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Observability is the practice of measuring the state of a system based on external output using metrics, logs, and traces. It is the evolution of monitoring, as it helps you learn about your IT environment’s critical aspects and discover potential problems before they arise.
Observability transforms the speed, cost, and efficiency of your machines. While Observability benefits most enterprises, the amount of observability employed should be determined by your business needs.
Your enterprise’s business goals include strong security, high-service stability, monitoring tools, and increased customer experience. To understand how you’re meeting those goals, you must collect and analyze data correlated with your desired outcomes.
You can start by collecting and analyzing the three main components of Observability – metrics, logs, and traces. For example, organizations collect data from different data sources and analyze it with the proper observability tools and in the right format to have a comprehensive view of how your environment is performing.