Cloud Service

Made for all cloud strategies
independent monitoring with PRTG 

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Many companies sign up for cloud computing services in order to benefit from greater virtual server capacities.

Example: A content delivery network (CDN) is set up for an international website, enabling the website’s contents to be stored on regional servers on site. Amazon Cloud, Microsoft’s Azure Cloud, or Google Services are often chosen as CDNs.

Why does an independent cloud monitoring tool make sense in such a situation? While Amazon offers its own Cloudwatch solution, your IT department will often have separate accounts for the various services or even from a number of different providers.

With PRTG, all accounts from all services are monitored together as one. PRTG is a comprehensive cloud monitoring service using a single dashboard, which is read at a quick glance.

Software as a Service
(SaaS)

Many specialty departments require specific software for their work, software which more and more frequently is only offered as an SaaS solution. Furthermore, an increasing number of companies are switching to services such as Microsoft Office 365. And lastly, ultimately many e-mail services are also cloud solutions which are in use practically everywhere.

Why does an independent cloud monitoring tool make sense in such a situation? As with IaaS, administrators using PRTG will enjoy a comprehensive cloud monitoring service that is both easy-to-use and quick to configure according to one’s own individual needs.

PRTG has already developed suitable sensors (measuring points) for many e-mail services and other programs such as Dropbox or Google Services. These sensors are created automatically upon installing PRTG. Administrators can thus get started with a customized monitoring tool for their IT system in no time at all.

Platform as a Service
(PaaS)

There are several PaaS services which provide an environment for developers. These services can often be used without any major administrative hassles or one-time, astronomical acquisition fees. Furthermore, the services enable software developers to work more easily. It therefore comes as no surprise that more and more companies are resorting to these trendy PaaS services.

Why does an independent cloud monitoring tool make sense in such a situation? For one, development work is highly sensitive. In the event of system failures, high repair costs often result. Especially when it’s not immediately clear where the problem lies: With the PaaS service? Or maybe with a router that is not working properly? With a comprehensive monitoring service, administrators instantly have everything in check.