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The Key Benefits of Improved Observability
Analyses: Technical and business services can be analyzed and correlated to track data across an enterprise.
Visibility: Applications are observed holistically. Different views can be provided for each audience within the business. Data is easier to find and understand.
Efficiency: Customer impacting events are more transparent and the root cause is easily identified. In addition, new impacting use cases are easier to implement.
Improvement: Mean time to detect and resolve customer impacting events is reduced and a system for further improvement is established.
Using the Right Tools for the Right Task
Infrastructure: SolarWinds infrastructure solutions help organizations assure the health and configuration of physical and virtual servers, containers, private cloud, storage, and network infrastructures across hybrid IT environments.
Logging: With Sumo Logic’s unified logs and metrics tools, you can accelerate modern application delivery, monitor, and troubleshoot in real-time, while improving security and compliance posture.
APM: New Relic One is an observability platform. From monoliths to serverless, you can instrument everything, analyze, troubleshoot, and optimize your entire software stack.
Data Enrichment: Infrastructure, logging, and APM tools are combined and enriched to form a predictive view of the stack. AI and ML are utilized to correlate events and detect issues before customers know there is a problem.
Keeping Moving Forward
Improved Customer Experience: Customer impacting events are reduced and time to resolve said events is decreased.
Environmental Analysis: Technical services are analyzed to determine the operational maturity of observability environments.
Staged Deployment: Deployment of improvement plans occur within established business processes and without a negative impact on services.
Collaborative Planning: Reasonable improvement plans are created to fill gaps in service observability.