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8 Benefits of Cloud Monitoring - Sophia Belnap - Blog

8 Benefits of Cloud Monitoring

Everybody is talking about the cloud and what it can do for businesses. The truth is that it can do a lot. One popular aspect is cloud-based monitoring. This type of monitoring allows you to review your operational workflow and manage it as needed, all within a cloud-based infrastructure. It uses automated monitoring software and provides a wide range of benefits for businesses of all sizes.

  1. Cloud-Based Monitoring Provides Easy Access To Information

All you need to use cloud monitoring is a browser, the server's URL, and a username and password. Because you don't need any special equipment, cloud systems are accessible from any device and operating system. To make it even easier, it's possible to use a single framework for all of the properties that a company has around the globe.  

  1. Cloud-Based Monitoring Is Easy To Set Up

Because cloud-based monitoring already has the infrastructure in place, it's a breeze to set up. There are pre-configured setups that make the process easy even if you're new to the cloud. Because there is no need to install software or hardware, setting up your monitoring system can be done in just a few minutes.

  1. Cloud-Based Monitoring Tools Are Proactive

The cloud works with monitoring tools that are able to identify problems such as functionality issues or cybersecurity threats before they do any damage. They can then resolve them or alert you to anything that you need to handle. This ensures that your business continues to run smoothly and your customers continue to be impressed with your service. 

  1. Cloud-Based Monitoring Is Scalable

When you use cloud-based monitoring, it easily grows along with your business. As your network infrastructure grows, you can provision more licensing on demand. Add more servers or more workstations as needed. Is your business downsizing? That's ok, too. Cloud-based monitoring can also scale down as needed. This means you can always be sure that you have what you need but that you aren't paying more than you need to. 

  1. Cloud-Based Monitoring Works in Real-Time

Cloud-based monitoring solutions provide minute-by-minute reports, which means that you can always track your KPIs in real-time. As an added bonus, since you can access the information from any device that has internet access, you can monitor your system whether you're in the office, at home, or anywhere else in the world.

  1. Cloud-Based Monitoring Is Easy To Maintain

There is no additional maintenance necessary when you use cloud-based monitoring. This is because the host company that is providing your cloud service is responsible for all maintenance. You don't have to worry about hardware, new operating systems, software, or keeping up with new updates. When someone else is handling the maintenance, you are free to focus on other areas of your business with worry.

  1. Cloud-Based Monitoring Has Less Downtime

Cloud solutions are virtually disaster-proof since they don't rely on any of your personal hardware or software. Your monitoring resources are not physically in your office, so they won't be susceptible to power outages or anything else that you may experience. This means that your system will be up even if other parts of your business are at a standstill. Your system will have less downtime which creates a better experience for your customers. 

  1. Cloud-Based Monitoring Is Cost-Effective

Companies that provide cloud-based monitoring do so on a subscription basis. This means that your business won't need to spend a lot of money upfront to set up your monitoring services. Rather you'll pay an affordable monthly price and have the option of upgrading or downgrading your service as needed. You will also save money on maintenance since the host company is responsible for maintaining the cloud servers. 

Cloud-based monitoring is essential for any forward-thinking business, and with benefits like ease of maintenance and cost savings, what's not to love? If you haven't already started switching your business to the cloud, now is the time to make the most of this digital technology.

Publish Date: April 14, 2022 5:46 PM

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