As technology advances, businesses rely on more complex systems to operate their services. However, maintaining and protecting these systems is becoming increasingly challenging, especially with the ever-growing amount of data and alerts that need to be managed. Splunk Observability Cloud offers a solution to these challenges with its new enhancements that provide increased visibility and a more unified approach to incident response.
One of the primary benefits of Splunk Observability Cloud is the ability to observe every aspect of your system, from the end-user experience through the cloud network and across every transaction. With this level of observability, engineering teams can quickly isolate the cause of an issue, even when the alert call is coming from inside the house. The improved alerting accuracy also helps teams respond to issues more efficiently and brings order to on-call chaos within a single UI.
Observability Cloud also offers enhanced visibility across the entire tech stack, providing context from every problematic user session to any tag experiencing an issue. This context helps teams find the source of issues faster and identify how any issue impacts their customers. Whether your organization operates monolithic or microservices architectures, these new capabilities provide a unified approach to incident response that enables teams to troubleshoot issues quickly and effectively.
The new Splunk Application Performance Monitoring (APM) Trace Analyzer is another significant enhancement to Splunk Observability Cloud. This tool enables teams to confidently detect patterns across billions of transactions and find specific issues for any tag, user, or service. The Splunk APM Trace Analyzer helps teams identify unknown issues causing problems across endless combinations of tags and metadata. They can troubleshoot issues for specific users and understand how an issue impacts customer groups, allowing them to prioritize issues and focus on what matters most.
In addition to these new capabilities, Splunk’s Observability Cloud has also extended Splunk’s industry-leading capabilities for logging and incident response. This extension unites teams with the shared context they need when troubleshooting their entire production environment. This shared context enables teams to work together more efficiently and effectively, reducing the time to resolution and improving overall system reliability.
Aliado is using these new enhancements to provide dev/ops engineering teams with the necessary tools to maintain and protect their digital resources effectively. With increased visibility and a more unified approach to incident response, teams can troubleshoot issues faster and more efficiently. The Splunk APM Trace Analyzer and extended logging and incident response capabilities provide teams with the shared context they need to work together effectively, reducing the time to resolution and improving overall system reliability.
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Splunk Application Performance Monitoring (APM) AutoDetect: APM AutoDetect uses machine learning (ML) to significantly improve accuracy and reduce the manual effort required to set up service alerts. AutoDetect gives you an easier way to establish performance baselines for every service, create automatic detectors for sudden changes in latency, errors, and request rates, and customize and subscribe to notifications for alerts on these detectors. As a result, you’ll spend less time reconfiguring your alerts and receive the most accurate alerting across your cloud-native environments.
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