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Top 50 Cloud Monitoring, Management Software Tools: Best of 2017?

Welcome to page 4 of 6, featuring entries 31 to 40.

31. ManageEngine: The company’s IT management tools are designed for IT professionals and MSPs. Keep an eye on potential integrations across ManageEngine and sister company Zoho, the SaaS applications giant.

32. Microsoft Cloud Monitoring: The technology giant offers numerous Azure-centric monitoring and management tools.

33. Monitis: Another application performance monitoring specialist, Monitis helps service providers deliver on promised SLAs. Once owned by GFI Software, I’m checking to see who now controls this platform.

34. NagiosThe 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).

35. Netuitive: The company’s tools allow users to monitor and manage application performance, infrastructure capacity, and AWS costs, Netuitive claims.

36. New Relic: Another hot growth company, New Relic competes in the application performance management market, and in late 2016 extended down into infrastructure monitoring. Key adopters include DevOps teams and some MSPs.

37. Oracle Application Performance Monitoring Cloud Service: Allows DevOps teams and service providers to find and fix application issues, Oracle asserts.

38. PagerDuty Cloud Monitoring: PagerDuty makes an incident management platform for DevOps, IT operations and business leaders. Over 8,000 small, mid-size and enterprise global customers leverage the platform. As of late 2016, the company had 175 partners across the development, deployment, monitoring, collaboration and service-desk stacks — including Slack, Splunk and ServiceNow.

39. Palerra Loric: Palerra’s platform combines threat detection, predictive analytics, security configuration management and automated incident response and remediation into a single management system. Oracle acquired Palerra in September 2016.

40. Prometheus: An open source service monitoring system that’s popular for Docker monitoring.

Continue to page 5 of 6 for companies 41 to 50

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9 Comments

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    DanielleITCS:

    Interesting post! Your readers might also find real user reviews for many of these solutions on IT Central Station to be helpful.

    As an example, this user writes in his review of AppDynamics APM, “Now application monitoring has become much easier. Transaction identification and locking it for monitoring is much easier now, with lots of flexibility to change things on the run.” You can read the rest of his review here: https://www.itcentralstation.com/product_reviews/appdynamics-apm-review-33270-by-utkarsh-choudhary/tzd/c296-sbc-84.

      Joe Panettieri:

      Hey Danielle: We welcome pointers for our readers, but can you disclose your relationship (if any) with IT Central Station?

      Best,
      -jp

        DanielleITCS:

        Hi Joe,

        No problem! I work for IT Central Station, but all reviews are the opinions of our user community.

        I hope this clears up any confusion.

    Joe Panettieri:

    Hey Danielle: Thanks for the disclosure. Please keep us posted as IT Central Station makes more business moves.
    -jp

    Joe [at] AfterNines [dot] com

    Todd Bernhard:

    I hope you’ll update this with CloudCheckr, where I work. We do Cost Savings AND Security & Compliance, and Billing & Invoicing for MSPs/CSPs. We support multi-cloud including AWS, Azure, Google etc.

      Joe Panettieri:

      Todd: Sorry for super-belated reply. Next edition of the list is “coming soon.”
      -jp

    Trent Waskey:

    Hey Joe,

    Netuitive is now rebranded as Metricly, we kept the same product offering though.

      Joe Panettieri:

      Trend: Thanks for heads up. We’ll make the appropriate update when we publish the next list.
      -jp

    Joe Panettieri:

    Update: We have launched our Top 50 Cloud Monitoring and Management Software Tools survey for 2018.

    • Participate here.
    • Deadline for submissions is Friday, May 4.
    • Results to be unveiled Tuesday, May 22.

    Comments on the blog above are now closed since we’re now focused on building the 2018 list. Thanks you to those who previously posted comments, and to those who are participating in the survey.
    -jp

    Joe Panettieri
    Content Czar, ChannelE2E & MSSP Alert
    Joe@AferNines.com