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Why 2022 Can Be the Year Financial Services Providers Embrace Ethical AI

Nearly two years after a global pandemic sent most banking customers online, the majority of financial institutions appear to be embracing digital transformation. But many still have a long way to go. For example, a rece Read more…

Splunk Shows Off Automated Anomaly Detection and More at .Conf22

Splunk kicked off its .conf22 user conference today by unveiling a host of updates to its core platform, including a demonstration of an automated anomaly detection system based on machine learning of time-series data an Read more…

VCs Open Up the Checkbook for Observability Startups

Observability continues to be one of the biggest tech trends in big data. It certainly has the attention of venture capitalists, who have committed hundreds of millions of dollars to data observability startups in recent Read more…

Cribl Announces $150M Series D, Launches Cribl Search

Observability vendor Cribl has announced a $150 million Series D round, bringing the company’s total funding to $400 million. Additionally, Cribl introduced a new product, Cribl Search, which it calls “a bold new Read more…

Confluent Gives Streaming Data More Enterprise Chops

Confluent today unveiled an update to its streaming data platform that will introduce new enterprise features, including more fine-grained permissions for data access, data observability, and a guarantee of four-nines of Read more…

AWS Charts a Multi-Pronged Path to IT Observability

There are scale problems in IT, and then there are AWS-scale problems. The size and complexity of the world’s largest public cloud provider dwarfs pretty much everything else. So  when it comes to collecting and analy Read more…

How Intelligent Observability Unleashes Innovation

Companies are constantly on the hook to push the frontiers of innovation. Just look at what happens when businesses blunder modernization: Nokia rested on its hardware laurels without improving its cell phone software, X Read more…

Observability and AIOps Tools Rise with Big MELT Data

The hottest space in big data at the moment arguably exists between the two pillars of AIOps and observability, where a crush of metric, event, log, and trace (MELT) data threatens to overwhelm IT professionals. Not surp Read more…

Cribl Seeks Control of Observability Data Run Amok

If you’re struggling to keep a handle on the growing mounds of observability data in your shop, you’re not alone. Many companies today are straining to keep up with daily log data rates exceeding 10 to 100 terabytes Read more…

Companies Drowning in Observability Data, Dynatrace Says

If you’re finding it difficult to manage a sprawling infrastructure spanning multiple clouds running constantly changing containerized workloads, you’re not alone. According to a study released this week by Dynatrace Read more…

Kubernetes Adoption Widespread for Big Data, But Monitoring and Tuning Are Issues, Survey Finds

Kubernetes may be a complex piece of software that can be difficult to monitor and manage. But the benefits of running applications in the popular container orchestration system appear to outweigh the disadvantages, beca Read more…

IBM Brings AI to Monitor Petabytes of Network Traffic

As networks and applications become more complex, so does unravelling performance problems. In fact, even detecting the existence of errors in a SD-WAN can be a challenge in our virtual-everything world. To help solve th Read more…

AIOps: Beat the DevOps Arms Race

When we consider operational challenges in the technologi field, it’s tempting to think of them as a continual battle. We detect an issue, remediate it, and put improvements in place to prevent it from recurring. Detec Read more…

Cloud Getting Expensive? That’s By Design, But Don’t Blame the Clouds

Cloud adoption has flourished under COVID-19, thanks to the twin tailwinds of work-from-home and digital transformation. But escalating cost is emerging as a top problem as customers seek financial relief from public clo Read more…

Here’s What Splunk Announced Today at .conf21

Today marked the start of .conf21, Splunk’s annual user conference, which the company traditionally uses to unveil enhancements and customer success. This conference proved no different, as the big data vendor released Read more…

Hydrolix Puts Big Log Data In Its Place: The Cloud

A startup named Hydrolix has arrived on the big data scene to give providers of log data storage and analytics solutions a run for their money. Its secret sauce: a distributed system designed to store, index, and query h Read more…

OpenTelemetry Gains Momentum as Observability Standard

Traditionally, companies that needed application performance management (APM) capabilities turned to closed-source tools and technologies, such as Splunk, New Relic, and Dynatrace. But in the emerging observability world Read more…

In Search of the Modern Data Stack

The modern data stack is many things to many people. It’s multi-cloud! It’s the data mesh! It’s BI plus AI! To get a better visibility into just what the modern data stack is, how it’s evolving, and why it all ma Read more…

Who’s Winning In the $17B AIOps and Observability Market

One of the hottest areas of big data at the moment is log monitoring and its adjacent disciplines, AIOps and cloud observability. The market, which some estimate is worth $17 billion per year, is in the midst of a transf Read more…

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