Cloud Infrastructure availability and uptime monitoring
We are thrilled to share a significant upgrade to Cloud Incidents. This feature now provides even more advanced monitoring capabilities for the availability and uptime of your cloud infrastructure. With this update, you can gather deeper insights into the performance and accessibility of your infrastructure on both Google Cloud and Amazon Web Services.
Cloud Incidents are critical events, such as outages, that may potentially affect the performance or availability of your application or services. DoiT Console normally presents these incidents in a table view, sorted by regions and services, including those that don't provide region information, like global services incidents.
Today, we're taking this a step further by incorporating a more comprehensive view of the availability of your cloud, or even multicloud, infrastructure, a feature often expected from top-tier infrastructure monitoring solutions.
The new "Cloud infrastructure availability" chart allows you to explore your overall availability over a selected period, providing insights into the entirety of your cloud infrastructure or your specific services. This easy-to-understand chart is designed to help you visually comprehend the impact of the cloud infrastructure on your overall service availability.
You can learn more about Cloud incidents in our DoiT Console Help Center.