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Mastering Telemetry Pipelines: A DevOps Lifecycle Approach to Data Management

Telemetry or observability data is overwhelming, but mastering the ever-growing deluge of logs, events, metrics, and traces can be transformative.

In this webinar, we propose a unique data-engineering approach to telemetry data management that comprises three phases: Understand, Optimize, and Respond. Understanding telemetry data means knowing your data’s origin, content, and patterns so you can discern signals from noise. Optimizing telemetry data reduces costs and increases data value by selectively filtering, routing, transforming, and enriching data. Responding refers to ensuring that teams always have the correct data if an incident happens or if there are data changes.

Start controlling your data with confidence.

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Telemetry or observability data is overwhelming, but mastering the ever-growing deluge of logs, events, metrics, and traces can be transformative.

In this webinar, we propose a unique data-engineering approach to telemetry data management that comprises three phases: Understand, Optimize, and Respond. Understanding telemetry data means knowing your data’s origin, content, and patterns so you can discern signals from noise. Optimizing telemetry data reduces costs and increases data value by selectively filtering, routing, transforming, and enriching data. Responding refers to ensuring that teams always have the correct data if an incident happens or if there are data changes.

Start controlling your data with confidence.

Telemetry or observability data is overwhelming, but mastering the ever-growing deluge of logs, events, metrics, and traces can be transformative.

In this webinar, we propose a unique data-engineering approach to telemetry data management that comprises three phases: Understand, Optimize, and Respond. Understanding telemetry data means knowing your data’s origin, content, and patterns so you can discern signals from noise. Optimizing telemetry data reduces costs and increases data value by selectively filtering, routing, transforming, and enriching data. Responding refers to ensuring that teams always have the correct data if an incident happens or if there are data changes.

Start controlling your data with confidence.

Telemetry or observability data is overwhelming, but mastering the ever-growing deluge of logs, events, metrics, and traces can be transformative.

In this webinar, we propose a unique data-engineering approach to telemetry data management that comprises three phases: Understand, Optimize, and Respond. Understanding telemetry data means knowing your data’s origin, content, and patterns so you can discern signals from noise. Optimizing telemetry data reduces costs and increases data value by selectively filtering, routing, transforming, and enriching data. Responding refers to ensuring that teams always have the correct data if an incident happens or if there are data changes.

Start controlling your data with confidence.

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