Zenoss Announces Unified Multicloud Serverless Monitoring
October 15, 2019
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Zenoss announced the launch of multicloud serverless monitoring, which unifies the monitoring of serverless functions across the Big Three public cloud providers — Google Cloud, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure.

This gives customers the best method for easy tracking of the performance and behavior of serverless functions.

Zenoss multicloud serverless monitoring provides easy tracking of serverless function performance and behavior across multicloud environments. It includes robust analytics, including metrics such as top serverless functions by invocation count, a stack ranking of serverless functions with longest runtime durations, and serverless functions with the highest error rates. It also includes visualizations that enable customers to easily pinpoint serverless functions that are impacting business services, regardless of cloud provider. Zenoss multicloud serverless monitoring is available now to both new and existing customers as part of the standard Zenoss offering, at no additional charge.

"For modern IT organizations leveraging public cloud platforms, it is no longer just about achieving the highest performance possible — it's about optimizing performance," said Ani Gujrathi, CTO at Zenoss. "The Zenoss multicloud monitoring innovations are continuing to deliver the most precise insights across all major cloud platforms and empowering our customers to make more informed business decisions."

Zenoss Cloud is a SaaS-based intelligent application and service monitoring platform that streams and normalizes all machine data, enabling the emergence of context for preventing service disruptions in complex multicloud environments.

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