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Frustrations with traditional monitoring tools grows among enterprise organizations.
Observability reduces MTTD with fast analysis of logs, traces, events and metrics.
Organizations focused on making digital business observable are expanding observability use cases.
In the Gartner Innovation Insight for Observability, we believe Gartner presents context for the drivers shaping today's observability landscape.
According to Gartner, "Enterprises are becoming frustrated with the limitations of existing monitoring tools and, despite decades of investments in monitoring tools, continuing to rely on customers to notice an outage."1 More than a buzzword, observability tools offer functionality that compliments digital experience metrics and performance data on end-user behavior and interactions.
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1Source: Gartner, Innovation Insight for Observability, Padraig Byrne, Josh Chessman, 28 September 2020.
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