The digital world has become fully integrated into everyday lives. So, customers today have high expectations for every online interaction. Any online inconvenience can send your customer off in the other direction.
That's why cloud native enterprises need cloud observability - so that organizations can successfully compete in the slippery digital world of the 2020s. Cloud observability offers teams the ability to reduce risks and prevent customer-facing issues.
"Cloud observability platforms such as Chronospherecan improve the
odds that cloud-native enterprises will meet customer expectations
for a smooth and reliable digital experience."
In the Eckerson Group’s latest Tech Opportunity Brief, Kevin Petrie explores the ins and outs of cloud observability and why teams need it. The brief covers:
What cloud observability is
What challenges cloud observability addresses
Why cloud native enterprises need cloud observability