Cloud Monitor (CM) enables you to monitor and manage cloud products as well as configure and visualize your own custom monitoring metrics. Leveraging the three-dimensional, intelligent, real-time and personalized monitoring services, CM allows you to understand the health of your business and each cloud product in real time and with great accuracy.
CM is automatically activated for all Tencent Cloud accounts. After purchasing Tencent Cloud products, you can go directly to the CM Console to check on the running state and set alarms for your products.
Data for all metrics can be collected in just seconds, and even the smallest changes to the metrics can be perceived, providing you with an in-depth cloud product monitoring experience. CM provides free storage of second-level monitoring data for up to 24 hours which can be viewed online and downloaded.
CM supports the setting of custom trigger rules for monitoring metrics, which enables precise alarming in multiple dimensions such as metric thresholds, statistics periods, duration and alarm frequency. Moreover, it can promptly send alarms through email, SMS, WeChat, phone call and other channels.
CM provides a custom monitoring dashboard where you can customize key metrics in a cross-product and cross-instance manner for pinned display and centrally display resources from the same business or cluster. This is ideal for creating various flexible and personalized view functions in different monitoring scenarios such as cross-instance aggregation/detailed data, real-time/historical data display, comparison and display of similar metrics and chart-table linkage.
CM is a one-stop monitoring platform that supports basic monitoring, cloud automated testing and custom monitoring. The basic monitoring covers all key metrics of the cloud products which are displayed in charts and supports personalized alarm policies. Cloud automated testing uses the service quality checkpoints distributed around the globe to periodically monitor your websites, domain names and backend interfaces. Custom monitoring provides you with a portal for self-service reporting of monitoring data and supports functions such as visual data display and alarming for exceptions.
Features like instance grouping and trigger condition templates help you readily improve OPS efficiency. Instance grouping supports the grouping of cross-region and cross-project cloud product instances for convenient unified management and the creation of instance groups on demand to efficiently manages instances and set alarm policies. The alarm rules set for trigger condition templates can also be used for the trigger conditions of alarms with a single click, making it easier for you to set and modify alarm rules in batches and improve OPS efficiency.
In daily inspection scenarios, the aim is to manage cloud products and monitor their health on a daily basis. By directly logging in to the console, you can view the monitoring data of each metric for each cloud product and understand their running state with ease.
- In the Dashboard, you can view key resources, monitor custom cross-product and cross-instance key metrics in pinned display, and view monitoring data such as cross-instance aggregated data, real-time/historical data and comparison of similar metrics in the Dashboard.
- By monitoring cloud products, you can view resource monitoring details and recognize even the smallest changes to the monitoring metrics. Moreover, you can check the cloud resource list and the corresponding monitoring and alarming details for each account, and immediately locate abnormal instances and troubleshoot problems based on the specific data and the information of the exceptions.
In enterprise OPS scenarios, the aim is to manage a large number of instances and quickly improve OPS efficiency. Functions such as instance grouping and trigger condition templates can be used to efficiently manage the instances for scenarios with large numbers of enterprise-class instances.
- cross-region and cross-project instances can be grouped on demand to manage them and set alarm policies for them in batches, reducing the burden of OPS.
- Trigger condition templates can be used to set alarm rules for specific cloud products, which can be reused for the trigger condition settings of the alarm policies, eliminating the need to set the same rules repeatedly. Modifications made to the alarm rules of the template will be applied to all alarm policy groups bound to the template.
In business monitoring scenarios, the aim is to enable functions like business data reporting, automatic analytics and computation and visual display. Business data is reported through the Custom Cloud Monitor interface, allowing for round-the-clock monitoring of your businesses.
- You can use Custom Cloud Monitor to self-service report business data and configure metric parameters with ease and possess powerful backend data statistics and processing capabilities. A wide variety of chart displays are available, supporting single-instance chart view, multi-day trend comparison and aggregated chart view. You can also set alarms for key metrics so that you can receive them immediately when exceptions occur.