Enterprise Observability delivers value beyond simply gathering data about application components. It automates the delivery of performance monitoring and application context to DevOps teams so they can optimize application performance and their delivery process. Enterprise Observability anchors on automation and context. The entire application lifecycle is automated - service discovery, dependency mapping, monitoring, tracing, end-user experience, root cause analysis and pipeline feedback. In addition, it ingests and analyzes data from all available sources such as logs and open-source software instrumentation. The final pieces are world-class visualization, powerful analytics, enabling DevOps to operate efficiently and all stakeholders to get the answers they need. Join us for this webcast to learn how IBM Observability with Instana delivers powerful, automated enterprise observability to not only monitor individual systems and contextualize data about them, but also correlate interactions between discrete applications and systems across your entire IT environment.
Raphael Weiner is VP of Product at Instana, where he and the team are focused on delivering better outcomes for APM/Observality users and buyers through automation, ease of use, and bringing teams together. He has spent the last decade building across both B2B and B2C products, and believes the future of enterprise software is user-centric. Raphael lives in Berlin and holds a Bachelor of Engineering from McGill University.
Mike Mallo is the IBM Hybrid Cloud technical offering manager for Instana. Mike joined IBM through the Tivoli acquisition over 25 years ago and has always had a passion for enterprise systems management. Recently, he has worked to broaden the observability space within IBM by creating partnerships with Humio, Sysdig, and Turbonomic and a key driver in the Instana acquisition. Prior to that, he has held offering management and development leadership roles creating new capabilities for IBM's clients in a number of products. Mike has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Marquette University and an MBA from Concordia University Texas.