As data volumes continue to grow and observability plays an ever-greater role in ensuring optimal website and application performance, responsibility for end-user experience is shifting left. This can create a messy situation with hundreds of R&D members from back-end engineers, front-end teams as well as DevOps and SREs, all shipping data and creating their own dashboards and alerts.
Cloudwatch is a standard component for any AWS user, with tight integrations into every AWS service. While Cloudwatch initially seems like a cost-effective solution, its lack of functionality and flexibility can result in higher costs. Let’s explore Coralogix vs Cloudwatch.
With constantly decreasing user attention spans, ensuring a seamless user experience has become a priority for all digital businesses. Users who encounter minimal application disruptions and responsive interactions will likely stay engaged and loyal to your product. And that’s exactly what RUM or Real User Monitoring tools such as Coralogix’s RUM solution offer.
There are several reasons for creating a highly efficient and performant database in the current web era. RocksDB is an embedded key-value store designed for efficient data storage and retrieval. It is an open-source database engine developed by Facebook, which builds upon the strengths of LevelDB while incorporating several enhancements for durability, scalability, and performance.
Observe is a SaaS based observability tool built on Snowflake. It offers a graph-style approach to observability data, claiming that this makes it easier to correlate data in a seamless fashion. Let’s see how Observe compares to Coralogix.
Monitoring distributed systems means collecting data from various sources, including servers, containers, and applications. In large organizations, this data distribution makes it harder to get a single view of the performance of their entire system. OpenTelemetry helps you streamline your full-stack observability efforts by giving you a single, universal format for collecting and sending telemetry data. Thus, OpenTelemetry makes improving performance and troubleshooting issues easier for teams.