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With Exoprise CloudReady® performance monitoring you can leverage the power of the crowd to monitor the health and performance of all your cloud-based apps and services. Real-time synthetic monitoring and network path diagnostics give you insight into the end-to-end service delivery chain between you and your cloud providers, and crowd data analytics give you the comparative data needed to quickly identify and resolve the root causes of performance and availability issues, and verify service level attainment.

Communication and Collaboration

Let’s face it. For many organizations today, email, VoIP, and online collaboration are essential IT “utility” services. If they’re down, there is an immediate negative impact on individual and organizational productivity. When problems occur, every minute counts, which is why CloudReady provides robust Web and API monitoring for Microsoft Office 365 and Google Apps services. No more “chasing ghosts” or guessing what’s affecting app performance.

Exchange Online

Exchange Online

CloudReady Outlook Web App Sensor

Outlook Web App

SharePoint & SharePoint Online

SharePoint & SharePoint Online

Skype For Business & Lync

Skype for Business & Lync

Office 365 Admin Portal

Office 365 Admin Portal

Exchange & Hosted Exchange

Exchange & Hosted Exchange

Google Apps For Work

Google Apps for Work

IMAP Mail

IMAP Mail

Application Services Monitoring

Communication & collaboration apps aren’t the only cloud services your business depends on. Cloud-based CRM, marketing automation, development and finance tools are quickly becoming the gold standard used by the world’s largest organizations. When these apps are slow or unavailable, your sales & marketing, dev, and finance teams will be calling and hovering over your desk. You don’t want that. Luckily, CloudReady has pre-trained sensors for some of the most popular SaaS apps. Don’t see what you need? More sensors are being added every day, and you can monitor many browser-based apps using our Login sensor.

Assembla

Assembla

Concur

Concur

Docusign

DocuSign

GitHub

GitHub

Marketo

Marketo

Salesforce.com

Salesforce.com

ServiceNow

ServiceNow

Workday

Workday

Cloud Document Storage

Is your IT team struggling to manage the “Dropbox effect?” Resistance to cloud-based document storage may be futile, but the good news is that there are a number of enterprise ready solutions on the market today. Like cloud based collaboration & communication services, reliable access and performance of storage services becomes essential to users who store their files in the cloud. With CloudReady you’ll be able to make sure your users aren’t cut off from their docs in the cloud.

Box

Box

Dropbox

Dropbox

Google Drive

Google Drive

OneDrive

OneDrive

ADFS & Single Sign-On Monitoring

Single sign-on (SSO) solutions enable you to tie multiple vendor solutions together so users and IT only need to manage a single set of credentials, which is especially important for SaaS apps. Because these solutions are the users’ “keys” to their apps, ensuring they are online and responsive is key to your success in the cloud. Whether you use Microsoft’s Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) or another SSO solution, CloudReady gives you the insight and real-time alerting you need to keep this critical component online.

ADFS & Azure AD

ADFS & Azure AD

Okta

Okta

OneLogin

OneLogin

Ping Identity

PingOne

IaaS Availability & Bandwidth Monitoring

If you are hosting apps or using platform services on Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure you need to do more than simply log into their status dashboards to monitor the experience your users have using these apps and services. The VMs may be healthy but what about the connection between your users and your IaaS provider? CloudReady bandwidth sensors give insight into the health of your connection to the cloud.

Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services

Azure

Azure

Rackspace

Rackspace

SoftLayer

SoftLayer

Cloud & Network Infrastructure Monitoring

Our cloud and network health sensors enable you to monitor the availability and performance of virtually any web-based application or service, getting end-to-end network path performance insight along with crowd performance baseline data, so you can quickly pinpoint problems to your network, your ISP, or the app provider.

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Active Directory

Active Directory is core to Microsoft-centric enterprise networks. If you are using a single sign-on solution to manage identity and access for your cloud apps, AD plays a critical role in the availability and performance of your cloud as well. With our AD sensors you can view and correlate AD performance metrics with your cloud app metrics within a single pane of glass.

WebLogin Sensor

Web Apps

Our Web Login sensors test the availability and responsiveness of virtually any browser based web application or service. Easy to deploy with no training required, but with a rich view into end-to-end network and application server health and performance.

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Web Sites

Have internal or external websites that are mission critical to your business? Our Web Monitor makes it easy to get the same end-to-end service health visibility as our other sensors for virtually any website.

DNS Sensor

Domain Name System (DNS)

Your users can’t use apps and services they can’t navigate to. Monitoring and troubleshooting DNS entries across your organization can be challenging, but our DNS Sensors make continuous monitoring of multiple DNS entries across multiple locations easy to set-up and manage.

Ping Sensor

Server Availability

Our Ping Sensors allow you to continuously test and compare response times from up to 5 servers (per sensor). Whether you are testing multiple servers in a web server farm or comparing responses between your sites and major public web sites these sensors give you real-time metrics with historical trend data.

WGET Sensor

Web Site Availability

Like our Ping and DNS sensors, our Wget Sensors allow you to continuously test and compare response times from up to 5 websites (per sensor). The main difference between the Wget and Ping sensors are the protocol used. The Ping Sensor uses an ICMP message to contact the target servers while the Wget sensor uses FTP/HTTP/HTTPS to contact and download a web page.

Don’t See What You Need?

We’re constantly building new sensors to cover the most popular cloud apps and services. Check back soon to see the expanded list, or contact us to find-out how to monitor your cloud apps with CloudReady!

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