In the previous part, we have reviewed the consequences, challenges, and lost opportunities of having multiple identity solutions for your enterprise applications or products. In upcoming parts, I will take you through our journey to achieve centralized identity management. Author: Natarajan Sennappan
APM metrics play a key role in baselining the performance of applications and hardware. Each of these metrics brings visibility to a specific blind spot of the system, so it is important to implement these in the context of Observability. Author: Sreenivasan Madhaiyan.
Observability is the ability to measure the inner states of a system by verifying its outputs. A system is considered “observable” if the current state can be estimated by only using information from outputs, namely telemetry or sensor data. Author: Sreenivasan Madhaiyan.
Design systems that are built in-house have become critical enablers for product and technology teams, heralding benefits including improved consistency, collaboration, and faster time to market. Author: Krishnan Rajagopal
IT departments of many small or medium enterprises have been maintaining multiple identity solutions for their various products due to custom business requirements since their start-up days. Those solutions might be a combination of the below. Author: Natarajan Sennappan