Oracle has announced the Oracle Cloud Observability and Management Platform. Oracle Cloud Observability and Management Platform helps customers to eliminate the complexity, risk, and cost associated. The Oracle Cloud Observability and Management Platform that consists of a suite of services is available in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).
This open and extensible platform enables easy diagnostics of cloud-native and traditional technologies deployed in the cloud or on-premises. By using machine learning technology, it automatically detects anomalies and enables quick remediation in near-real-time. Allowing the integration with partners in the ecosystem, customers can continue leveraging their existing investments in technologies like Grafana, Slack, Twilio, and PagerDuty across use cases that include monitoring, logging, messaging, and incident management.
Clay Magouyrk, executive vice president, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, said,
“Oracle has deep domain expertise in operating the largest portfolio of SaaS and enterprise application environments. We are combining decades of experience with OCI to provide end-to-end visibility for all layers of the IT stack. Whether customers’ apps are deployed on Oracle Cloud, Dedicated Region [email protected], on-premises, or in other public clouds, we are eliminating the complexity and reducing the risks and costs associated with today’s multi-tool approach to make the overall management process highly intuitive and cost-effective.”
Thanks to its optimized ML algorithms that can identify anomalous system behavior, the integrated platform can rapidly isolate and remediate performance problems and prevent outages. This information is delivered in out-of-the-box and customer-designed dashboards with cross-tier views.
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