According to Gartner, cloud spending is estimated to reach $383 billion by 2020. While cloud services (SaaS, IaaS, PaaS, etc.) and cloud providers (Azure, AWS, Google Cloud, etc.) have opened new opportunities, they bring new challenges for IT organizations. The traditional role of IT and monitoring needs to evolve to meet the changing needs of a cloud-first world.
This guide shares how digital experience monitoring can be used to achieve visibility into cloud performance from the end user perspective and ensure their experience is not negatively affected.
This cloud performance management guide covers:
- Definition of "cloud performance" and the "State of the Cloud"
- How to develop a cloud performance monitoring strategy, including CDN, DNS, and API monitoring
- Tips for SLA management
- Scope of critical cloud performance management capabilities