Observability vs. APM vs. Monitoring



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The terms Observability, APM, and Monitoring often get used interchangeably but these terms actually mean quite different things.

In this lightboard video, Sai Vennam with IBM Cloud, explains the difference between each of these terms and how an Enterprise Observability Solution can ultimately help free up your DevOps teams from the burden of manual observability and application monitoring.

Timestamps
0:00 – Intro
0:17 – Application Performance Management
3:32 – Observability
4:41 – Monitoring
6:17 – Three Key Criteria for an Enterprise Observability Solution

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17 thoughts on “Observability vs. APM vs. Monitoring”
  1. I got an opportunity as a Monitoring engineer in apm tools(Dynatrace, Appdynamics). After that the career progression is to APM developer l, SME, AIOPS. Is this a good career for non IT background. Because im a mechanical engineer deciding to change my domain and i don't have coding experience.

  2. This is one of the best videos I have ever seen on the IBM learning platform – well done, Sai!

  3. I have watched several of your videos and I love the product agnostic approach, with the short IBM pitch at the end. They are always useful and informative. If you ever want a change in scenery, let me know 😉 Very well done.

  4. This is a good explanation of several terms, however the differences between the two terms is not clear. This is one of the terms that become a technology trend and confuse people.

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