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#Observability

Interview with Erez Berkner, co-founder and CEO of Lumigo

“Lumigo is purpose-built for cloud-native”

Erez Berkner, the co-founder and CEO of Lumigo, spoke with JAXenter about the cloud observability space, elaborating on what it’s trying to solve and how it’s different from monitoring. He explains in detail how Lumigo helps make sense of the ever-growing complexity of cloud-native applications and allows developers to find the root cause of an issue in highly-distributed systems. Erez explains Lumigo’s decision to expand to Kubernetes and hybrid apps and reveals the company’s plans for further down the road.

Looking ahead around observability

Observability and security – where are the crossover points?

Gartner has predicted more than 75 percent of global organizations will be running containerised applications in production by 2022. With so many more moving parts to look at, developers have to automate how they gather data on their infrastructure components, while security teams have to understand the new models for applications too.

The three pillars of observability, explained

Demystifying observability

Let’s clear the mists from observability. Observability is finding out why something is broken, determining the impact of that break, and assessing if the changes we think will fix the problem actually will and do fix that problem. In this article, Cory Watson discusses the three pillars of observability, where to start, and what it can do to change not only your IT incidents but also your work culture.