Hybrid Cloud | February 3, 2023
By Keith Bromley : Sr. Manager, Product Marketing
A recent survey by Enterprise Management Associates found that 62% of those surveyed used purpose-built monitoring solutions (like cloud taps and packet brokers) for their cloud and hybrid networks.
So, only 38% were relying on the native traffic mirror services of their cloud providers for this service.
At first, this may seem “wrong”, but it actually makes sense.
Here are four main macroscopic reasons that engineering teams don’t use cloud native monitoring capability:
1. Cloud services are not usually purpose-built for monitoring
2. If the cloud services are free or low cost, you get what you pay for
3. You can’t transfer native tools between multi-cloud environments
4. Cloud services are not suitable for a hybrid cloud environment
More Information on Hybrid Cloud Visibility
Read this brief to learn why others don’t use cloud-native solutions and how you can deploy powerful, but easy to use, cloud monitoring solutions that you really need. After that, more resources are located on the Hybrid Cloud Resource page.