Annual Report

2022 Observability Forecast

Research into the current use of and future investment in observability

New Relic 2022 Observability Forecast

Executive summary

To capture new insights into observability, New Relic partnered with Enterprise Technology Research (ETR) to conduct a survey and analysis for this second annual Observability Forecast report.

Last year, the 2021 Observability Forecast report focused on how, driven by digital transformation, full-stack observability (o11y) has become mission-critical to the success of every modern business. The report provided compelling reasons why it’s time for organizations to shift to full-stack observability so that they can plan, build, deploy, and run great software that powers optimal digital experiences for their customers, employees, partners, and suppliers.

This year, the 2022 Observability Forecast report focuses on the next chapter in the story—it looks at what’s driving observability practices today, how organizations are transforming those practices, and how observability impacts the lives of technical professionals. The report also includes a snapshot of emerging technologies that will potentially drive a further need for observability over the next three years.

Today, many organizations make do with a patchwork of tools to monitor their technology stacks, requiring extensive manual effort for fragmented views of their information technology (IT) systems and overall businesses. At the same time, survey respondents longed for—planned for—simplicity, integration, seamlessness, and more efficient ways to complete high-value projects.

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