Cribl Seeks Control of Observability Data Run Amok

If you’re struggling to keep a handle on the growing mounds of observability data in your shop, you’re not alone. Many companies today are straining to keep up with daily log data rates exceeding 10 to 100 terabytes or more, forcing them to increase their Splunk and Elastic allotments, or (gasp!) going without some data. Now a company called Cribl is giving customers another option to keep up with their observability data.

Former Gartner analyst Nick Heudecker, who joined Cribl last year as its senior director of market strategy, was shocked at the volume of observability data customers are dealing with these days.

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