Monitoring an application is crucial for providing a quality product and experience for users. But simply collecting a ton of application metrics doesn’t solve the true problem. What software companies need is a way to get actionable insights from their metrics so they can quickly fix any issues their users are experiencing.
Enter the RED method.
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RED method origins
The RED method is a monitoring methodology coined by Tom Wilkie based on what he learned while working at Google. RED is derived from some best practices established at Google known as the “Four Golden Signals,” developed by Google’s SRE team.
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