Tracing is often the last thought in any observability strategy. While engineers prioritize logs and metrics, tracing is truly the hallmark of a mature observability platform,…
As we reflect on AWS re:Invent 2023, the Coralogix team is invigorated by the incredible response and feedback we received from the thousands of participants who visited our booth. It was clear that a recurring theme among companies is the need for an observability solution that not only scales affordably with increasing data volumes but is also at the forefront of innovation. Coralogix stands out as the ideal match for these requirements.
Our platform offers built-in cost optimization, with our TCO optimizer allowing you to easily route less frequently queried data directly to archive while indexing and routing to hot storage, only the most critical data. Our Remote Querying empowers you to rapidly query even unindexed data in archived storage. All combined, this ensures that you can efficiently manage your observability across all your data while maintaining cost-effectiveness, a vital factor given the typically high costs associated with traditional observability tools.
As many players in the observability field have been or are in the process of being acquired, rumor has it that those companies have completely stopped innovating and their product offerings are stagnating.
In contrast to this, as an independent company, innovation is at the heart of Coralogix. We continuously strive to stay ahead of the curve, as evidenced by our latest offering, our AI-powered Query Assistant. This feature, leveraging large language models (LLMs), translates natural language requests into data queries, thus bridging the gap between declarative querying and generative AI. This innovation enables deep visibility into data for everyone in your organization, regardless of their technical expertise.
Moreover, the Query Assistant is just the beginning of our journey with generative AI. We are already developing AI-powered analysis that allows users to interact with data on a semantic level, further democratizing troubleshooting, root cause analysis, and data analysis activities for all Coralogix users.
All of our efforts in the generative AI realm align with the industry trends led by AWS’s own AI offerings, as seen at re:Invent.
AWS re:Invent 2023 placed a significant emphasis on AI-related innovations. One of the standout announcements was the introduction of Amazon Q, a generative AI assistant tailored for workplace applications. This move underscores AWS’s focus on leveraging generative AI to create real business value. Additionally, AWS announced advancements in their AI and machine learning offerings, including enhancements to Amazon SageMaker and other AI services. These developments show the timeliness of Coralogix’s focus on integrating AI into our observability solutions, as seen with our Query Assistant, and highlight our commitment to staying at the forefront of AI-driven technology advancements.
Our efforts and commitment to excellence were recognized at re:Invent 2023, where Coralogix was honored with the AWS Rising Star Award for 2023. This award is a testament to our unique architecture based on AWS products and services and our deep partnership with AWS. It reaffirms our position as a leader in providing cutting-edge observability solutions that are integral to the growth and success of our customers’ businesses.
In conclusion, Coralogix’s presence at AWS re:Invent 2023 was not only a showcase of our innovative capabilities but also a reaffirmation of our commitment to providing scalable, cost-effective, and forward-thinking observability solutions. We are excited to continue this journey, harnessing the power of AI and cloud technologies to deliver unparalleled value to our customers.
Looking forward to working with you in 2024!