Recent Release | 20 Jul 2023

Beyond Efficiency: Overcoming digital complexity through observability

Thought Leadership Team

Oxford Economics

As computing environments become more complex, organizations will continue to grapple with gaining much-needed visibility into system performance. Those that implement observability practices across their businesses can gain the insights needed to boost efficiencies, improve both business performance and customer experiences, expand revenue streams, and encourage innovation. Not only can observability save them money—eight hours of downtime monthly on average costs more than $1 million—organizations will be well positioned to deftly navigate the inevitable shifts in economies and business priorities.

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Matthew Reynolds

Senior Research Manager, Thought Leadership

Teri Robinson

Managing Editor, Thought Leadership

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