As a leading cloud solutions provider, dinCloud has always been at the forefront of innovation. The end goal of our developers and cloud specialists is to provide a seamless user experience (UX) in the Cloud.
What sets us apart from the competition is the level of control we offer our valued cloud users. dinManage is our interactive, one stop gateway to all the real-time information and metrics that you desire.
At dinCloud, we firmly believe in transparency and maximum visibility of the cloud environment to our users. Today, we are pleased to announce another milestone in this journey, which is the roll-out of Advanced Analytics within dinManage.
Through this module, users will be able to monitor key metrics of their cloud environment in real-time. These metrics will be displayed in the form of interactive graphical charts for ease of understanding and comparison.
Key metrics that will be supported by the Advanced Analytics module include CPU Utilization, Memory Utilization, Disk Utilization, Drive Utilization, Disk Read/Write Rates, and Network In/Out Bandwidth.
The user will also be able to define min and max threshold values for the above key metrics. As soon as those defined thresholds are achieved, the portal will automatically generate an email notification for the end user.
In the current iteration, our users will be able to simultaneously monitor and compare up to 5 virtual machines over a timeline of up to 2 hours. Whenever you desire real-time data, you can simply refresh the module for the latest metrics.
The Advanced Analytics module in dinManage takes your user experience to the next level. It adds a whole new dimension of visibility and transparency to your cloud environment deployed over dinCloud.
This suite of analytics also empowers you more than ever to make tweaks to your existing cloud deployment. With your unwavering trust in our solutions, we will continue to meet and exceed your expectations.
Please feel free to Contact Us for any further details or clarifications about our Advanced Analytics module in dinManage.