DevOps Monitoring

Lack of Visibility is Like Having One Arm Tied Behind Your Back

The drive for disruptive innovation has DevOps Dev Ops Teams feedback loop and performanceorganizations working feverishly to continuously plan, develop, deliver, integrate, test, and deploy new applications and services.  The ability to be more agile and efficient marks the difference between winners and losers in this highly competitive business environment.  Unfortunately, the quicker the deployment pipeline accelerates the more resistance it encounters from the growing “chaos” created due the increased speed of operation.  While automation and adoption of agile leadership principles helps control this chaos for continuous delivery, it also increases the chaos in the production environment.  As a result, DevOps can be at risk of becoming the next bottleneck that restricts the overall flow of the value stream to customers.

Without continuous and real-time visibility based on system-level telemetry, DevOps is essentially operating with one arm tied behind its back.

The Need for a System-level Telemetry Approach Across the Service Delivery Infrastructure

To keep up with the rapid pace of innovation, DevOps teams need to continuously monitor the IP traffic that traverses the service delivery infrastructure, so they can proactively detect service degradations, and gain actionable insight into all services interdependencies necessary to reduce the MTTR and resolve issues before users are adversely affected.

DevOps teams require end-to-end system-level visibility, which includes telemetry of load, latency and failure metrics for all service delivery systems and interdependencies amongst network, server, service enablers, databases and applications. This insight not only helps improve the speed of continuous planning, development, delivery, integration, testing, and deployment, but also optimizes operation’s efficiencies and provides a competitive advantage.

Using a system-level telemetry approach, DevOps can accomplish system triage to quickly identify the root cause of service issues. According to ZK Research, effective service triage can accelerate mean-time-to-knowledge (MTTK) by up to 90%, which allows DevOps to focus most of their time and effort on what really matters – delivering new applications.

Smart Data and Superior Analytics Power Your DevOps Success

In today’s era of digital transformation, the DevOps organization can be the difference between corporate success and failure. This means you need solutions you can count on to ensure that your services and applications are reliable and can adapt with an ever-changing environment. That’s where NETSCOUT can help.

Whether you operate physical appliances to monitor traditional workloads or measure the performance of virtualized systems, NETSCOUT’s hardware independent architecture is designed to operate in your environment of choice. We support physical appliances, virtual compute and storage resources on-premises, virtual networking on-premises (SDN/NFV), SDDC, and public, private and Hybrid Cloud. Our software solutions can run across mixed environments and access compute and storage resources anywhere.

True System-Level Visibiity

NETSCOUT offers true system-level visibility into all applications, infrastructure, and interdependencies down to the subsystems and services that run on them. With Adaptive Service Intelligence (ASI+) technology, NETSCOUT continuously monitors and processes traffic data at the source and generates truly smart data that can be analyzed in real-time or efficiently stored, using minimum necessary storage space, for future analysis. 

By using IP Traffic as the foundation for smart data, nGeniusONE offers real-time and trend-analysis-related telemetry and best-in-class analytics that help protect the deployment pipeline and increases DevOps agility.  Our solution empowers operations teams to reduce the service delivery infrastructure reliability risk associated with continuous deployment.

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