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  • 29 June 2020

    StackState serves the enterprise by bringing modern monitoring to hybrid environments

    The company takes a modern approach to monitoring but serves enterprises that have a mix of both new and old. It continues to build on its platform that is designed to bring together data collected by different monitoring tools about the traditional and cloud-native environments that its customers run.

  • 25 June 2020

    COVID-19 fuels demand for monitoring tools as digital customer experience projects accelerate

    Enterprise IT priorities are evolving quickly in response to dramatic shifts in the market caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. While there is plenty of uncertainty in the market and real stress on particular segments, the monitoring sector should be sustained by the growing importance of digital engagement channels.

  • 25 June 2020

    Cloud-Native Market Monitor: Serverless

    Serverless computing has the potential to revolutionize the way applications in the cloud are developed, built and operated. The key to understanding the power of serverless is not technology " it's the economics of using what is essentially a fully managed service that can meet the exact need at every time, both at scale and down to zero. Serverless has become a real option for developers with both small and large requirements, and we firmly believe that the popularity of serverless will continue growing over the next several years, along with its impact on the industry. As a deployment model, adapting a monolithic application for serverless takes a fair bit of engineering, which means this architecture is more likely to be used for net-new development; lack of an open standard means these programs tend to be siloed within a given cloud environment, attaching customers to (and generating revenue from) other services from that provider. Given the leverage potential providers have revealed within their serverless offerings, locking in high-value customers with a lower or no-cost sticky set of services could prove an easy decision for providers to make. As a result, there is a realistic possibility that serverless functionality increasingly becomes embedded in cost of sales and transitions from a stand-alone market to an embedded feature of a broader cloud service. This report leverages 451 Research's deep knowledge of and relationships within the serverless market. Included is our market taxonomy and sector definitions, a market forecast with a scenario analysis that incorporates a range of proprietary survey data specific to the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic and a view of the competitive landscape for each of the market sectors. Additionally, this report includes an analysis of vendor capabilities and traits.

  • 18 June 2020

    COVID-19 Update: 2020 Trends in Applied Infrastructure & DevOps

    The coronavirus outbreak has rapidly shifted global markets, including those related to enterprise and service provider technologies, since we published our 2020 Trends report on Applied Infrastructure & DevOps in December 2019. This foreword serves as an update to our 2020 predictions in light of market changes due to COVID-19.

  • 17 June 2020

    Sticking with open source, Logz.io adds metrics and distributed traces

    The vendor has launched an infrastructure monitoring service using Grafana and open source collectors, and has a Jaeger-based distributed tracing service in beta. Logz.io should benefit from the current enthusiasm for open source in monitoring.

  • 15 June 2020

    PagerDuty continues to build beyond IT alerting

    Event correlation was one of PagerDuty's first forays beyond the realm of alerting and on-call management, and now it's driving growth by targeting customer service and security use cases, building on the insight it gains via events and alerts to deliver additional capabilities.

  • 1 June 2020

    Scalyr scales its back end to meet growing need for logs in cloud-native environments

    As organizations adopt complex and dynamic cloud-native technologies, they begin to require tools that can collect a growing volume of logs and quickly analyze them. With a reworked back end, Scalyr is aiming at the very high end of this market.

  • 19 May 2020

    Zenoss continues to execute on vision of analyzing metrics, logs and traces

    Since building an entirely new SaaS offering, Zenoss has moved forward with new capabilities and, notably, growing the types of data it can ingest and analyze. It is getting closer to being able to analyze metrics, logs and traces, a capability that can help solve some of the pressing problems facing organizations that have adopted cloud-native technologies.

  • 11 May 2020

    Coverage Initiation: Zebrium harnesses machine learning to replicate human troubleshooting process

    Starting with logs, Zebrium's mission is to automate monitoring by removing some of the guesswork involved with identifying and tracking events. It uses machine learning to parse logs and categorize events, and then looks for groups of anomalies across event streams, indicating a possible incident.

  • 1 May 2020

    AIOps definition is broad, as is adoption

    Our research indicates that the hype around AIOps is warranted, with nearly half of the respondents in our DevOps survey currently using an AIOps tool. We also found that take-up is stronger among organizations that have more fully embraced DevOps practices.