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White Paper: Observability Maturity Model· Lodewijk Bogaards30 min read
Hot off the press! Download our Observability Maturity Model to help evaluate your current observability maturity level, improve observability throughout your organization and deliver a more reliable and resilient IT environment.
Press Release: StackState Achieves SOC 2 / SOC 3 Compliance· Heidi Gilmore2 min read
StackState, the only topology-powered observability company, has achieved SOC 2 / SOC 3 compliance. SOC 2 demonstrates that an organization has key controls in place to safeguard data and attests to the effectiveness of those controls.
StackPod: Jujhar Singh of Thoughtworks on Why Technology Is Always About People· Annerieke Kortier3 min read
We're thrilled to share that Jujhar Singh, lead consultant at Thoughtworks, was a guest in our podcast! Here's what Jujhar and Anthony talked about.
Tech: Why It’s Always About the People With Jujhar Singh of Thoughtworks | StackPod Episode 18· Annerieke Kortier31 min listen
In this episode, you will hear Jujhar talk about why tech is always about the people, how you can enable engineering teams to make their lives easier and why platform teams can be an answer to that, and much more. Enjoy the episode!
SOC 2: Data Security for Cloud-Based Observability· Russell Foster3 min read
StackState has achieved SOC 2, SOC 3 compliance! By gaining this globally-recognized certification, you can rest assured that we are looking after your data.
EP #17: Making Customers Successful With Martin Lako of StackState· Annerieke Kortier27 min listen
On a daily basis, Martin and his team do all they can to make our customers as successful as possible - even, or especially, when our customer's IT environments are highly complex. We were eager to learn how he does that. Enjoy the episode!
StackPod: Making Customers Successful With Martin Lako of StackState· Annerieke Kortier6 min read
We published a new StackPod episode! This time, we invited StackState Director of Customer Success, Martin Lako. Here's what it is all about.
A Data Lake Is Not Enough to Keep Your Observability Ambitions Afloat· Lisa Wells12 min read
A data lake alone does not provide the depth of observability you really need. In this article, Lisa Wells explains why.
Webinar: Getting Started With Observability1 min watch
This webinar covers how to get started with observability. It will include steps such as: instrumenting your application for observability, ensuring data coming out of various tools and systems is uniform and clean and more.
Webinar on demand: Observability Maturity Model60 min watch
Watch an on demand webinar for a discussion about the four stages of observability maturity. Learn what level your organization is at and the steps you can take to move up in your observability maturity.
What You Need to Know in This Year’s Upskilling IT Global Report· Andreas Prins5 min read
As a gold sponsor for DevOps Institute’s fourth annual Upskilling IT report, we compiled some key takeaways. However, there is so much more to get from this report – so download and read the full report today.
Press Release: StackState’s v5.0 Release Delivers New 4T Monitors, Applying the Power of Topology to Transform Traditional IT Monitoring· Heidi Gilmore4 min read
StackState, the only topology-powered observability company, today announced v5.0 of its observability platform. The release includes 4T® Monitors, a new and improved Topology Visualizer, an updated StackState CLI and more.
StackState’s v5.0 Release Delivers New 4T Monitors and More: Apply the Power of Topology to Transform Traditional IT Monitoring· Lisa Wells12 min read
We are excited to announce that we just released v5.0 of StackState’s observability and AIOps platform! Including new 4T® Monitors, an improved Topology Visualizer, a new CLI, expanded support for OpenTelemetry traces and much more.
Big Relationships Grow From Big Data: UMBRiO, StackState and Splunk· Jeroen Storm4 min read
Seven years ago, I was focused on big data. Little did I know that focusing on big data would lead to big relationships. The long-standing relationship I have had with UMBRiO now extends across StackState.