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TDWI Playbook | Performance Monitoring and Observability

November 15, 2022

Enterprises must keep constant watch over their data, applications, and other IT assets (as well as the end-to-end processes) while they are developed, deployed, managed, accessed, and consumed.

Observability is an essential tool for tracking the metrics—such as quality, availability, reliability, efficiency, and performance—that businesses apply to every IT asset. Observability tools enable organizations to continually monitor, correlate, assess, predict, manage, and optimize the health of their hardware, software, data, and other IT assets.

The foundational capabilities of observability—such as system monitoring, logging, and alerting—are built into many, if not most, enterprise IT systems. In addition, most enterprise systems provide the instrumentation needed to collect, correlate, visualize, and analyze the rich technical and operational metadata needed for comprehensive observability.

This playbook describes the business case for implementing enterprise-wide observability and best practices for getting started.

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