With Cloud Application Perspective (CApP), Keynote can now be used to monitor internal and private applications just easily as one might monitor a public one. Since CApP is a customer installable monitoring agent, it can be easily deployed in branch offices, customer locations, and of course data centers to monitor internal private communications. Much of what the First Mile and API How To posts cover with respect to scripting and deploying measurements are equally applicable to internal applications.
An important detail when deciding to monitor internal applications is why. Well the obvious answer is that internal users are impacted by performance issues, which in turn influences their productivity and satisfaction. These are factors that a sophisticated IT operation should care about in the age of cloud computing and web applications. However, another reason is vendor selection and contract renewal. Monitoring services with Cloud Application Perspective provides a wealthy of good data that can be used to better choose among vendors, inform contract renewals, and in general keep them honest.
Here is the complete guide on Cloud Application Monitoring.