451 Research and IDC Call Out OpsRamp's Innovations for Service-Centric AIOps and Hybrid Cloud Management

The second quarter of 2019 started with a bang for OpsRamp, with recognition from two independent analyst firms, 451 Research and IDC. Three recent analyst reports highlighted OpsRamp’s modern digital and IT operations management platform for dynamic performance insights and maximum visibility.


Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) Architecture

In information warfare, the need to develop SIEM architecture has become a crucial factor due to the existence of ever-growing cyber threats and their creators – cyber pests. The SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) presents a broad range of products or services for the purpose of managing security information and security events simultaneously.


Developer’s Alternative to Slack

Mattermost and Slack are tools that increase team productivity through workplace messaging. Both platforms help companies communicate faster, solve problems in less time, and bring new employees up to speed quickly. For many privacy-conscious organizations that have global teams, strict security requirements, or a team of developers that is continuously looking for ways to accelerate workflows, Slack falls flat.


Announcing k3OS: A Kubernetes Operating System

Today we launched a new open source project called k3OS. K3OS is a Linux distro built for the sole purpose of running Kubernetes clusters. In fact, it is a Linux distro and the k3s Kubernetes distro in one! As soon as you boot up a k3OS node, you have Kubernetes up and running. When you boot up multiple k3OS nodes, they form a Kubernetes cluster. K3OS is perhaps the easiest way to stand up Kubernetes clusters on any server.


4 Ways the Banking Industry Can Benefit from Predictive Analytics

Customers are always expecting more and more from businesses, including financial institutions. They expect their needs to be met, their complaints heard, and their experiences optimized for their benefit. To keep up with customer demands at a pace that they expect, it has become essential to incorporate data science in banking for on-demand customer intelligence and insights. This allows for better decision-making and the capabilities to transform asset and facility management.


Introducing the Timeline View

Troubleshooting serverless applications has been one of the major benefits for Epsagon’s users from day one. Finding the root cause of complex issues is accelerated to minutes or even seconds using Epsagon, compared to using other solutions. Today, we are announcing the timeline view – an easy way to identify performance problems in your distributed application.


Top 12 Server Monitoring Tools and Software

Today, most businesses have a heavy dependency on DevOps and IT. Any network or infrastructure downtime can lead to a massive loss of time, opportunities, resources and revenue – negatively affecting your business’ reputation. This risk requires you to be proactive about identifying and responding to errors and IT incidents – bringing server monitoring into the picture.


How to Serverless Locally: The Serverless Dev Workflow Challenge

One of the biggest challenges when adopting serverless today is mastering the developer workflow. “How do I develop locally?”, “How should I test?”, “Should I mock AWS services?”. These are common serverless questions, and the answers out there have been unsatisfying. Until now.


Making your MFA secure: tips from a security architect

Many security breaches take place when attackers gain access to Internet-facing applications by using compromised credentials. As an added layer of security against leaked credentials, organizations have been implementing multi-factor authentication (MFA) mechanisms to verify the identity of users connecting to critical online assets.


Insider Threat Detection Software Can Help Increase Employee Productivity

A few years ago, a news story about a man who was being paid six figures to watch cat videos went viral. Unfortunately, his company didn’t realize that this is what they were paying him to do all day. How did this happen? The employee, whom we’ll refer to as “John,” worked for a company in the US and was getting paid six figures as a developer.