Observability is an evolution of established monitoring, emphasizing visibility of the state of the digital service by exploring high cardinality data outputs from the application. This is in contrast to traditional forms of monitoring that focus on the individual components that make up the service.
Gartner predicts, by 2024, 30% of enterprises implementing distributed system architectures will have adopted observability techniques to improve digital business service performance, up from less than 10% in 2020.
In this report, we look at four vendors that are expanding capabilities around four areas related to observability:
- Cribl allows organizations to efficiently manage large datasets generated by observability systems.
- Komodor focuses on capturing and correlating changes in Kubernetes environments.
- Observe supports the exploration of event data through relationships and temporal analytics.
- Rookout provides observability in production systems, allowing developers and SREs access to real-time information about application performance.
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