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Starting today, Pivotal Cloud Foundry will allow developers and operations teams a near real-time view into the health and performance of their applications through PCF Metrics. The new capabilities are designed to give developers fast feedback and allow them to quickly take action. This post highlights the functionality, shares screenshots, and explains what it can do for your Pivotal Cloud Foundry environments.
Pivotal’s Cloud Ops team provide production operation support for Pivotal Web Services, which offers Pivotal Cloud Foundry as a hosted solution. Our responsibilities include deploying releases and providing break-fix support. Monitoring the health of the system is a critical part of this process. We rely on our “stoplights” dashboard to give us a quick go/no-go look at the operational status of Pivotal Web Services (PWS).
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