Building observable systems require understanding the concept of observability and its three pillars—metrics, logs, and traces. However, implementing a solution based solely on the three pillars is not enough. There is more to observability that goes beyond gathering data and making sense of it.
Application Performance Management (APM) tools have evolved along with the modernization of applications and IT infrastructures. From simply monitoring the availability and performance of legacy applications to having the ability to discover and analyze distributed systems, we found ourselves in dire need to understand systems and applications on a much deeper level.
SAP has been widely regarded for its software solutions having complex user interfaces. In May 2013, when SAP announced the launch of SAP Fiori as “a collection of apps that are simple, easy-to-use, and provide an intuitive user experience for broadly and frequently used SAP software functions, across a variety of devices — desktop, tablet, smartphone — to help easily get the job done”, the way users access backend data started changing gradually from using transaction codes, or tcodes, to simply navigating around a user interface easily accessible from web browsers.
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The following assessment, research and TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) calculations are derived from real customer deployment, upgrades, industry surveys, and monitoring projects for the past 10 years across many size of customers. It is intended to help with budgeting and measuring ROI before investing in Solman as a primary enterprise monitoring platform for SAP environment.
Many IT organizations suffer from the nagging problems of Availability and Performance Management. For customers with enterprise applications such as SAP, it’s tough to manage the growing demands of such environments due to factors such as fast changing technology, repetitive tasks overload, new project demands, outsourcing/insourcing, and cloud initiatives just to name a few.
The only smart way to manage IT to support sustained growth for the business is to work smarter with Application-Centric Service Management & Automation. A topic we will explore in more details in this publication.