Once an organization has moved to the cloud (or several clouds), it faces an immense challenge: monitoring its cloud operations, ensuring strong performance, optimal return on its financial investments, and performance that complies with regulations.
AI & Cloud management
Management solutions operating on the cloud collect data from each app, device, and workload an organization runs on a private, hybrid, or public cloud or even a multi-cloud environment, and provide end-to-end transparency for all operations. ML and AI tools analyze data, provide various suggestions for improvement, and work automatically. For example, the management system may suggest moving a certain workload from Cloud X to Cloud Y after detecting that the price is cheaper on the latter at a specific time. It may also detect that it’s worth reverting an app from the cloud to the local data center for higher performance, lower costs, and less lag. Such transfers, performed automatically, are likely to save organizations hundreds of thousands of dollars a month.
Monitoring & Improving Performance
The management system also monitors the use of cloud services and can detect whether an organization is paying for unused services, and can shut down those services automatically.
The management solution detects an app’s performance issues, such as reduced performance, and its causes. Often, it automatically resolves the issue without any need for manual intervention. Management systems sometimes also include solutions to accelerate SaaS applications. They are capable of accelerating the pace of work by up to 50 times, while cutting the scope of traffic by 99%. This feature, of course, has a significant effect on an organization’s productivity and competitiveness.
Cloud Billing Optimizations
The management system also plays a critical administrative role. It automatically checks bills relative to actual consumption, ensuring that prices and benefits align with the contracts. It can combine billing reports from multiple cloud suppliers and present them together, bridging the terminology and pricing methods of the cloud suppliers. This way an organization can compare feasibility for multiple suppliers. These features replace manual administrative work that requires significant labor times and involves multiple errors. This is of particular importance when an organization operates in an environment with multiple clouds.
Optimizing various cloud regulations
In this globalized era, companies operating in multiple regions are required to ensure their cloud operations comply with local regulations. The cloud management system constantly monitors the organization’s data and applications, ensuring compliance. For example, the system can monitor an app and database used by clients in the European Union and ensure that no user data protected by the GDPR regulations are exposed (or send an alert in case it detects a deviation).
Abnet Communication specializes in the field of managing multi-cloud environments, optimizing and accelerating performance. Our wealth of knowledge and experience in these fields is at the service of all organizations and distributors seeking quality solutions.