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Observability — A 3-Year Retrospective

By Deirdre Mahon  |   Last modified on September 3, 2019

Charity Majors contributes an article to The New Stack that takes a look at how far observability has come.  She describes its history, contributors, purpose, and her prediction for its future.  "I believe that in the next ~3 years, all three of those categories — APM, monitoring/metrics, logs, and possibly others — are likely to cease to exist. There will only be one category: observability."

 

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