Hybrid cloud network monitoring
Achieve application-centric observability in hybrid cloud environments with IBM SevOne Network Performance Management
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Hybrid cloud insights at your fingertips

Many modern businesses are transferring their workloads to the public cloud while embracing hybrid cloud architecture that incorporates on-premises and cloud resources designed to handle various aspects of an application or service. Building an effective network monitoring strategy to ensure the performance of private and public cloud resources is essential.

IBM® SevOne® Network Performance Management (NPM) provides application-centric observability in hybrid cloud environments so that businesses can maintain optimal performance across their entire infrastructure, whether on-premises or in the cloud.

See a 70% reduction in data access cost by using metric streams from AWS CloudWatch for time series data.

What you can do

Gain hybrid cloud visibility Close the public cloud visibility gap and gain a comprehensive understanding of end-to-end network performance across your entire infrastructure, whether on-premises or in the cloud, all from a single dashboard.

Streamline troubleshooting workflows Integrate operations across cloud ops and netops for a comprehensive view of resources with shareable, customized, and pre-built reporting on day one. By consolidating tools and simplifying workflows into one dashboard, teams reduce MTTR/MTTD, realize cost savings and achieve more efficient operations.
Support the journey to cloud Report on how cloud migration is going and compare on-premises performance to cloud services providers, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS). Clients can explore cloud performance data enriched with metadata, enabling analysis and visualization filtered by account, region and more.

Proactively address network issues Leverage default machine learning analytics and visualization to aid in troubleshooting, anomaly detection and forecasting. Allows for proactive identification and troubleshooting of issues before they impact end-users.  

Improve your historical view Extend your data storage, SevOne NPM offer the ability to store metrics for one year or more, clients can gain a better historical view for troubleshooting, compliance use cases and more. 

Hybrid cloud value on day one Enhance AWS resource monitoring

Gain visibility into your entire AWS Cloud Infrastructure in CloudWatch enriched with metadata, filter on account or region, and see into each resource while leveraging metric streams reducing cost.

Optimize dashboards and out-of-the-box reporting

Use day-one dashboards and OOTB reporting to spot performance issues, discover what's causing an uptick in cost, and troubleshoot connectivity between different resources in hybrid environments.

Customize powerful visualizations

Customize reporting with hybrid cloud environments and powerful visualization capabilities to quickly spot performance issues, project baselines and create reports determining the worst offenders.

Improve onboarding workflow

Set up the AWS integration with a simplified onboarding interface, automation templates to spin up the required AWS resources and detailed onboarding guides.

Reduce costs with metric streams

Use metric streams from AWS CloudWatch for time series data and collecting data at scale at a 70% lower cost from AWS compared to other solutions in the market.

 Boost performance through analytics

Leverage AWS-based performance data and use IBM SevOne’s powerful alerting capability to create automation and incident response workflows across Hybrid Cloud Environments.

Monitor cloud resources with IBM SevOne NPM EC2 instances

EC2, or Elastic Compute Cloud, is an AWS web service that provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud. EC2 is a fundamental building block of AWS and allows users to efficiently and cost-effectively run their applications and workloads in the cloud.

S3 buckets

Amazon S3, or Simple Storage Service, is an object storage service offered by AWS that provides highly scalable and secure storage for a wide range of data types and use cases.

Transit Gateways

AWS Transit Gateway is a fully managed service that enables customers to connect their Amazon Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs) and on-premises networks to a single gateway. 

Direct Connect

AWS Direct Connect is a network service that provides dedicated and private connectivity between a customer’s on-premises infrastructure and AWS.

NAT Gateways

A network address translation (NAT) gateway is a highly available, managed AWS service that enables resources in a private subnet to access the internet or other AWS services but prevents inbound traffic from the internet. 

AWS Site-to-Site VPNs

Site-to-site VPNs in AWS are used to establish secure connections between on-premises networks and VPCs in the AWS cloud. Gain insights on how your site-to-site VPNs in AWS are performing.

Elastic Block Store

Elastic Block Store (EBS) is a block storage offered by AWS for use with EC2 instances. Get metrics like burst balance, read/write Ops and volume queue length to monitor the performance of block storage.  

Network Load Balancers

Network Load Balancers (NLB) are a type of load balancing service that can distribute incoming traffic to multiple targets like EC2 instances, lambda functions, containers and more within a VPC. Granular metrics like active flow count broken down by TCP, TLS and UDP and packets per second give deep insights into load balancing service performance.

See how IBM SevOne Network Performance Management can help

Be a network hero, enhance continuous network performance.

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