Understanding an organization’s primary objectives is key to steering its course. While startups focus on customer expansion, larger businesses strive to boost margins.
86% of respondents name technological obstacles as a barrier to observability adoption. These technological issues include poor legacy tools, a lack of platform alternatives, worries about open-source tools, and tool fragmentation. However, as these settings get more complex, the insights gained from conventional monitoring system performance and troubleshooting methods become insufficient. Here, the concept of observability becomes important! This blog will explore observability, why it matters, and how it can transform today’s IT infrastructure.