Digital Enterprise Journal (DEJ) surveyed more than 1,300 organizations to 1) determine what Observability really means to user organizations (beyond vendors’ marketing and being a buzzword); 2) identify the true value areas of Observability; 3) allow organizations to benchmark their performance and identify a class of top performing organizations: 4) analyze capabilities that are having the most impact on performance; and 5) provide data-backed recommendations for achieving performance levels of leading organizations in adopting Observability.
This study includes a variety of topics around adopting Observability and some of the key findings include:
- 9x – Increase in adopting a cloud native approach over the last 3 years
- 58% – reported that they lost visibility into the digital service delivery chain after conducting modernization projects
- 68% – reported delivering exceptional digital experiences as the key goal for adopting Observability
- $35.53 million – annual loss due to delays in application releases
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The complementary version can be downloaded on the websites of vendors that own distribution rights to the study, such as Chronosphere (co-branded copy) and Coralogix.