Growing Adoption of Observability Powers Business Transformation

Enterprises have been monitoring application performance for almost as long as we’ve had applications. But recent development trends — including the move to hybrid infrastructure, containers, microservices and, most recently, serverless functions, IoT and edge computing — make it difficult for legacy tools and approaches to keep up.

Observability bridges this gap, bringing advanced analytical capabilities to the standard set of metrics, logging and tracing to applications running in a wide variety of modern environments, where finding patterns among millions or billions of transactions that traverse complex architectures is a necessary part of daily life.

To read the rest of this article, please navigate to The New Stack.

About the Contributor

About the Contributor

John is a highly experienced Managing Director responsible for leading AArete’s Technology Solutions group, advising clients on technology strategy, development and implementation with a focus on profitability improvement, cost reduction and increased operational efficiencies. With experience working cross-sector as a CIO / CTO for high profile organizations such as HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group, Harrods and Barclays, he gained a track record of creating key change capabilities for complex business demands through technology solution delivery. Prior to joining AArete, he founded technology consultancies and spent 10+ years directing his company’s technical management and product development strategies. John is a graduate of Sheffield Hallam University, where he completed Master programmes in Enterprise Systems Management and IT Management and is a member of the IET and IEEE.