Observability solutions like Elastic Observability can include a wide range of tools and technologies, such as:
- Logging: Collecting and storing logs generated by various components of a system, which can be used for debugging, auditing, and analysis.
- Metrics: Collecting and storing time-series data that provides insight into the performance and behavior of a system, such as CPU usage, memory utilization, and network traffic.
- Tracing: Capturing and storing information about the flow of requests through a distributed system, allowing developers to identify and troubleshoot issues related to latency, errors, and other performance problems.
- Alerting: Setting up automated alerts that notify operators when certain events or conditions occur within a system, such as high CPU usage or low disk space.