Splunk’s unified Observability platform brings together a wide set of capabilities that enable practitioners to regain control of their data, processes, and costs.
Everything is “observability” these days. But not all solutions are created equally. In fact, they are very different once you look behind the (architectural design) curtain. They have very different architectures and don’t collect data in the same way. Find out what the differences are and what you need to consider.
Traditional monitoring approaches struggle in digital platforms and they do not collect the rich data contained in the logs. Observability, with OpenTelemetry, is the key to managing these platforms and it is based on the capture and analysis of three types of telemetry; metrics, traces and logs.
Now you can use the Deployment Server to deploy the Splunk Distribution of the OpenTelemetry Collector.
In this third post of a series devoted to modeling DevOps data into a common set of mappings, Splunker Jeremy Hicks explores the Software Pipelines and their commonalities across the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC).
Learn how to isolate the root cause of incidents using Splunk Observability Cloud.