Nobl9 Advances State of Service-Level Objectives at SLOconf 2023

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Nobl9 hosted its annual SLOconf event May 15-18, providing viewpoints on the current and future state of service-level objectives (SLO).

Alongside the conference, the company announced a series of product updates for its platform, which helps organizations with the whole process of using, managing, and measuring service-level objectives as a way to optimize operations. The concept of SLO is related to growing practice of site reliability engineering (SRE) and helping to design and maintain resilient systems.

Nobl9 created its technology to assist organizations in achieving their service-level objectives (SLOs). SLOs establish the intended performance standards for IT operations and applications within a service.

At SLOconf, Nobl9 announced updates including the following:

Improved calculation precision Query checker Metric Health Notifier  Generative AI preview [embedded content] How Nobl9 Is Advancing SLO

A foundational element of SLO is being able to measure the state of a service.

Kit Merker, chief growth officer at Nobl9, told ITPro Today that the math for SLOs is rich and complex, and there are many ways to get it wrong. He noted that SLOs might seem pretty straightforward to calculate on the

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