Nobl9 has introduced a next-generation platform called the Nobl9 Reliability Center, which aims to enhance the management of service level objectives (SLOs) and improve overall reliability.
Brian Singer, chief product officer for Nobl9, said in addition to enabling DevOps teams to meet SLOs, the Nobl9 Reliability Center also now provides a single source of truth about the state of reliability in an application environment.
The platform offers dashboards and reports to assign reliability scores based on the collected metrics from defined SLOs. These scores can be shared with senior business and IT leaders to gain a better understanding of the application environment's actual state.
Nobl9 Reliability Center addresses that need by providing dashboards and reports to assign reliability scores based on the metrics collected from the SLOs defined. Those scores can then be shared with senior business and IT leaders so they can better understand the actual state of an application environment, noted Singer.
Additionally, the platform recommends SLOs and policies and can automate runbooks to improve reliability. It aims to help DevOps teams continuously monitor and manage using SLOs, providing timely alerts to take action on.
That approach enables DevOps teams to make sense of conflicting alerts generated today by multiple monitoring and management tools. A recent survey published by Nobl9 found 72% of respondents are using six or more monitoring and observability tools.