The idea of monitoring your system isn’t new. Since the introduction of software, teams have been concerned about monitoring performance. And though traditional monitoring still has a place in the software development process, even “old school” monitoring tools are reconsidering how they fit in the monitoring landscape to avoid being left behind the competition.GET Quote
Devops Infrastructure Monitoring has brought over $300 million up in value, which shows financial specialists trust on its prosperity.
Many organizations are leaning into Agile and DevOps for their software development. With this transition comes an increase in demand for faster releases. To take advantage of Agile and DevOps, organizations need to take stock of their monitoring practices—they need to evolve to keep up.
As Nathan Harvey acknowledged, traditional monitoring focuses on low-level items. With Devops continuous integration (CI), and continuous delivery (CD), monitoring needs to level up and include all aspects of a system.
At MagnusMinds, we have completed multiple projects with Infrastructure automation.