Myths and Realities in Telemetry Data Handling

Date: Thursday, February 22nd at 11am PT / 2pm ET

Operational telemetry data, events, logs, and metrics produced by applications and infrastructure have enormous potential to help organizations maintain and improve operational efficiency and customer service. However, unlocking the value of telemetry data has become a challenge for enterprises.

Data volumes are growing exponentially, driving up observability platform costs and slowing response times. Most organizations underestimate the impact of excessive and poorly understood telemetry data. But help is on the way! Telemetry Pipelines can enhance the value and reduce the cost of handling this data.

Matt Aslett, Director of Research at Ventana Research, now part of ISG., will discuss common misunderstandings in enterprise telemetry data management, share results from a recent market assessment, and provide suggestions for enterprises that want to turn what looks like data overload into a strategic asset. Matt will be joined by April Yep, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Mezmo.

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About the presenters:

April Yep, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Mezmo

April Yep is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Mezmo. April has multiple years of experience in the observability space at multiple companies such as Splunk and New Relic. April has seen the transformation from monitoring to observability and is looking forward to seeing how the market continues to evolve and write about it.

Matt Aslett, VP & Research Director, Ventana

Matt leads the expertise for Data, covering technology that improves the utilization and value of data and analytics. His focus areas of expertise and market coverage include analytic data platforms, data governance, data management, data operations, operational data platforms, and streaming data and events.

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