Monitoring as a Service

What is Monitoring as a Service

CloudFlex Monitoring as a Service enables businesses to monitor and analyze all systems, network traffic, and applications around the clock, 24/7. Proactive monitoring ensures business continuity for mission-critical applications, faster disaster recovery, and easier capacity planning. The core strategy of CloudFlex Monitoring as a Service is to detect potential issues in your system as quickly as possible, respond swiftly, and resolve them without affecting end-users.


Monitoring as a Service in the Cloud (MaaS) is a concept that combines the advantages of cloud computing technology with traditional on-premises IT infrastructure monitoring solutions. MaaS is a new deployment model suitable for organizations that want to quickly adopt monitoring with minimal investment.

Services Provided with CloudFlex Monitoring as a Service (MaaS):

The CloudFlex Cloud Technologies team analyzes the systems and infrastructure of our customers to determine the most suitable monitoring tools for their operational systems. We configure and set up these tools through our engineering team to monitor the performance of all technology infrastructure and services, including hardware components like CPU, RAM, hard disks, and more, 24/7. We provide detailed reporting along with measures that should be taken regarding potential hardware failures and performance issues.

We analyze the records opened based on system faults/errors and reported incidents from our customers to provide architectural recommendations and offer technical support to implement our suggestions for finding permanent solutions beyond troubleshooting.

Monitoring Servers and Systems

Server monitoring provides information about the reliability of server hardware components, such as uptime, CPU, memory, and storage. It is a critical tool for identifying functional and performance errors in infrastructure assets.

Database Monitoring

Proactive database monitoring is essential to ensure that databases are available for supporting business processes and functions. Database monitoring also provides performance analysis and trends, which can be used for fine-tuning database architecture and queries to optimize it according to business requirements.

Network Monitoring

Network availability and performance, whether for LAN or WAN, are two critical parameters that determine the successful use of any network. Network interruptions negatively affect work efficiency and can bring normal operations to a halt. Network monitoring provides proactive information about network performance bottlenecks and the source of network interruptions.

Storage Monitoring

A reliable storage solution on your network ensures that critical data is always available for use. Storage monitoring for SAN, NAS, SAS, and RAID storage devices enhances their performance. It reduces the downtime of storage devices, thereby increasing data availability for business operations.

Application Monitoring

Application monitoring provides information on resource usage, application availability, and critical transaction usage for different applications based on Windows, Linux, and other open-source operating systems. Application monitoring is vital for mission-critical applications that cannot tolerate even a few minutes of downtime. With application monitoring, you can prevent application errors from occurring and ensure their smooth operation.

Cloud Monitoring

Monitoring as a Service for any cloud infrastructure, including local and global providers, provides information about resource usage and performance in the cloud. Although cloud infrastructure is expected to have higher reliability than on-premises infrastructure, the criteria for cloud resource usage and performance are often not well understood. Cloud monitoring provides precise measurements of resource usage and performance to be used for optimizing cloud infrastructure.

Virtual Infrastructure Monitoring

Virtual infrastructure monitoring provides flexibility for deployments based on common hypervisors such as ESX, Xen, or Hyper-V. It enhances reliability against hardware failures. Monitoring virtual machines and related infrastructure provides information on resource utilization, such as memory, CPU, and storage.
With CloudFlex

Benefits of Monitoring as a Service (MaaS)

Ready-to-Use Monitoring Tool Access

CloudFlex Managed Monitoring Service takes care of the setup of hardware infrastructure, monitoring tool, configurations, and alert settings on behalf of customers. All users who use the Managed Monitoring Service are ready to access it by logging into the monitoring dashboard through a web browser.

Zero Maintenance Costs

As a CloudFlex Managed Monitoring Service customer, you do not need to invest in building an operations center. CloudFlex handles this on behalf of its customers, eliminating the need for investing in an in-house team of qualified IT engineers to run the monitoring desk.

Cloud Aware ve Cloud Ready

Since CloudFlex Managed Monitoring Service is in the cloud, it works effectively with other cloud-based products such as IaaS, BaaS, DRaaS, PaaS, and SaaS. The service can monitor all private cloud deployments a customer may have.

Easy Integration with Business Processes

CloudFlex Managed Monitoring Service can create alerts based on specific business conditions. It also supports multiple escalation levels, so different user groups can receive different levels of alerts.

Naturally Available 24/7/365

As CloudFlex Managed Monitoring Service is cloud-based, the monitoring dashboard itself is available 24/7/365 and accessible from anywhere at any time. There are no interruptions associated with the monitoring tool.
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