Infrastructure monitoring in the cloud: Optimizing performance and availability

Presented by

Pankul Chitrav, Application Release Engineer | TD Bank

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As organizations increasingly migrate their infrastructure to the cloud, ensuring the performance, availability, and reliability of cloud resources becomes paramount. The cloud environment brings tremendous benefits in terms of scalability, flexibility, and cost-efficiency. However, these benefits come with unique challenges that must be addressed through effective monitoring practices. One of the primary goals of infrastructure monitoring in the cloud is to proactively identify and address performance issues before they impact users. By continuously monitoring key metrics such as CPU usage, memory utilization, network latency, and storage capacity, organizations can detect bottlenecks, identify potential failures, and take timely actions to optimize resource allocation.
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