AWS ECU vs vCPU—Everything You Need to Know

If you’ve deployed an application or service to the Amazon Web Service (AWS) cloud, you’ve probably made use of an EC2 instance. One of the decisions that you had to make before you could start a new instance, was which instance type to use. Choosing an EC2 instance type can be a complicated process. AWS organizes their instance types into instance families, and within an instance family, there are varying sizes from micro to 32xlarge.

Best ways to map impact of application performance issues on business goals

It is no secret that right application performance monitoring strategy is the key to ensure that your business delivers steady performance 24/7. To get the best from your applications and ensure smooth end user experience, it is critical to identify where the pitfalls lie and be cognizant to all the end-to-end processes involved in your business applications.

23 AI Strategies for Making Your Life in IT Suck Less - Part 1

Unless you’re truly a tech newbie, you’ve probably heard some kind of hype around artificial intelligence—often referred to as AI—machine learning, predictive analytics or a whole host of other words, terms and phrases, all pointing toward a similar conclusion: Emerging technology can do some pretty amazing things for people, teams and entire organizations.


New and Improved Support: Ionic & Unity

At Bugfender, we strive to keep improving. The number of smartphone users is rising all the time, as is the number of smartphone models. So the challenge of fixing bugs is getting increasingly difficult. So it’s with great pride that we announce new and improved support for both Ionic and Unity. We’ve already introduced support for React Native, and this is just the latest stage in our mission to accommodate every single developer, no matter what platform or framework they’re working on.

How to debug your Logstash configuration file

Logstash plays an extremely important role in any ELK-based data pipeline but is still considered as one of the main pain points in the stack. Like any piece of software, Logstash has a lot of nooks and crannies that need to be mastered to be able to log with confidence. One super-important nook and cranny is the Logstash configuration file (not the software’s configuration file (/etc/logstash/logstash.yml), but the .conf file responsible for your data pipeline).


Elasticsearch as a time series database for telemetry data at NS1

NS1 is a leading Domain Name System (DNS) host and web traffic management company that equips customers with resilient, redundant, and multi-purpose DNS solutions for various application delivery stacks. Providing industry-leading web redundancy and speed means NS1’s time series database (TSDB) needs to collect and analyze incredible amounts of telemetry data — nominal throughput spikes can reach 700k data points per second — in as close to real time as possible.