As we try to understand observability and see what it means for our own organizations, taking a look at some of the facts and stats will shed some much-needed light on this evolving and essential area.
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With the increase in data collection over the past two years by organizations in all industries, data observability programs are more necessary than ever.
Supporters of the regulation believe it will help create greater protections and considerations around all data consumers leave behind as they interact with organizations online.
Modern infrastructures have a greater need for network visibility, observability, and ultimately the automation of network management functions.
Artificial intelligence and real-time analytics are driving three core technology concepts.
Research highlights how the observability tools market is fragmented and how user implementations may still be in the early stages.
Expect to see new uses for AIOps and observability as IT organization continue to adopt the concepts.
Opentelemetry is a new framework, born through the merger of OpenCensus and OpenTracing, which aims to be all-in-one solution for all telementry needs.