Cloud & Docker Monitoring

Cloud Monitoring

The ZIS system solution provides a comprehensive overview of the cloud infrastructure. The new ZIS Web Connector monitors the private, public and hybrid cloud of the respective cloud provider.

This allows the performance and availability data of the cloud services to be monitored efficiently and automatically. Therefore a comprehensive monitoring of your various cloud providers and the inclusion of the availability and performance of your IT and business services is provided. The monitored metrics are based on the respective web service API of the cloud provider. Secure communication with the cloud provider via a DMZ is guaranteed.

Key Facts
  • Webservice APIs per cloud provider
  • Long-term archiving of performance and availability data
  • Inclusion of cloud services in the service (level) calculation
  • Measurement of performance data and availability of cloud applications
  • Analysis of resource utilization and performance of virtual environments
  • Check of the available cloud storage
  • Numerous key figures: Number of users for the respective application (eg Office 365), Data In / Data Out, Usage Time, Usage Volume, etc.

LeuTek Cloud Monitoring

Cloud and Docker Monitoring

Docker Monitoring

The ZIS solution provides you an automatic monitoring system of your docker environment.

In the Docker environment it is elementary to recognize if sufficient containers have been started in a defined docker service. This information is provided automatically by the ZIS system in conjunction with the ZIS agent and informs when the resources of the service come to the defined thresholds.

A special ZIS Agent monitors the installed containers on a docker node. It monitors the performance, the events and the log files of the containers. Newly added containers are automatically monitored. If the Docker-Swarm is extended by further Docker-Nodes, this Docker-Node including the installed container is automatically monitored.

The following metrics are monitored with the ZIS system:

  • CPU
  • Memory
  • Memory consumption of a container
  • DISK I / O
  • Network I / O
  • Events from Docker Container
  • Services (number of defined containers / number of existing containers)
  • Etc.