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bigquery

BigQuery Admin reference guide: Query processing

BigQuery is capable of some truly impressive feats, be it scanning billions of rows based on a regular expression, joining large tables, or completing complex ETL tasks with just a SQL query. One advantage of BigQuery (and SQL in general), is it’s declarative nature. Your SQL indicates your requirements, but the system is responsible for figuring out how to satisfy that request. However, this approach also has its flaws - namely the problem of understanding intent.

honeycomb

Tale of the Beagle (Or It Doesn't Scale-Except When It Does)

If there’s one thing folks working in internet services love saying, it’s: "Yeah, sure, but that won’t scale." It’s an easy complaint to make, but in this post, we’ll walk through building a service using an approach that doesn’t scale in order to learn more about the problem. (And in the process, discovering that it actually did scale much longer than one would expect.)

jfrog

JFrog detects malicious PyPI packages stealing credit cards and injecting code

Software package repositories are becoming a popular target for supply chain attacks. Recently, there has been news about malware attacks on popular repositories like npm, PyPI, and RubyGems. Developers are blindly trusting repositories and installing packages from these sources, assuming they are secure.

jfrog

How to Use Cargo Repositories in Artifactory

For five years running, Rust has taken the top spot in Stackoverflow’s survey of most loved programming languages. Seen by many as the next step after C/C++, the language is fast becoming embraced by embedded device developers and as a robust system for IoT. At JFrog, we took notice and are eager to welcome Rust developers to the empowerment of robust binaries management and how it contributes to continuous integration.

grafana

How we're working with the Elastic team to make the Elasticsearch data source for Grafana even more powerful

Back in March, we announced that Grafana Labs was partnering with Elastic to build an official Elasticsearch plugin for Grafana. As our CEO Raj Dutt wrote at the time, our “big tent” philosophy “means that we want to support data sources that our users are passionate about. Elasticsearch is one of the most popular data platforms that can be visualized in Grafana.”

scout

Logging and Monitoring: A Match Made in Software Heaven

All code and no logging makes your application a black box system. Similarly, all logging and no monitoring makes analyzing performance complicated and inconvenient. The goal is to achieve better visibility into the operations of your application, its status, performance, and overall health. Making this information easily accessible presents more context about the critical incidents and surfaces actionable insights for optimizing performance.

sumologic

Queryless vs. Query-less. Faster Insights and Better Observer Experience with Span Analytics

In one of my previous blogs I explained how important it is for a modern observability platform to provide “the observers” full, flexible access to all raw telemetry. Observability’s promise to find unknown unknowns relied directly on the ability of fast, powerful and multidimensional high-cardinality analysis of raw data, to uncover previously unknown patterns that have not yet been visualized as a metric, dashboard panel or an alert or anomaly event.

sysdig

Kubernetes 1.22 - What's new?

This release brings 56 enhancements, an increase from 50 in Kubernetes 1.21 and 43 in Kubernetes 1.20. Of those 56 enhancements, 13 are graduating to Stable, a whopping 24 are existing features that keep improving, and 16 are completely new. It’s great to see so many new features focusing on security, like the replacement for the Pod Security Policies, a rootless mode, and enabling Seccomp by default. Also, watch out for all the deprecations and removals in this version!

logz.io

Why Cloud-Native SIEM?

The SIEM is a central point where data is collected and correlated, and as we move to consume more cloud services and data sets the SIEM itself must also change in architecture. Architecture change is hard to make for existing products. Calling a product a ‘cloud solution’ is not the same as taking an on-premises product and hosting it for customers. It means building a new SIEM for a new world. There are a lot of reasons users seek new SIEMs.