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  • 24 February 2022

    Voice of the Enterprise: DevOps, Organizational Dynamics - Advisory Report

    Voice of the Enterprise: DevOps provides a broad, integrated view of enterprise IT strategy and initiatives, the underlying technology and business drivers, and the nature, pace, and direction of DevOps adoption. This report will be published in three cumulative chapters over a period of weeks. As of 2/17, this report contains parts 1-3 of 3.

  • 19 January 2022

    OpenTelemetry is on its way to becoming a de facto data collection standard

    The open source CNCF project OpenTelemetry has become a hot topic in observability as it shows growing potential as a standardized method for data collection of traces, logs and metrics. But how far off is broader implementation and what impact will it have on the market?

  • 5 January 2022

    AWS re:Invent roundup Part 2: A return to Vegas for re:Invent's 10th anniversary

    AWS re:Invent 2021 included the return of in-person attendance. It was the first re:Invent with CEO Adam Selipsky at the helm and AWS ran its typical playbook: a handful of strategic initiatives and a slew of incremental improvements. Overarching themes put front and center included sustainability and partner relationships.

  • 23 December 2021

    AWS re:Invent roundup, Part 1: A return to Las Vegas for event's 10th anniversary

    Featuring the return of in-person attendance, it was the first re:Invent with CEO Adam Selipsky at the helm, and AWS ran its typical playbook: a handful of strategic initiatives and a slew of incremental improvements. Overarching themes included sustainability and partner relationships.

  • 17 December 2021

    AWS broadens CloudWatch's horizons by adding RUM, Metrics Insights and feature flags

    As the company continues to evolve its observability strategy, AWS has been on a steady march of expanding the capabilities of CloudWatch. The recent additions, such as RUM and feature flags, should appeal to cloud-native users that turn to their cloud provider first for their default stack. There will be implications for other observability vendors increasingly in 'coopetition' with AWS.

  • 16 December 2021

    Datadog continues expansion in all directions, from RUM and APM to partner apps and cloud cost

    The observability vendor has enhanced existing products and announced new ones. While Datadog continues to refine its platform, recent announcements reveal new opportunities as it seeks to benefit from third-party tools and form tighter integrations with its own services and data.

  • 16 December 2021

    Application and Infrastructure Performance Market Map 2021

    Growing complexity of distributed applications along with hybrid and multicloud adoption has put the spotlight on application performance management, log management and monitoring as organizations aim to maintain visibility, improve incident response and gain contextual understanding of their applications and infrastructure. Observability, open source, AI enhancements and automation are some of the key aspects organizations are considering as they modernize their applications and seek to maintain both granular and wide-ranging visibility.

  • 14 December 2021

    2022 Trends in Cloud Native

    In less than a decade, cloud native has been established as the prevailing mindset for application and infrastructure architecture. The next steps are to reduce its complexity and improve integration of its parts to drive increased developer productivity for delivering the benefits of cloud native as advertised: better, faster and cheaper.

  • 13 December 2021

    2022 Trends in Applied Infrastructure & DevOps

    The secular transition to DevOps/CI/CD, cloud-to-ground IT architectures, and as-a-service consumption models are gathering momentum such that IT solutions including on-premises systems must be redesigned to better support cloud-native operations and end-to-end observability and automation. Edge-to-core innovations such as 5G, AI and quantum computing are set to power the next generation of UI and IoT devices.

  • 7 December 2021

    Red Hat's emerging-technologies team ? a source of innovation such as? AIDevSecOps?

    The company's emerging-technologies team is a cornerstone to Red Hat's efforts to stay innovative, drive product strategy and foster open source engagement. Current projects cover a range of topics, including AIOps and MLOps.