Organizations that build rich observability and security practices into everything they do can expect to see compounding benefits in security, performance and cost savings each year. A strong observability practice gives organizations a sizable advantage over the competition.
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A global survey finds that organizations face more — and more serious — security challenges than ever.
Exacerbated by the pressures of the pandemic, the rise of dangerous avenues of attack and a crisis of staff burnout, security teams are dealing with a lot:
See how security leaders worldwide are beating ever-rising challenges in 2022 and key recommendations for future-proofing your organization in the free State of Security Report.
In the last 12 months, observability has gone from a nice-to-have to essential, and the research explains why. A survey of 1,250 observability practitioners, managers and experts defines the concrete outcomes from having a mature observability practice:
The research reveals how organizations with a mature observability practice have measurably better outcomes, including accelerated development and deployment, faster time to detect and resolve problems, and less downtime. Get the report to see the research in full.
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