EMA (Enterprise Management Associates) asked over 1,000 AIOps and IT Operations practitioners about their current deployments and plans for the future. The applications for IT Operations analytics are continuing to grow beyond pure DevOps monitoring to now include end-user-experience monitoring, security monitoring, and capacity planning analytics. It is easy to see the drivers for this rapid expansion.
Sumo Logic recently published the 2018 State of Modern Applications & DevSecOps in the Cloud report, which provides data-driven insights, best practices, and year-over-year trends by analyzing technology adoption among enterprises who run massive applications on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
Sumo Logic published it’s second annual State of Modern Applications and DevSecOps in the Cloud report, which offers data-driven insights, best practices and trends by analyzing technology adoption among more than 1,600 Sumo Logic customers who run massive mission-critical modern applications on cloud platforms.
Enterprises today are shifting towards modern IT architectures and moving to the cloud. And for good reason. These new architectures offer agility, faster application code delivery, and highly scalable, elastic solutions. In order to manage these applications – from an operational and security standpoint — enterprises are turning to machine data analytics solutions like Sumo Logic.
It’s no secret that microservices are taking the IT operations world by storm and forcing every company to ask themselves whether or not microservices is a fit for their application. While this approach certainly is a departure from the monolithic application development strategies of the past, it is hard to ignore with industry titans like Netflix and Amazon leading the way.