Mike Eisenberg, Senior Solution Engineer, VMware and Colleen Marinelli, Senior Product Marketing Manager, VMware
Organisations have evolved their cloud strategies to multi-cloud environments and are adopting more containers, microservices, and cloud native technologies. This is creating increasingly distributed systems, making it harder to gain a comprehensive view into how they are performing.
This year’s State of Observability report, commissioned by VMware, shows that 89 percent of respondents agree that today’s applications are significantly more complex and 97 report challenges in their ability to monitor cloud application environments, with visibility and insight issues growing from last year.
In this webinar, we’ll introduce how Tanzu Observability provides critical answers, not data, so you can move quickly to the “why” about the performance of your applications, correlated with underlying cloud infrastructure and end user experience. Along with a look at the 2022 State of Observability report, you’ll learn how Tanzu Observability:
- Provides visibility into Kubernetes components and CI/CD pipelines
- Automatic discovery Kubernetes workloads with zero configuration
- Instant real-time alerting across multi-cloud environments at high scale