OpsRamp Extends Support for AWS Cloud Management

2 Min Read | January 05, 2015

We are excited to announce that OpsRamp now has full capabilities for enterprises to manage cloud applications built on the full stack of Amazon Web Services (AWS) resources including EC2, EBS, ELB, Security Groups, Auto Scaling, Route 53, RDS, SNS, SQS, Redshift, and DynamoDB.

In cloud environments, it is common for multiple instances to have same device name, private IP address, virtual MAC address, virtual MAC address, etc. OpsRamp automatically applies cloud specific metadata to uniquely identify each instance. With this capability, customer can now manage any number of such identical instances within the same client.

Dynamic applications built on hybrid cloud architectures require a single platform that can manage on-premise, private cloud and public cloud resources. With this release, OpsRamp adds to existing on-premise and cloud management capabilities by expanding rule based discovery and management, visualization of applications using service maps, policy based IT asset management, and integrated incident and problem management to any AWS resource.

“Enterprise IT operations leaders need a single command center that manages the availability and performance of applications across on-premise and cloud infrastructures,” said Varma Kunaparaju, OpsRamp’s Chief Technology Officer. “OpsRamp Lifecycle Management delivers critical capabilities for AWS cloud management in a single interface, offering  real-time performance monitoring and the ability to troubleshoot across on-premise and cloud assets down to the element level.”

With the addition of hybrid cloud management capabilities to the OpsRamp IT operations platform, IT organizations can now:

  • Discover and manage cloud assets across multiple clouds in a single dashboard using cloud credentials and standard protocols and methodologies,
  • Create integrated application service maps for visualizing hybrid cloud assets and services,
  • Use policies at the element or service level to deploy core IT operations lifecycle capabilities, including monitoring, alarms, runbooks, patching, escalation paths, credentials, configuration management, and runbook script automation,
  • Manage incidents, tickets and root cause diagnostics for on premise and cloud based resources out of an integrated framework, including remediation with remote console access.

Support for Amazon Web Services Resources is currently available in OpsRamp release 3.8.0. 

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