I'm working for an organization with ~1000 employees and I'm exploring the two monitoring solutions for cloud services: Azure Monitor and PRTG Network Monitor.
Please share your personal experience on the pros and the cons of each product. What would be your choice and why?
Hi to all. On my view, the PRTG would be the better decisionт as external independent solution. In addition, based on my own experience, PRTG is a more flexible tool that can be quickly configured for any task
Currently we handle around 4000 devices on-prem UIM and we´re thinking about increasing the amount of discovered servers by installing a secondary SaaS hub to cover the different cloud installed servers over the internet. Has anybody done this? How complex is it? Do you recommend another solution that can integrate with UIM?
We do around 35000 devices using Saas but not with CA UIM.
We have our own developed software called Sintelligent.”
The trick is to make sure that your throughput can be handled by the
hardware your solution runs on and also provides a scalability factor for
Installing a secondary hub is quite straight forward and easy, depending on the network monitoring supplier you are using,
Most deployments have at least one additional hub. For load balancing, enterprise deployments can have several to hundreds. Secondary hubs are typically dedicated servers. They are used:
* To provide failover capability if the primary hub is unavailable.
* In enterprise deployments, to host services and management consoles, such as Unified Management Portal (UMP) and the Alarm Server (nas).
* For data collection and dispersion. In an enterprise deployment, tunnels and queues connect secondary hubs to form a hierarchy that securely transports monitoring data to the primary hub.
Contact your provider and ask them if they can create a secondary or subnet server. Feel free to message me if you need any further help..