Let’s be clear, observability is not a marketing buzzword for monitoring. In fact, it originates from core engineering and mathematical concepts, and it can be defined as a set of tools and practices that let you understand quickly when a system isn’t working, why it’s not working as it should, and how to make it work better.
So why is observability important now? How can you ensure observability of your systems? And what results can you expect when you have it?
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