Monitoring your system allows you to do more than solve problems that are currently happening. Learn about using your monitoring feedback to predict future usage.
- Okay, what can I do with all this monitoring data … that I'm collecting? … Well, I can certainly troubleshoot problems … in my environment. … I can find out where there are performance bottlenecks … and fix those. … I can find out where there might be security incidents … and address those. … So the point is, I can use it in that way, … but there's a very important way … to use monitoring statistics … that I don't think a lot of people utilize. … And that's forecasting. … Forecasting is casting into the future. … So you're looking forward into the future, … and determining what you might need. … And we can accomplish that in several ways. … So this word, forecasting, … tells us that we need something to look at today … in order to predict tomorrow. … Well, we can look at a baseline, … and say this is our standard normal performance today. … And this might include things … like the current average utilization, … recent peak utilization, … so what've been some of my high utilization periods recently …
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1. Cloud Storage
2. Cloud Compute
3. Cloud Networking
4. Cloud Security
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