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Coralogix vs Google Cloud Operations: Support, Pricing and Features

Google Cloud Operations, formerly known as Stackdriver, is relatively new to the observability space. That being said, its position in the GCP ecosystem makes the platform a serious contender. Let’s explore some of the key ways in which Google Cloud Operations differs from Coralogix, a strong full-stack observability platform and leader in providing in-stream log analysis for logs, metrics, tracing and security data.


What is DataOps? Process, Benefits & Best Practices Today

Whether you're a small business or a large enterprise, working with data consumes time and effort. But what if there was a way to turn this data into opportunities for growth? That’s what DataOps offers. DataOps helps create a collaborative environment to improve data quality by automating manual processes. Research shows the market for DataOps platforms will grow from USD 3.9 billion in 2023 to USD 10.9 billion by 2028.


Infrastructure Monitoring Today: How It Works & What It Does

The famous phrase “Houston, we’ve had a problem” isn’t a one off event for space missions or Tom Hanks — its a regular occurrence for most IT teams! Today’s IT teams are peppered with alerts indicating that something has gone amiss in their production environments. Visibility of uptime and performance is an essential part of ensuring that your IT infrastructure can power applications to meet business needs and deliver value for users.


Know Your Customer Again Revisited

At the end of last year, I wrote about using Splunk to monitor the Know Your Customer (KYC) use case that is a regulation in most Financial Services Institutions in many countries. The last part of the regulation states that continuous monitoring of your customers in terms of their interactions and transactions needs to take place.


LAMA: The Brokerage Firm's Framework for Staying Ahead of the Curve

Brokerage firms are constantly under pressure to stay ahead of the competition. They need to make sure that they are using the latest technology and techniques to provide their clients with the best possible service. With constant advancements of technologies and integrations used by these brokerage systems, technical issues do arise.


Unlocking seamless API management: Introducing AWS API Gateway integration with Elastic

AWS API Gateway is a powerful service that redefines API management. It serves as a gateway for creating, deploying, and managing APIs, enabling businesses to establish seamless connections between different applications and services. With features like authentication, authorization, and traffic control, API Gateway ensures the security and reliability of API interactions.


Apache Logs - Turning Data into Insights!

In the vast digital landscape of the internet, where websites and web applications serve countless users daily, there exists a silent but powerful guardian of information – Apache logs. Imagine Apache logs as the diary of your web server, diligently recording every visitor, every request, and every response. At its core, Apache logs capture a variety of critical information. They record the IP addresses of visitors, revealing their geographic locations and potentially malicious activities.


Why You Need An Application Performance Monitoring Tool

As organisations strive to deliver seamless user experiences, maximise operational efficiency, and maintain a competitive edge, the need for comprehensive Application Performance Monitoring (APM) tools becomes increasingly evident. APM tools offer invaluable insights into the performance and behaviour of applications in real-time. They go further than the conventional monitoring approach by providing a holistic view of the entire stack, encompassing servers, databases and user interactions.


5 AWS Logging Tips and Best Practices

If you’re an Amazon Web Services (AWS) user, you’re probably familiar with some of Amazon’s native services available for logging and monitoring, such as CloudWatch and CloudTrail. With that said, log management can get complicated quickly, especially if you’re dealing with a high volume of logs from AWS Lambda functions or a multi-cloud/hybrid cloud environment.