Creating and Fulfilling SLOs for Optimized Business Outcomes
Read how the International Data Corporation (IDC) advises executives for digital businesses about SLOs; the business value of SLOs, the challenges SREs face, and guiding principles for how to create effective SLOs.
Kit Merker, Brian Singer, and Alex Nauda of Nobl9 recently contributed to the new O’Reilly book titled, “97 Things Every Cloud Engineer Should Know.”
Nine Tips to Recession-Proof Your Infrastructure
Due to economic turmoil and inflationary pressures, many businesses are preparing for the worst and a potentially protracted downturn. This guide will provide you with nine practical ideas that can be implemented to recession-proof your infrastructure.
A Blueprint for SLO Platform Selection
For many organizations, SRE, IT operations, and observability investments are accelerating to drive business results that depend on digital services and great customer experiences.
What Every CEO Needs to Know about SLOs
With contributions from Alex Nauda, Brian Singer, Kit Merker and Marcin Kurc this article outlines precisely what CEOs, CFOs, and others in an organization’s leadership roles should know about SLOs.
The State of Service Level Objectives 2022
Most companies have a wide array of observability and monitoring tools. They commonly provide visibility into IT operations, but that data now also provides deeper insights for security, compliance, AI/ML, and other applications.
451 Report: Nobl9 automates SLO and error budgeting
Site Reliability Engineering has introduced many organizations to the concept of Service Level Objectives and Error Budgets. Nobl9 aims to help organizations adopt the SLO framework by streamlining the SLO creation process and making it simpler to monitor whether the objectives are being met.
NOBL9 is a service level objective (SLO) Platform. NOBL9 offers an integrated approach to service reliability, helping teams adopt, measure, and optimize SLOs.
Amazon CloudWatch, Amazon Prometheus, Amazon Redshift, AppDynamics, Google Big Query, Datadog, Dynatrace, Elasticsearch, Grafana Loki, Graphite, Instana, Lightstep, New Relic, OpenTSDB, Pingdom, Prometheus, Splunk, Splunk Observability, Sumo Logic, and ThousandEyes
Discord, Jira, Microsoft Teams, Opsgenie, PagerDuty, ServiceNow, Slack, Email, and custom webhooks.
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