Top 50 Cloud Monitoring, Management Tools: Which Are Best?
31. Nagios: The well-known provider of IT monitoring and management tools also has cloud monitoring capabilities for AWS, EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) and S3 (Simple Storage Service).
32. Netuitive: An aspiring provider of so-called “adaptive” monitoring, the service can oversee everything from AWS to real user monitoring (RUM) from end-user browsers.
34. OPNet: Acquired by Riverbed in 2012. Check out the R-R-R area for more details about the toolset, now part of Riverbed SteelCentral.
35. Oracle Application Performance Monitoring Cloud Service: Allows DevOps teams and service providers to find and fix application issues, Oracle asserts.
36. PagerDuty Cloud Monitoring: The platform allows service providers to comb through data from monitoring systems. The result? Support pros spot issues before they cause things to break, and handle critical incidents efficiently, the company claims.
37. Palerra Loric: Combines threat detection, predictive analytics, security configuration management and automated incident response and remediation into a single management platform.
38. Prometheus: An open source service monitoring system that’s increasingly popular for Docker monitoring.
39. Rackspace Cloud Monitoring: This was built upon Rackspace’s 2010 buyout of CloudKick. More recently, Rackspace has introduced cloud monitoring services for third-party clouds like Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.
40. RedGate SQL Monitor: Ninety-one percent of Fortune 100 companies use RedGate’s software. SQL Monitor, for proactively managing databases on-premises or in the cloud, is part of the product family.