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Google Offers Transparent Service Level Indicators for Cloud Customers

July 30, 2018 / Jaikumar Vijayan

Google has made it easier for enterprise cloud administrators to monitor and understand how their application workloads are interacting with the company's cloud platform and services. Google on July 27 announced that it would now provide organizations with detailed and standardized metrics on the behavior of Google's Cloud Platform (GCP) services that are related to their workloads. Google's new Transparent Service Level Indicators (SLIs) are similar to the metrics that the company has been offering for sometime around more than 130 of its cloud application programing interfaces (APIs). Administrators can view the SLIs in their Stackdriver Monitoring dashboards and use them to ensure services are running optimally.