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Complete observability & monitoring of your integration infrastructure

Integration is a fundamental part of any IT infrastructure. It allows organizations to connect different systems and applications together in order to share data and information. As organizations become more complex and interconnected, they need to ensure they have complete observability and monitoring of their integration architecture. This is essential in order to discover, understand and fix any issues that can arise.

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The Five Myths of Observability

Observability is a term that has gained a lot of traction in recent years, particularly in the realm of software engineering and DevOps. At its core, observability refers to the ability to gain insight into the internal workings of a system by observing its external outputs. This allows engineers to diagnose and troubleshoot issues with the system, as well as to monitor its performance and behaviour.

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Nastel Receives 18 Top Awards in G2 Winter 2023 Report

Nastel is honored to receive a total of 18 prominent badges across multiple categories as High Performers in the Winter 2023 report by G2. G2 is the world’s largest and most trusted software review platform marketplace. More than 80 million people use G2 to make smarter software decisions based on authentic peer reviews. Quarterly, G2 highlights the top-rated solutions in the industry, as chosen by the source that matters most: our customers.

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7 expert recommended data observability tools

Observability tools have traditionally focused on capturing and analyzing log data to improve application performance monitoring and security. Data observability turns the focus back on the data to improve data quality, tune data infrastructure and identify problems in data engineering pipelines and processes. “Data analysts and business users are the primary consumers of this data,” said Steven Zhang, director of engineering at Hippo Insurance.

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mission-critical application

A mission-critical application is a software program or suite of related programs that must function continuously in order for a business or segment of a business to be successful. If a mission-critical application experiences even brief downtime, the negative consequences are likely to be financial. In addition to lost productivity, a mission-critical app’s failure to function may also damage the business’ reputation.

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Outages ITOps professionals are thankful to avoid

As we settle into the time of year when we reflect on what we're thankful for, we tend to focus on important basics such as health, family and friends. But on a professional level, IT operations (ITOps) practitioners are thankful to avoid disastrous outages that can cause confusion, frustration, lost revenue and damaged reputations. The very last thing ITOps, network operations center (NOC) or site reliability engineering (SRE) teams want while eating their turkey and enjoying time with family is to get paged about an outage. These can be extremely costly - $12,913 per minute, in fact, and up to $1.5 million per hour for larger organizations.

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What is AIOps (artificial intelligence for IT operations)?

Deploying software to support the work of an enterprise is an increasingly complex job that’s often referred to as ‘devops.’ When enterprise teams started using artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to more efficiently and collaboratively run these operations, end users coined the term AIOps for these tasks.

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The Evolution of IBM Integration Bus to App Connect Enterprise

IBM Integration Bus was one of the first messaging middleware applications to be developed and it has gone through many iterations to reach the stage we are at today with App Connect Enterprise. Like any software application, it has become more feature-rich as time has passed and each iteration has marked a new milestone in the capabilities that it has delivered. We will trace some of the evolutionary paths of IBM Integration Bus to see how it came to be where it is today.