Regardless of whether your application resides in a physical data center or virtualized in the private cloud, there is a good chance that critical application development or production will sometimes take place in the public cloud. But as Matt Stevens from AppNeta notes, “when you transition from a privately owned infrastructure to a hybrid model and then the public cloud, your degree of visibility and administrative control can decrease dramatically as well."
Your end users expect a seamless, positive experience no matter where your application resides. Legacy monitoring tools often aren’t able to give teams the visibility they need into infrastructures they don’t own or have full administrative control over. But you can bet that no one will be too understanding if your application goes down and you say, “we don’t have visibility into AWS where the issue seems to be coming from!”
IT teams must ensure continual operation and performance across their hybrid cloud infrastructure. That’s why end-to-end monitoring allows teams to make actionable and informed decisions based on what’s happening across their entire infrastructure in real time.
At NEXT15, SevOne’s first user conference, we gathered five panelists with expertise in this field to discuss their experiences and advice for end-to-end monitoring of hybrid cloud infrastructures. The panel is moderated by David Hegenbarth, Director of Systems Engineering Global Strategic Alliances, SevOne.
The following speakers participated in the event:
- Matt Stevens, CEO, AppNeta
- Jeff Ostermiller, Data Center Technology Solutions Architect, Cisco Systems
- Brandon Hale, Product Manager: SDN, SevOne
- Steven Cimaszewski, VP DevOps & Cloud Platform, SevOne
Watch the full discussion below to hear them discuss how the hybrid cloud evolved, why it transformed this industry, and how end-to-end monitoring is integral in the hybrid cloud.