WhoaLogic Premium Monitoring
While your virtual environments are set up with the required resources, it is very possible for a Cloud Server to use up too much CPU or memory. Unless the proper monitoring services are in place, it can be difficult to identify that those issues are occurring and to handle them before reaching a critical state.
WhoaLogic Premium Monitoring delivers a comprehensive level of server monitoring using a combination of network and Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) monitoring to enable customers to manage their Cloud Servers better. In addition to the features included in the Standard Monitoring Services, Advanced Server Monitoring provides customers the ability to monitor a wide range of statistics from their compute resources, operating systems and application stacks.
The WhoaLogic Monitoring Portal provides insightful reporting features such as graphing and alarms. Graphing illustrates usage over time that can help spot problems before they affect the performance of your servers, and can also be useful for capacity planning. Alarms can be configured on the customer portal to send email alerts should possible issues present themselves.
WhoaLogic Premium Plus Monitoring
WhoaLogic Premium Plus Monitoring provides advanced monitoring specific for applications running on your Cloud Server. This tier in monitoring provides you with a deeper and richer set of tools that monitor, analyze and report on the availability and performance of your websites, as well as your application servers and other cloud resources.
WhoaLogic Premium Plus Monitoring provides the following application monitoring:
- Website statistics: Monitors web services and commonly used web transactions. For IIS Server, it collects performance data including Active Server Pages, Core, and Web Server performance.
- Apache Monitoring: Monitors configuration, performance, and HTTP statistics for Apache Servers.
- Database monitoring: Maintains MS SQL query speeds and identify performance issues. Data is collected for buffer, database, memory, plan cache, query, session, and table/latch performance.
- Port monitoring: Monitors the ports your web applications rely on by checking for a response from a specific port on your server, and determining if the process that is bound to that port is running.
- Microsoft Exchange Monitoring: Monitors performance of Exchange servers. Collects data from Exchange for CAS ActiveSync, address book load, address book service, availability OWA, database, disk, and transport database and load performance.