User-Friendly Pulse of Matter Private Cloud Getting DevOps Ready
For companies, deploying new software development processes like DevOps and continuous integration/continuous delivery, or CI/CD, depicts giving application developers a more responsive, agile, and efficient cloud infrastructure.
However, for cloud operators, delivering such infrastructure can be a big challenge.
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The main objective is to enable self-service ability for developers and eliminating the conventional bottlenecks appeared when dedicating resources for testing, implementation, and production at scale. The primary steps to attain this objective are helping operators conquer performance-hampering challenges of cloud management.
The main three examples of such issues are.
1. Draft life cycles of compute instances-
Operators are evolving to a new paradigm controlling “cloudy” and container-based workloads and volatile virtual machines or the environment.
In this cloud-native model, the applications and tiers are developed to scale up and grow quickly, then be torn down when not required.
In these agile environments, mainly when using containers, application life cycles might be only minutes long.
The life cycles of compute instances can be so short, in fact, that conventional monitoring tools are inadequate — the instance has come and gone before it can even be monitored and reported, particularly if human intervention is needed.
Automated, by default real-time monitoring is required to provide accurate, useful and actionable insight into these workloads.
2. Restricted visibility to demand capacity planning —
With dynamic, versatile workloads to manage, operators require being proactive in guaranteeing certain levels of service, availability, and performance to their end users or customers.
They require reliable capacity planning tools and technique that offer visibility into all resources present in the cloud stack to help predict when and where additional resources will be required before constraints occur.
3. Lack of access to real-time telemetry and performance data of physical and virtual infrastructure —
In a DevOps world, the capability to deliver the experience end users demand needs infrastructure transparency of the entire cloud stack—down to the processor level.
Operators required access to this information, of course, however, also they need to be able to share it with developers so developers may utilize infrastructure analytics within their applications and schedule workloads to attain optimum performance.
Advantages of DevOps from data-driven private clouds
A data-driven cloud uses real-time, consistent analysis and measurement against completely customizable and configurable SLAs that delivers the game-changing benefits of a data-driven cloud.
Using a data-driven cloud, operators are becoming capable of the following:
✓ Know which sections of their infrastructure are healthy and which are not
Cloud service provider should offer a real-time monitoring of every feature of the cloud stack, right down at the processor level.
This is inclusive of visibility into every virtual and physical resource at your disposal.
The simple and user-friendly interface and customizable dashboard offer a comprehensive list of metrics depending on industry best practices. SLAs are fully configurable.
✓ Enable developers with visibility and control
Cloud service provider offers a dashboard which operators can share among developers via a self-service user experience.
Developers then can access to process-level monitoring, with real-time and historical views of their resources and the capability to drill down to deeper and deeper levels of specificity regarding performance.
Both operators and developers can develop project-level reports with a click; the report content and the recipients are customizable, and data are allowed to be exported in any format.
Further, operators and developers are allowed to access advance alarming and notification abilities and can establish static and dynamic thresholds depending on their preferences.
✓ Well-informed about the capacity levels
The operators become aware of the true capacity levels of their infrastructure, anytime and all the time.
Enable operators to model potential changes to observe what impacts will be on availability, capacity, and performance.
Some “real-life” examples to understand what a DevOps-ready private cloud can perform are as follows:
● Troubleshoot whenever a user experience slowness;
● Notification of events in Real-time;
● Optimize infrastructure ROI via utilization reports;
● Examine the probability for a new or expanding project;
● Enhance availability with the configurable policy for SLA.
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