Moving services into the cloud has benefits across the board. In an ideal world, cloud service providers would have perfect reliability but we all know that isn't true. Amazon AWS, Microsoft Office 365, and other major providers all have had issues with service reliability.
As a system administrator, it's not your responsibility to fix their problems but often end users don't understand the difference and your support lines can be inundated.
What if you had a way to communicate cloud service status to your end users? FrameFlow lets you do exactly that for your services hosted on Office 365.
FrameFlow's Office 365 status event monitor constantly checks official Microsoft servers for the current status of the Office 365 services. Based on that you can easily build dashboards that will clearly show end users the current status of the services they use so they know what's going on without having to contact your busy IT staff.
Keeping track of license counts is as important as keeping track of cloud-based service status. On the one hand, you don't want to run out of licenses which could prevent new staff members from getting online. On the other hand, you don't want to waste your budget on licenses that you're not using.
FrameFlow lets you walk that fine line by monitoring your Office 365 license counts and alerting you based on both high and low thresholds. This helps you to keep your license counts in the optimal region that balances availability with cost.
At the same time, FrameFlow keeps a historical record of your license usage to assist you with future capacity planning.
FrameFlow makes it easy for you to keep on top of cloud service availability and license management. It only takes about five minutes to install FrameFlow and set up Office 365 monitoring, so download our free trial and get started now.Try FrameFlow Now