Ownership of application and cloud architecture is constantly shifting and is becoming a shared responsibility of business, operations, developers, architects, and security. If you don’t guide the process of cloud consumption within your organization, you’ll end up with a disjointed multi-cloud. In other words: many different disconnected islands, each with incomplete, badly implemented, unaudited security and compliance standards.
Imagine you are migrating applications from on-premises to the cloud, and maybe even refactoring applications and functionality into cloud-native microservices. How do you keep tabs on performance, key operational telemetry and business metrics when many parts of the metaphorical moving train are changed and replaced? Joep Piscaer looks at what NETSCOUT offers to provide end-to-end visibility across the cloud and on-prem.
No matter if your applications run on-prem or in the cloud; no matter if it’s a microservice or monolith; no matter if it runs physical, virtual or containerized – customer satisfaction is key for businesses. In this piece, Joep Piscaer looks at how tools like NETSCOUT’s vSTREAM can help gather the telemetry data needed to provide visibility into IT systems, and ultimately keep customers happy.
This is post 2 of 2 in the series “Migrating to the Cloud with Sureline Systems” When selecting workloads to migrate to the cloud, it’s important to consider a few architectural decisions and take some common pitfalls into account, since the on-prem datacenter and public cloud services can vary widly in how they work and […]