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Digital business transformation requires new application architectures deployed across a range of environments – from on-premises, multi-cloud, and edge. Traditional monitoring solutions, with their static dashboards and high ingest costs, are out of touch with the complexity and volatility of today’s digital landscape. Shifting infrastructure and operations teams from passive monitoring to active observing allows enterprises to better understand the behavior of applications and data. 

This Gartner report develops your understanding of Observability and how to apply it, including: 

  • How observability adds flexibility beyond traditional monitoring for infrastructure and operations leaders
  • The role of emerging open standards in observability product selection
  • Where to apply observability tooling to increase application and infrastructure uptime 
  • The benefits of preprocessing datasets generated by multiple monitoring tools to optimize costs related to volume-based log ingestion

 

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Gartner, Innovation Insight for Observability, Padraig Byrne, Josh Chessman, 28 September 2020

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This Gartner report develops your understanding of Observability and how to apply it in your organization