The emergence of cloud-native technologies such as microservices and containers has led to a golden age of application development. When combined with DevOps tools and processes, cloud-native environments drive automation and resilience across the application lifecycle, and businesses ultimately benefit by becoming more responsive to changing market conditions, along with dramatically improved products.
But the shift to microservices and container-based apps is rapidly evolving, and this poses new challenges for application and DevOps teams. As a result, cloud-native development will require organizations to rethink their tooling and processes, including their application performance monitoring (APM) strategies.
Read this analyst paper from ESG to:
- Explore the opportunities and challenges of transitioning to cloud-native environments
- Understand what APM capabilities are required to successfully monitor these modern applications
- Learn best practices for forming APM strategies that accelerate cloud-native journeys