What is Multi-Cloud Observability?
For cloud-native architectures, observability is the new standard for visibility and monitoring. It measures the health of application performance and behavior using vast amounts of collected telemetry data such as metrics, logs, incidents, and distributed traces. It will help teams rapidly assess an incident’s effects and pinpoint the source of a particular action or occurrence. This lets developers understand what’s wrong with a system, what’s slow or broken, and why an issue occurred, where it came from, and how it would affect the system.
Making systems observable offers visibility and insight into applications for developers and DevOps teams and context for the infrastructure, platforms, and client-side experiences that such applications support and depend on. They can do the following with this information:
- Detect outages, software bugs, unauthorized activity, and service degradations.
- Report on the health of the system by measuring performance and resources.
- Understand how neighboring or dependent services might impact each other.
- Find unknown unknowns that have never occurred in the past.
- Identify long-term trends for capacity planning and business objectives.
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