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Research Report: Observability at the Speed of Innovation 2022


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IT innovation is happening at a record pace. With today’s complexities, you need deep insights into your IT environment—more than traditional monitoring tools can provide.  Enter modern observability, a critical application. Observability moves beyond monitoring to help teams understand what is actually happening in the system by bringing together and correlating information from all layers of your IT stack. Observability gives teams deeper, more actionable insights into both the state of a system and the reasons for its behavior.

In this webinar, you will learn about the results of a major survey about observability, including:

  • Respondents' goals for observability initiatives and their outcomes
  • Common struggles teams encounter as they look to adopt observability
  • The application of AIOps for observability initiatives
  • The four levels of observability maturity and how to map your own maturity level
Andreas Prins
VP, Product, StackState
Andreas Prins is VP, products at StackState, the topology-powered observability company. Prior to StackState, Andreas was director of engineering at Mendix. Previous experience includes executive product management roles at digital.ai, XebiaLabs and ING.
Šarūnas Jankevicius
Senior Team Manager in Observability and Toolset Engineering, Danske Bank
Šarūnas is senior team manager in observability and toolset engineering at Danske Bank. His career started in the IT industry in service desk management and cyber operations. Along the way, he moved into IT operations and, ultimately, observability. šarūnas has an active and creative mindset that drives him to continuously learn, constantly make forward progress and ultimately succeed at what he does.
Daniel (Dan) Kirsch
Principal Analyst and Managing Director, Techstrong Research
Dan is a consultant, IT industry analyst and thought leader focused on how emerging technologies such as AI, machine learning and advanced analytics are impacting businesses. Dan is particularly interested in how businesses use these emerging technologies to alter their approaches to information security, governance, risk and ethics. Dan provides advisory services directly to leadership at technology vendors that design and deliver security solutions, assisting them in aligning their solutions with enterprise requirements. Dan is viewed as an expert in understanding security solutions and mapping them to the complex needs of business across industries.
Prior to co-founding Techstrong Research, Dan was Managing Director at Hurwitz & Associates, an analyst and consulting firm. At Hurwitz & Associates Dan led research on a variety of studies and reports in the areas of data and AI, modern software development, security and multicloud computing.
Dan earned his B.A. in Political Science from Union College in New York and a J.D. from Boston College Law School, where he focused on emerging corporate strategies and intellectual property. As an attorney, Dan represented startups, cloud computing ventures and early stage startups as they sought funding. Dan is a co-author of “Augmented Intelligence: The Business Power of Human-Machine Collaboration” (CRC Press, 2020), “Cloud for Dummies” (John Wiley & Sons 2020), and “Hybrid Cloud for Dummies” (John Wiley & Sons, 2012).
Sharon Florentine
Managing Editor, Techstrong Group
Sharon is a veteran technology editor and former journalist with more than 20 years of experience writing and editing IT books and certification guides and print and digital magazines such as CRN, eWEEK, Computerworld and CIO.com, among others. She is passionate about diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice. She currently lives near Philadelphia, PA with her husband, son and a neurotic pit bull mix.

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