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Monitoring Multi-cloud Infrastructures

Learn how to monitor public and hybrid cloud environments with pre-deployed Cloud Agents in AWS, GCP, Azure, IBM and Alibaba Cloud, as well as deploy Enterprise Agents in your own VPCs.

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Enabling Multi-cloud Monitoring

Enterprises are adopting multi-cloud strategies to reduce vendor lock-in and access best of breed services from cloud providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Microsoft Azure, IBM Cloud and Alibaba Cloud. The proliferation of modular application architectures has resulted in a complex matrix of inter-service communication across infrastructures and networks that enterprises do not own or control. Much of this communication traverses the Internet, which has evolved into a mission-critical transport for enterprises.

Traditional monitoring tools that rely on packet capture, flow, SNMP and log data flatline outside the perimeter of an enterprise and can’t provide insight into connectivity to, from and within public cloud services, thereby creating a visibility blind spot in multi-cloud deployments. Provider-specific cloud monitoring tools and software can’t help you understand connectivity from users and communications across multi-cloud deployments. This lack of visibility puts enterprises at risk of delivering poor digital experiences that adversely impact revenue, brand reputation and employee productivity.


Multi-cloud Monitoring with ThousandEyes

With ThousandEyes multi-cloud monitoring, businesses gain immediate and comprehensive visibility into every service delivery path in a multi-cloud environment, allowing them to overcome the complex operational challenges of multi-cloud deployments, accelerate cloud adoption and deliver superior digital experiences.

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Get Network Monitoring Visibility Across All Your Cloud Deployments

ThousandEyes supports enterprises’ modern cloud strategies by satisfying their multi-cloud monitoring needs, including the ability to measure and visualize application and network-layer performance between their hybrid cloud, private cloud and public cloud services. With our pre-provisioned cloud-based monitoring service vantage points in 15 AWS regions, 15 GCP regions, 19 Alibaba Cloud regions and 25 Microsoft Azure regions, enterprises can use hybrid cloud monitoring to view multi-cloud network performance across multiple cloud providers. In addition to the pre-provisioned Cloud Agents, additional benefits allow enterprises to deploy lightweight Enterprise Agents in their own VPCs, data centers and branches for gathering metrics about hybrid cloud and private cloud environments. This enables a data-driven approach from planning to deployment and operations stages of your cloud adoption journey and multi-cloud strategy. ThousandEyes provides secure, immediate visibility into application delivery, network behavior and inter-service dependencies, and their impact on digital experience.

Why ThousandEyes?

Optimize Cloud Adoption

Cloud Agents in AWS, GCP, Azure, IBM and Alibaba Cloud provide instant insights into multi-cloud network and application performance.

Deliver Superior Digital Experiences

Uncover hidden dependencies and gain visual intelligence on external services, such as API gateways from multi-cloud infrastructures.

Streamline IT Operations

Share cloud monitoring dashboards, metrics and visualizations with internal and external stakeholders to collaborate, prove innocence and solve problems faster.

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