The adoption of cloud services, DevOps practices, and ephemeral architectures has been proven to significantly accelerate the pace of innovation, as well as response times to errors and bugs – but becoming cloud-native won’t happen overnight. Your business will progress through the cloud-native journey in three distinct stages – each with its own challenges and areas of focus. SignalFx has all of the capabilities to help guide your every step.

Infrastructure Monitoring

Application Monitoring

Digital Business Monitoring

Stage 1 – Lift & Shift

The cloud-native journey begins when you start migrating applications into the cloud. In addition to selecting a cloud infrastructure provider, organizations often create small teams that evaluate open-source tools and specific cloud services by deploying limited workloads on them. However, applications that are deployed in new platforms often need to be tuned for a different set of constraints. An Observability  platform that enables you to compare “before” and “after” intelligently will ensure that this transition is as smooth as possible, while also providing a pathway to understanding your system as it grows.

Cloud Migration Observability

Remove the risk of migrating to the cloud for the first time – or migrating between on-prem and a cloud provider — or between different cloud providers – with a unified view of your legacy and cloud environments on a single platform.

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Baseline Performance Measurement

Whether you’re hosted on premises or in the private/public cloud, some form of infrastructure underpins your products and services. Gaining a consolidated understanding of your topology and baseline performance is the first step to gaining operational intelligence.

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Cloud Cost Optimization

Wish you could monitor the cost of your platforms so your spending and utilization are more predictable? Now you can. Get up-to-the-minute visibility into the cost of operating your cloud infrastructure and services. Attribute spend to availability zones, specific services, instance types, or even customers. Make better-informed decisions on whether to provision reserved or on-demand instances.

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Enabling DevOps