Managed by infrastructure specialists
We know that when it comes to monitoring, you just want to set it and forget it. Managed Cloud makes that easy. If you’re worried about losing customers because of faulty web pages and stray 404s, don’t panic - with Cloud Monitoring, you’ll get to problems before your viewers do, and we’ll be able to fix them long before their browser times out. Simply define what you want to monitor and how you want to be notified, and we'll take care of the rest. You get the same fully optimised monitoring that we trust to keep our own systems up and running—but without the hassle of running it yourself.
Our quick multiple choice tool Decision Engine will help you work out how much monitoring you need – give it a go.
Customise your alerts
Using our API or Cloud Control Panel, you can set up alerts to notify you when a service is down. Then, use our Cloud control panel (or mobile app) to fix the problem before your customers ever see it. You'll spend more time innovating and less time manually configuring your website monitoring.
Save time and money
No installation. No upgrades. We provide Cloud Monitoring as a supplement to our Rackspace open cloud services (free with a Managed service level), so there's no maintenance needed either.
Cloud Monitoring automatically scales to match the size of your infrastructure. Even if you add thousands of Cloud Servers® in minutes, our Cloud Monitoring service can instantly report on all of them.
Monitor your websites and applications —whether they're hosted on the Rackspace Cloud, Rackspace dedicated servers, servers in your data centre or even other service providers’. Send alerts to your laptop or smartphone, or automatically raise a ticket with Rackspace. Stay on top of your entire infrastructure—including websites, ports, protocols, and more.
Your customers could be anywhere around the world. So why not monitor from around the world too. Cloud Monitoring can do just that, with multiple monitoring zones for you to choose from. You control when you're alerted - at the first sign of a problem, or only when various locations all agree that a service is down.