Why Cloud Operations Monitoring Needs to Change

Over 94% of enterprises use the cloud in some capacity and millions of businesses rely on the cloud to complete even the most basic of tasks. Nearly half of businesses store their most sensitive data on the cloud and have business workloads run in the cloud, meaning that this tech has solidified itself in every level of nearly every business. According to recent research by Nasuni, there is over 1 exabyte of data stored in the cloud, equivalent to over a billion gigabytes of data or 50,000 trees made into paper and printed. 

As vital a technology as the cloud is, the vast majority of companies are starting to report larger gaps in visibility into their cloud infrastructure and across cloud operations. Tools to monitor cloud operations are limited at best and outdated or only meant for developers and engineers at worst. The basic tools that businesses are stuck with aren’t designed to handle the large scale and complicated cloud networks that need to be kept track of. Over 90% of large organizations use multiple cloud providers, forcing them to use separate monitoring tools for each individual service.

Learn more about the uses of the cloud and how you can clear the fog on your cloud operations here.

The Importance of Cloud Monitoring & Why It’s So Hard
Source: Live Action