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The State of Observability 2022 

This year’s survey finds cloud environments are more complex than ever, as visibility challenges have started to bottleneck processes. The consensus is that broader team visibility would yield better service availability. As a result, 98% of survey respondents say observability capabilities would benefit their organization. 

This study examines the growth of modern cloud environments—from containers to microservices—and how observability can eliminate monitoring challenges. 

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Chapter 1

Executive Summary

Chapter 2

Executives: Why You Should Care

Chapter 3

Intro to Containers

Chapter 4

Principles of Kubernetes

Chapter 5

How it Helps Your Business

Chapter 6

How Kubernetes Works

Chapter 7

What To Do Next?


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This report features several key takeaways: 

Use of observability tools grew in the past year. 98% of survey respondents say observability capabilities would benefit their organization.””
Observability is needed for modern applications.
Today’s modern cloud applications are significantly more complex than ever before.
Traditional monitoring approaches break when used with modern applications.

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