Sponsored by SPLUNK
For some, observability is just a hollow rebranding of monitoring, for others it’s monitoring on steroids. But what if we told you observability is the new way to find out why—not just if—your distributed system or application isn’t working as expected? Today, we see that traditional monitoring approaches can fall short if a system or application doesn’t adequately externalize its state.
This is truer as workloads move into the cloud and leverage ephemeral technologies, such as microservices and containers. To reach observability, IT and DevOps teams need to correlate different sources from logs, metrics, traces, events and more. This becomes even more challenging when defining the online revenue impact of a failed container—after all, this is what really matters to the business.
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