Your organization depends on a safe and stable cloud environment. So how can you be sure that it’s always performing at its peak? That kind of confidence only happens when you gain a clear line of sight into your cloud’s health and performance – and a partner who can guide you along the way.
Enhanced Clarity in Your Healthcare Cloud
Gain visibility and unparalleled support for your critical systems and never manage your healthcare cloud alerts alone again. With Managed Observability, you get infrastructure and systems monitoring, paired with 24x7x365 operations support. Our experts will monitor your systems round-the-clock, allowing you to focus on running your business.
Comprehensive Monitoring: See your cloud environment’s crucial performance metrics, including CPU, disk, memory, networking traffic, and service health.
Anomaly Detection: Never worry about false positives. Our system models your application environment, swiftly identifying irregularities.
Tailored Configuration: Customize your alert thresholds and settings to align with your organization’s specific needs and priorities through our easy-to-use ticketing system.
Guidance and Support at Your Fingertips: Consult with your dedicated ClearDATA team of Systems Engineers for any questions.
Action, Remediation, and Peace of Mind: Rely on our Operations Team – they’re on standby, completing remediation and communications to tackle any issues. We’ve got you covered 24x7x365, ensuring uninterrupted operations and peace of mind.
During setup, our team will work closely with you to select and implement the applicable features for your environment and then implement the optimal settings and alert thresholds.
Load Balancers (LBs)
- Monitor 500 errors
- Monitor UnHealthyHostCount
Simple Queue Service (SQS)
- Monitor Delayed Messages
Simple Notification Service (SNS)
- Monitor Failed Notifications
Relational Database Service (RDS)
- Monitor replication lag
- Monitor syncing to node issues
- CPU and memory creation depends on customer application needs, not created by default
- Disk creation based on the size of the disk (see below)
AWS Lambda Functions
- Monitor errors
- Monitor execution time
Log Collection (Monitor for specific errors/messages)
- Application-specific log collection
- Middleware-specific log collection(e.g., Apache, Tomcat)