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What does network observability really solve?

This is a podcast episode titled, What does network observability really solve?. The summary for this episode is: <p>Network observability is a popular term in the industry right now, and everyone seems to have their own definition. In this episode of Telemetry Now, Avi Freedman, CEO, and co-founder of Kentik joins us to talk about what network observability is really all about, what makes it work, and what problems it solves for packet nerds and router jockeys trying to keep the lights on. </p><p><br></p><p><strong>Key Takeaways</strong></p><ul><li>[00:33&nbsp;-&nbsp;02:03] A shared love of Star Trek</li><li>[02:04&nbsp;-&nbsp;04:10] Observability predates network technology, and inferring status</li><li>[04:11&nbsp;-&nbsp;06:35] Visibility into all networks and observability as necessity</li><li>[06:35&nbsp;-&nbsp;09:44] Ingesting telemetry and extrapolating inferences from data</li><li>[09:48&nbsp;-&nbsp;11:19] Collecting everything that can be collected, in an ideal world everything would be collected</li><li>[11:22&nbsp;-&nbsp;13:54] Why are we correlating, normalizing, and standardizing data acquisition? And what is the problem we're solving?</li><li>[13:54&nbsp;-&nbsp;16:09] The flow of data and how it gets enriched along the way</li></ul><p><br></p>