Many network monitoring and network performance management vendors have recently embraced “network observability” as a marketing term for their solutions, but the concept lacks a concrete definition. EMA research has found that 91% of network operations professionals think “network observability” is a useful concept, but they don’t agree on what it means. EMA defines network observability as a network monitoring system that collects a complete and diverse set of data to provide deep visibility and actionable insights into the current and future state of a network.
EMA’s new market research, “Network Observability: Delivering Actionable Insights to Network Operations,” establishes a roadmap for how vendors should improve their products to deliver deep visibility and actionable insights. More importantly, this research will help IT buyers understand what network management vendors mean when they talk about network observability and how they can turn that understanding into NetOps success.
Join EMA Vice President of Research Shamus McGillicuddy to get insights into this network observability research, based on a survey of more than 400 IT professionals and in-depth interviews with network engineers and architects from some of the largest enterprises and the world.
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