Improve operational resilience by solving your hidden data challenges

Your organization's IT teams need to continuously analyze digital systems vitals and telemetry signals to keep operational systems' up and running. This data needs to be monitored and proactively handled in real time by your IT and security teams to ensure business continuity and prevent any unplanned downtime or security attack-related outage.


Unfortunately, your current tools aren't working

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    Slow time to results

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    Inflexible architecture

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    Disconnected workflows

Opting for point solutions like log monitoring, APM, SIEM may seem strategic for improving business continuity, but it can lead to drawbacks that ultimately impact your resilience. But don't worry! There's a better solution.

  • Find answers quickly

    Clunky point solutions and data lakes can have slow processing and data correlation times that can impact downtime. You need a solution that can process and correlate data quickly and accurately to increase uptime and improve your organization's resilience.

  • Use all of your data

    Your data isn't all in one place. Traditional point solutions and data lakes make it difficult to use all of your data at the same time. Whether your data lives at the edge or in a data lake, flexible architectures help your team access it quickly and at scale to ensure systems run smoothly.

  • Connect workflows

    Point solutions are built for one purpose. Data lakes lack out-of-the-box solutions. Using them together, you get disjointed workflows, data discrepancies, and blind spots. You need connected workflows to get the answers and outcomes you need when you need them.

Additional resources

  • Building resilience for applications and services

    In a recent third-party survey, over 1,400 Elastic customers shared their observability experiences, revealing quantifiable benefits that directly contributed to business outcomes.

  • How CIOs can support business resilience in uncertain times

    Resilient organizations have CIOs who have enabled remote work, migrated operations to the cloud to realize savings, and found new ways for technology to support productivity.

  • How to achieve operational resilience with a flexible data store

    Prepare for your systems to be put to the test with a resiliency solution that has distributed architecture, multiple availability zones, and geo-distributed disaster recovery.