The 20 Coolest Cloud Monitoring And Management Companies Of The 2022 Cloud 100

Here are 20 cloud monitoring and management companies that are improving work within the most popular cloud experiences.

Companies that continue to find new gaps and improvements in how organizations monitor and manage their cloud environments are unsung, irreplaceable heroes in the cloud expansion story.

It’s the tools and offerings from these companies that beat back arguments that cloud computing is too expensive, too vulnerable or too unreliable for mass adoption by enterprises.

As part of CRN’s 2022 Cloud 100, here are 20 companies improving work within the most popular cloud experiences.


Mehdi Daoudi

Co-Founder, CEO

Catchpoint unveiled a new integration with Google Cloud, new native support for Google Core Web Vitals and new support for AWS Wavelength zones. It also improved its offerings with enhancements around deep linking and user experience visibility plus a digital experience score to help IT teams identify problem sources.


Jeff Kukowski


Cloud cost management update, a new API framework to improve automation flexibility and enhancements to codeless integration support are among CloudBolt‘s newest capabilities. The company also added optimizations for AWS and Microsoft Azure plus a single view for tracking multiple compliance frameworks.


Shawn Lankton


CoreView started 2021 with a new CEO and from there launched several new features for its Microsoft 365 management tools suite. The company unveiled new visibility into use of the Teams collaboration application across organizations and usage monitoring of Teams calling plans, among other capabilities.


Olivier Pomel

Co-Founder, CEO

Datadog provides an always log on warehouse offering with 15 months of storage and live query capabilities. The company also offers a sensitive data scanner for application logs to meet regulatory requirements and expanded access to its network device monitoring tool.


Marc van Zadelhoff


Devo‘s new technology alliance partner program brings more attention to its cloud-native logging and security analytics tools. The company landed $250 million in Series E funding last year, added new ways to detect and act against cyberthreats and launched a content delivery service for threat intelligence.


John Van Siclen


A new CEO took the helm of Dynatrace in December, laying the groundwork for an eventful 2022. Advancements in 2021 included security gates for development security operations teams to assess new software releases and an enhancement to its application security module for identifying risk.


Jim Ryan

President, CEO

A new tool for collecting software inventory from container images , new non-device types for hardware asset categorization and a lightweight Kubernetes agent were among some of Flexera‘s newest major releases. The company offers a SaaS IT management service aimed at complex hybrid environments.


Jyoti Bansal

Co-Founder, CEO, CTO

Harness bought cloud optimization startup Lightwing in addition to adding several key features to its platform. The company upgraded test intelligence to reduce test cycle time, added new feature flags to improve governing features at scale and debuted a unified pipeline for software management and pipeline execution visualizations.


Christina Kosmowski


With a newly named CEO this year, LogicMonit o r l o o k s poised to keep growing market share for its cloudbased infrastructure monitoring platform. Technical updates included improved Kubernetes and cloud monitoring, user interface upgrades and log enhancements. Users also received more scheduling options.


Phil Tee

Co-Founder, Chairman, CEO

MOogsoft updates to its observability tool for development operations and IT include a topologies feature for alerts and situations, general availability of the feature that creates visual representation of alerts and more logs of user sessions and authentication, authorization changes and configuration changes.

Morpheus Data

Jeff Drazan


With $2 million promised channel investment unveiled in 2021 and a new channel chief in Gul Paryani, Morpheus Data is one to watch as it continues to invest in its hybrid cloud application orchestration tools. Updates include faster service provisioning and extended Kubernetes integration.

New Relic

Bill Staples


A new CEO and a new global channel chief in Riya Shanmugan weren’t the only changes at New Relic last year. The company also launched an instant observability tool to help engineers instrument, dashboard and alert their entire security stack in minutes and an observability and code collaboration tool.


Varma Kunaparaju

Co-Founder, CEO

Responding to the demands of millions of newly remote workers, OpsRamp offered new tools that boosted the network and unified communications monitoring capabilities of its IT operations management platform. Its summer release included outage and incident alert predictions and alert enrichment policies.


Jennifer Tejada

Chairperson, CEO

Along with hiring former Druva channel chief Timm Hoyt to lead the company’s global partner and alliances organization, PagerDuty improved and expanded access to its event management features in 2021. The company also unveiled new capabilities for customer service teams and AI operations.


David Link

Founder, CEO

ScienceLogic bought Restorepoint last year to expand its portfolio into network and security operations. The company also opened a new Taiwan headquarters to provide on-demand expertise and operation and solution delivery services. Platform updates include a new activity center, a collector pipeline and user interface themes.


Todd Schwartz, Evan Richman

Co-Founders, Co-CEOs

More repeatable deployments, improved cloud security, new features around Microsoft Teams and upgraded monitoring and scheduling capabilities are some of the ways SkyKick has improved its offerings for MSPs. An additional $130 million in financing raised last year promises to help it further innovate.

Snow Software

Vishal Rao

President, CEO

Snow Software invested in an integrated platform for discovering, monitoring and optimizing technology investments on premises and in the cloud, with early access launching last summer. The tool, Snow Atlas, promises to be another standout in the company’s intelligence tool chest.

Spectro Cloud

Tenry Fu

Co-Founder, CEO

Spectro Cloud launched version two of its enterprise Kubernetes management platform. The update came with enhanced cost visibility, insight into cluster health, improved role-based access control and other features. The company also unveiled new support for public cloud clusters.


Kash Shaikh

President, CEO

A free version of its cloud optimization tool, an AWS Marketplace offering of its platform and a new integration with Infinidat were among the biggest moves last year for this observability company aimed at AI operations. With $73 million in new financing for 2022, Virtana remains a company to watch.


Sonal Puri


Webscale launched CloudEdge Security to enhance security for Shopify, Salesforce Commerce Cloud and other e-commerce platforms. The new tool allows for bad bot detection and mitigation, single-click protection against bot floods and lock-down access to application infrastructure, among other features.