the availability of processes and websites through remote network port monitoring. The service also provides website monitoring via URL. It also enables users to receive immediate alerts if any incident occurs.
NIC provides a dashboard to its cloud users through which users can monitor and analyse the utilization and performance of virtual machines and their resources, like RAM, CPU, storage, network, and processes, and view active alerts about them.