Our continual investment into our observer infrastructure has paved the way for the most accurate active monitoring telemetry data in the industry today. Other vendors mimic digital experience observability by offering basic active monitoring from just a few cloud-based locations. This partial coverage offers the appearance of full stack status. In reality, however, that designation is inaccurate. Today’s businesses depend on more than just cloud-based systems. Without visibility into those systems, it‘s easy to miss issues and difficult to fix them when they happen.
At Catchpoint, we have always advocated for the use of best-of-breed solutions. That’s why we offer a range of powerful integrations with popular DevOps tools. It’s also precisely why we are excited to announce our latest solution: the ground-breaking AWS Wavelength edge integration.
A Paradigm Shift in Application Delivery
Network edge computing can significantly lower latency. How? By reducing the distance that data must travel and decreasing the number of hops it must jump across. This results in faster processing and the ability to conserve bandwidth.
For applications requiring low latency, sending huge quantities of data to and from a centralized datacenter is not a scalable option. Data processing and management must take place closer to end user applications. Mobile edge cloud moves application processing, storage, and management to the radio access network’s edge. In addition, it enables data localization for security and privacy reasons.