AOM Service helps customer to detect faults in a timely manner and monitor the running status of applications, resources, and services deployed in Docker and Kubernetes in real time.
Application Operations Management (AOM) is a one-stop, multi-dimensional O&M management platform for cloud applications. It monitors applications and related cloud resources in real time, collects and associates resource metrics, logs, and events to analyze application health status, and provides flexible alarm reporting and data visualization, helping you detect faults in a timely manner and monitor the running status of applications, resources, and services in real time.
Specifically, AOM comprehensively monitors and uniformly manages cloud servers, storage devices, networks, web containers, and applications hosted in Docker and Kubernetes, effectively preventing problems, facilitating fault locating, and reducing O&M costs. AOM also provides unified APIs for interconnecting self-developed monitoring or reporting systems. Unlike traditional monitoring systems, AOM monitors services by applications. It meets enterprises' requirements for high efficiency and fast iteration, provides effective IT support for their services, and protects and optimizes their IT assets, enabling enterprises to achieve strategic goals.
There are the following types of graphs you can use in AOM:
- Infrastructure monitoring
- Host monitoring (CPU and memory)
- Service monitoring (CPU and memory)
- Instance monitoring (CPU and memory)
- Host monitoring (disk)
- Host monitoring (network)
- Cluster monitoring (CPU and memory)
- Cluster monitoring (disk).
AOM is free of charge until March 31st 2021.
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