How Does the Clouds Affect Energy Sector?

Cloud technology has leveraged many sectors in this new era of internet, from marketing to biotechnology and real estate. However, many who are unaware are the level of change that the energy sector has seen in lifting and using clouds. What are the benefits of the cloud for modern times in the energy sector? 1.

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The term cloud refers to a set of web-hosted applications that store and allow access to data over the Internet instead of on a computer’s hard drive. For consumers, simply using the internet to view web pages, access email accounts on services such as Gmail, and store files in Dropbox are examples of cloud computing

Benefits of Cloud Based Server Monitoring

Cloud-based server monitoring is a quick and easy service to implement, with no upfront capital costs or infrastructure to deploy. You can have full monitoring of all your critical servers set up in minutes, while still tending to your day job. If you’d like to know more, here are the top eight benefits of cloud-based

6 Reasons Cloud Monitoring Is Different Than Server Monitoring

1. Monitoring Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) Style App Hosting One of the big advantages of cloud computing is the ability to deploy your applications, and the server aspects of it are completely managed. As a developer, I love only having to worry about my application. Application deployment options like Heroku, Azure App Services, Google Cloud Engine and

Best Practices for Cloud Monitoring

Monitoring in Different Cloud Environments Cloud monitoring is easier if you operate in a private cloud for reasons we mentioned earlier (control and visibility), as you have access to the systems and software stack. Though monitoring can be more difficult in public or hybrid clouds, application performance monitoring tools (APM) give you visibility into performance

What does Cloud Monitoring mean?

Even if all or part of your infrastructure is in the cloud, you need to monitor it.Pretty much every business is using the cloud in some form these days. In fact, 93 percent of businesses say they use cloud services, and many anticipate investing in it more. According to new research, enterprises expect to spend about 26% more