4 Best Practices for Monitoring Cloud Infrastructure You Don’t Own

Gone are the days of businesses owning their own software and hardware and keeping it all on premises in data centers. And even though cloud computing is not a new way of doing business, technology leaders are finally embracing and harnessing its potential by beginning to move non-business critical applications to the cloud.

This trend has picked up significantly in the last five years, and now, more than ever, the cloud is gaining momentum. At tech conferences, in customer meetings and in boardroom discussions, cloud storage and compute is no longer a conversation for tomorrow. It's an imperative for today. In this whitepaper, we'll examine use cases for monitoring hybrid cloud infrastructures and four best practices for ensuring delivery of applications and services in the cloud.

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