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Data derived from various endpoints and services ensures smooth experience and helps identify and troubleshoot anomalies and issues before they impact end-users. Due to the increasing complexity of software systems and business requirements, the growing reliance on distributed architectures, and the widespread adoption of microservices, the importance of observability will likely grow.
Various vendors, tools, and technologies are in use, which leads to a large matrix of possible choices and deployments. This has architectural consequences, so teams must understand how to set up their observability systems in a way that works for them.
Tools and services to monitor, debug, and improve entire observability stack are increasingly playing a crucial role in ensuring the reliability, performance, and security of IT infrastructure which is composed of dozens or hundreds of independent microservices, each with one or more service instances, creating potentially thousands of operational units.
Observability is a strategy for managing IT resources by measuring past and current system state through outputs, logs, traces, and performance metrics. It is used for alerting, forecasting and predictions about what could go wrong as well as to identify the root cause of system and security issues.
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