Analytics Insights Into Your Applications
Visualize Tanzu Application Service Platform Components
Tanzu Observability by Wavefront provides analytics and fully integrated visibility, tracing, and alerting into applications and Tanzu Application Service platform components. With Tanzu Observability, operators, SREs, and developers can:
- Correlate application with what’s going on at all levels of the stack, including platform components, VMs, and more
- Find leading problem indicators for containerized applications at any scale using real-time analytics
- See the impact of new code, and accelerate production delivery while reducing MTTR
- Collaborate by instantly sharing any view across teams
Utilize Prepackaged Tanzu Application Service Alerts, or Create Customized Ones
Tanzu Observability makes it easy to analyze your Tanzu Application Service data and quickly assess what’s happening across your applications and environment. Tanzu Observability’s powerful query language and distributed tracing allow developers to immediately see the impact of code change, and to examine platform component metrics. Application maps support drill down for fast incident resolution at any scale.
Scale Applications Faster with Immediate Insight into the Impact of Changes
Tanzu Application Service spins up service- and microservices-based applications so that you don’t have to worry about scaling. Enabling you to optimize application performance, Tanzu Observability ensures deployment of data security with data encryption at rest and in motion between application and service.
“The Cloud native movement is about making distributed systems thinking ubiquitous, but with that comes the need for a profound new skillset that every PCF platform operator, SRE and developer would need, and no skillset is complete without a handy set of tools. My first tool of choice is Wavefront, we’ve been using it as the first step in our observability approach for PAS applications running across multiple clouds with multiple kubernetes and non kubernetes clusters.” - Emad Benjamin, Chief Technologist, Application Platforms, VMware OCTO