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Observability: Getting a better view into cloud performance
Part of the On Cloud Podcast series
With the rise of cloud complexity, traditional IT monitoring processes need an overhaul. Observability fills that need by enabling companies to wade through complexity and collaborate to understand their cloud environment better.
Leveraging observability to better understand your cloud environment
Observability is the new buzzword in cloud, and many people confuse it with monitoring, but it’s so much more. In this episode, Mike Kavis talks with Erez Barak, VP of Product Development at Sumo Logic, about observability—what it is, how it helps organizations deal with cloud complexity, and how it's helped by (and helps) AI. To implement observability successfully, however, a new IT operating model that removes silos and fosters collaboration is absolutely essential.
Observability is thinking about that [cloud] environment, thinking about the applications we build in that environment, and providing a view into them.
Erez Barak is Vice President of Product Development at Sumo Logic. Prior to Sumo Logic, Erez was part of the Microsoft Azure team working on the AI platform and managing the Azure Machine Learning service.
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