Gaining observability in cloud native applications

IBM whitepaper Gaining observability in cloud native applications
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Observability in software development refers to the ability to comprehend the behavior of a system. Programmers can visualize possible performance by gathering, processing, and presenting information to different stakeholders.

Gain Observability in Cloud-Native Applications explores the significance of observability in the context of cloud-native environments. This document emphasizes the risks associated with neglecting observability practices and presents the numerous benefits it brings to cloud-native applications.

 This comprehensive guide covers:

- Understanding the distinction between cloud-based and cloud-native technologies.

- Exploring the challenges of achieving observability in cloud-native environments.

- Identifying critical characteristics necessary for effective observability in monitoring and troubleshooting.

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