Topic: observability

Logz.io 360 released to help with better Kubernetes observability

Logz.io revealed its Open 360 Platform at AWS re:Invent 2022 to deliver to help observability teams focus on, and pay for, only the most critical data. Users will gain centralized, cross-stack Kubernetes observability to an expanded data collection agent. Open 360 includes Logz.io Kubernetes 360 to deliver unified observability for Kubernetes environments, Logz.io Telemetry Collector … continue reading

Fastly introduces new edge observability capabilities

The team at Fastly, the global edge cloud platform, today launched a new line of products for edge observability, enhancing the company’s delivery of edge and origin visibility, analytics, and more.  According to Fastly, these new capabilities offer users the ability to create their own observability systems by surfacing real-time and historical data in a … continue reading

Dispelling the misconceptions around observability

Observability is a term that’s being used to describe just about anything to do with monitoring, but it’s not as simple as just monitoring the performance of an application or server. Observability can provide you with so much more information that traditional monitoring could.  In order to dispel some of the common misconceptions about observability, … continue reading

TidalScale announces upgrade that greatly reduces server failure rates

The TidalScale 4.1 update will dramatically improve overall system reliability, availability, and serviceability to reduce server failure rates. “The cost of server downtime, whether planned or unplanned, has never been higher.  Enterprise customers are experiencing server hardware failures at a rate never seen before, often resulting in significant financial losses for their business,” said Gary … continue reading

ITOps Open-Source Project of the Week: Waltz

Waltz is an open-source project that lets users visualize and define their organization’s technology landscape developed by Deutsche Bank. Deutsche Bank released the project in early 2018 to help users make smarter decisions on technology investment.  “A core belief behind Waltz is that technology information should be accessible by everyone within your organisation. Furthermore employees … continue reading

ObservIQ releases open-source observability pipeline, BindPlane OP

Telemetry company observIQ has announced the general availability of its observability pipeline BindPlane OP. It is an open-source offering and was built specifically for use with OpenTelemetry.  Enterprises can use BindPlane OP to control their observability costs, simplify telemetry agent management, and avoid vendor lock-in. According to observIQ, the solution was built to address the … continue reading

Riverbed releases beta for its Alluvio unified observability solution

Riverbed released a beta program for its new Alluvio Unified Observability solution that transforms massive amounts of data and alerts that lack context into actionable insights to empower all IT skill levels. “The Beta is exciting news for our customers as they help us define the leading Unified Observability solution in the market,” said Jim … continue reading

EraStreams launches to bring down observability costs using no-code

Era Software has announced a new no-code observability data pipeline called EraStreams. IT teams can use it to integrate, transform, and route observability data to EraSearch or other third-party monitoring tools.  According to the company, siloed monitoring tools that are leftover from the pre-cloud era can’t keep up with the volume of data that is … continue reading

Enhancing observability with AI in HCL Workload Automation

Organizations now are looking towards AI intelligence to help operators avoid manual operations, whether it’s due to the sheer number of alerts that they’re getting that are contributing to “alert fatigue” or the lack of observability of how the organization is working. HCL has introduced a new set of features to its HCL Workload Automation … continue reading

Red Hat OpenShift 4.10 released

The new Red Hat OpenShift 4.10 release is based on Kubernetes 1.23 with the CRI-O 1.23 runtime and offers new enhancements and features for both developers and administrators.  Among the 45 enhancements are the ability to change static network configurations after cluster deployment with enhanced networking metrics and debuggability. OpenShift also provides a way to … continue reading

Lightstep Incident Response brings service context and automation to address outages

Lightstep announced that it is creating a differentiated portfolio for app development with the general availability of Lightstep Incident Response. The new solution will enable developers and site reliability engineers (SREs) to reduce downtime through the integration of service context and automation for responding to incidents, such as a software bug, power outage, or down … continue reading

Report: Majority of companies use up to nine different tools for observability

A majority of companies are struggling with tool sprawl when it comes to observability. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), in partnership with the Observability Technical Advisory Group, recently released the results of its microsurvey on cloud native observability, and found 72% of respondents reported using up to nine different tools geared at logging, metrics, … continue reading

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