CloudHealth unveils new cloud analytics platform with InterActive Reporting
Oct 17, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
CloudHealth Technologies, a software-as-a-service software development company, has unveiled its API-driven cloud analytics platform with InterActive Reporting.
The platform called CloudHealth aggregates, correlates, and analyzes disparate data sets across multiple dimensions including; assets, costs, performance, provisioning, budgets, revenue, customers, products, and services. The data is presented in a consolidated dashboard that provides a single comprehensive view of the entire cloud ecosystem enabling enterprises and service providers to align cloud operations with business objectives, optimize costs and proactively manage performance to meet service levels for the business.
As an Amazon Technology Partner, CloudHealth provides visibility into AWS environments and allows enterprise organizations and SaaS companies to: trend, monitor and plan with InterActive cloud reporting and visualizations; plan resources accurately with reserved instance modeling; optimize performance and costs; allocate cloud costs by functional business groups; and ensure service levels for customer satisfaction.
CloudHealth analyzes instance growth trends, volume growth trends, file system usage by group, CPU trends by group, S3 growth trends, and S3 API usage over hours, days, weeks, months, and annually for more effective planning. It evaluates performance of cloud assets to determine if the correct instance types are in use by functional business groups and applications. Determine which on-demand instances can be converted to reserved instances for improved cost and performance optimization.
CloudHealth correlates performance, usage, costs and all attributes of your cloud assets so that organizations can easily search, navigate, and analyze the entire cloud environment by user defined functional business groups. It allocates cloud costs by functional business groups - reconcile cloud cost allocation by business group with your AWS bill to determine if costs are in line with business group budgets.
CloudHealth gives a 360-degree dynamic business view of cloud usage and performance including; asset/resource usage and performance (CPU / Memory / Network utilization), analysis of usage against performance targets, security group access and usage, resource availability, and application availability and performance.
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