Published: 30 May 2023
To meet organizations’ stability and reliability goals, infrastructure and operations leaders now deploy their operations technologies more rapidly. This research is informed by a survey of I&O leaders aimed at understanding how they approach automation, monitoring and observability technologies.
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In 2023, 56% of surveyed operations technologies (e.g., automation, monitoring and observability) are in deployment, and we expect all of them to be deployed by year-end 2023.
Resilience is the most-cited value driver for technology adoption for half of the operations technologies, followed by speed and agility.
Cybersecurity risk hinders technology adoption for 56% of the operations technologies, followed by technical incompatibility/architectural complexity.
Traditional monitoring approaches are evolving to manage complexity to include approaches such as observability, with 67% of current monitoring technologies in deployment.
In line with infrastructure and operations priorities, 80% of surveyed automation technologies are in deployment.
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