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2014-08-06T11:03:00Z
Avigail Sugarman - PeerSpot reviewer
Community Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
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What is the best Monitoring and Alerting Tool for applications hosted in cloud?

What is the best Monitoring and Alerting Tool for applications hosted in cloud?

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ICT Consultant at Intesa Sanpaolo
Consultant
2014-08-08T10:21:42Z
08 August 14

I suggest using Nagios or Zabbix, but the question is a little bit generic.
Which kind of application? Which kind of monitoring?

Every solution can be tailored and there's no "one solution"...

Regards
L.

SB
Pre-Sales / Technical Account Manager at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
Real User
2014-08-06T17:38:02Z
06 August 14

Hi,

Try GFI MAX RemoteManagement

Overview: http://www.gfimax.com/remote-management

Features: http://www.gfimax.com/remote-management/features

Benefits: http://www.gfimax.com/remote-management/benefits

PeerSpot user
IT Manager at a financial services firm with 51-200 employees
Vendor
2014-08-06T13:27:13Z
06 August 14

Zabbix

PeerSpot user
Consultant at BMC Software
Vendor
2014-08-06T11:14:47Z
06 August 14

Entuity

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