In today’s digital economy, the pressure to develop and release new software has become paramount to deliver great customer experiences and create a competitive advantage. Unfortunately, the process by which to deliver this software is increasingly complex and highly fragmented across various tools and teams. While this complexity increases, there is also no easy way to centrally measure, monitor and secure the overall performance of the software delivery pipeline in real-time.
Site reliability engineers (SREs) rely on monitoring and analytics tools like Sumo Logic to guarantee uptime and performance of their applications and various components or services in production. The ability to visually monitor, automatically generate alerts and efficiently troubleshoot an issue in real time has become table stakes for any modern SRE team.