Is traditional monitoring dead?
The race to stay relevant and digitally transform has companies adopting new cloud technologies and development methodologies at a rapid pace. They are moving to public, private and hybrid clouds and implementing DevOps practices to accelerate time to market of new applications and features. And, what used to be a traditional cadence of software upgrades every 6 to 9 months, has changed into independent service updates that can happen daily, hourly, and in some cases, every few seconds.
While these companies are rapidly changing how they develop and deliver software, many overlook the operational complexities these changes introduce. They assume their existing monitoring tools are up to the task. Unfortunately, it usually takes a customer impact incident to expose the shortcomings of these tools in their new, highly dynamic, web scale applications.
In this infographic, we walk through four complexities companies need to be aware of as they move to cloud native application development and deployment. We also introduce the modern capabilities a monitoring solution must have to ensure an exceptional customer experience.
See how Dynatrace real full stack performance monitoring is helping companies deliver the experience your customer wants, end-to-end.
References to data cited in the infographic:
- Forrester: 91% of executives think their business will be disrupted by digital technologies in the next 12 months: Source: Understand the Digital Business Landscape, Forrester Research Inc., February 8, 2017
- Mercer: 97 percent of executives say that becoming a digital organization is important to their future: Source
- Capgemini: 87% of companies think that digital transformation is a competitive opportunity: Source
- PWC: 76% of CEOs are looking to invest in or acquire new technologies to manage disruption: Source
- 82 technologies - Dynatrace internal monitoring statistics
- 10 second container life - Dynatrace internal monitoring statistics
- Space Shuttle lines of code: Source
- Lines of code in an automobile: Source
- 1460 deployments per year: High performers from Puppet’s 2017 State of DevOps: Source
- Netflix 1000’s of times per day - TechBeacon: Source
- 40% of people abandon a website that takes more than 3 seconds to load - Kissmetrics: Source
- 183% average page weight increase: Source
- 47% of consumers expect a website to load in 2 seconds or less - Kissmetrics: Source
- Amazon 2 commits per second: Amazon employee