Blue Medora’s BindPlane Expands Multi-Cloud Support
Blue Medora today announced support for two new cloud platforms – Google Cloud and Alibaba Cloud – for BindPlane™, the industry’s first monitoring integration as a service (MIaaS).
BindPlane addresses the common challenge most data center operations teams experience – gaining a comprehensive view of what’s going on across their IT ecosystem. BindPlane dramatically expands observability for large enterprises monitoring hybrid and multi-cloud environments, and is now available across AWS, Microsoft Azure, IBM, Google and Alibaba cloud environments.
The Multi-Cloud Challenge
Customers are increasingly operating in multi-cloud environments, with each cloud provider offering its own tools for monitoring and measuring its services. The metrics provided by each can vary, making it hard to achieve a comprehensive view of applications and service performance.
BindPlane eliminates these silos for customers adopting AWS, Azure, Google, IBM and Alibaba cloud infrastructure services. It standardizes metrics between clouds and allows organizations to analyze them using third-party performance monitoring or analytics software to better understand the true cost of cloud services and to identify the best cloud for specific applications.
“Integration with the top public cloud service providers is a top priority for us, as we seek to make BindPlane the ubiquitous monitoring metrics service across these environments,” comments Christian Fernando, vice president of product at Blue Medora. “It’s our multi-cloud mission to bring cross-cloud visibility to all.”
Blue Medora now offers 24 integrations for the Google, Alibaba and IBM Cloud platforms.