In the context of technology-dependent business processes, the ability to react to events in a timely, cause-related and highly automated manner is increasingly becoming a competitive advantage. Monitoring is therefore a central building block for fulfilling legal requirements and the targeted steering and processess' optimization.
In order to combine the dynamics of change with the objective of operational stability, the development and operation of applications are increasingly integrated. This challenge is based on the apparent conflict of a permanent improvement ('continuous delivery') and the currently widespread separation between project/change and line/run. Close monitoring for DevOps allows us to adequately meet our clients' time-critical business requirements in an operationally stable manner.
Monitoring is an overarching term for all types of direct systematic recording (logging), measurement, observation or monitoring of a process or procedure by means of technical tools or other observation systems. The repeated regular execution is a central element of the respective investigation programs in order to draw conclusions on the basis of comparing results. One function of monitoring is a controlled intervention in an observed process, in case it does not take the desired course or certain threshold values are undercut or exceeded.