Operations consolidates all cloud environments managed by the Agility Platform into a single runtime management console with fine-grain visibility into costs, resource consumption, workload performance, and more.
IT operation groups need to have line-of-sight visibility from applications to their underlying infrastructure to provide the availability, performance, and service levels demanded by business application owners and end users. However, this end-to-end contextual view is nearly impossible to achieve using traditional operations monitoring tools in dynamic cloud-based operating environments.
Total Visibility into Your Cloud Workloads and Environments
Agility Operations greatly simplifies and makes transparent IT operations management functions across heterogeneous private and public cloud environments by consolidating a number of important monitoring, reporting and benchmarking capabilities. Agility Operations abstracts the technical and operational differences between cloud providers for uniform visibility into resource consumption, performance, costs, availability, and other metrics. Agility Operations also provides capabilities to benchmark the performance of your private and public cloud providers. You can compare cloud provider performance across different operational parameters and limits, such as average VM provisioning time, number of failed or degraded instances, max number of concurrent provisioning requests executed, and others.
Reporting: Fine Grain, Role-based, Drill-down and Roll-up
Agility Operations provides fine-grain role-based access to custom reports that can quickly drill-down or roll-up across clouds, organizations, projects, multi-tier applications, individual instances, and more. Reports can be accessed from Agility Operation’s graphical user interface or via a comprehensive API for integration with accounting/billing systems, third-party portals, existing ITOM dashboards, and other applications.
Customizable Reporting Metrics, Alerts, and Policy Enforcement Triggers
Agility Operations allows for the creation and collection of custom reporting metrics, enabling new business-relevant reports on their cloud workloads to be captured and delivered to application owners and other enterprise stakeholders. Business and IT users can also define monitoring thresholds for their cloud workloads and select alerting mechanisms, including email and SNMP, to generate custom alerts when thresholds are exceeded.