The latest News and Information on Monitoring for Websites, Applications, APIs, Infrastructure, and other technologies.


NiCE DB2 Management Pack 5.00 released

The NiCE DB2 Management Pack 5.0 is an enterprise-ready Microsoft SCOM add-on for advanced IBM Db2 monitoring. It supports the Db2 system, application, and database administrator in centralized IBM Db2 health and performance monitoring to improve user experience and business results. The Management Pack provides clear and precise performance indicators and timely alerts enriched by pinpointing problem identification and troubleshooting information.


Monitor NS1 with Datadog

NS1 is an intelligent DNS and traffic management platform that helps optimize the performance of your network infrastructure and speed application delivery to your end users. Since even a small increase in service latency can lead to churn and revenue loss, it’s critical to remove any inefficiencies embedded in basic network functions. NS1 helps ensure high performance for name resolution and routing through support for the edns0-client-subnet (ECS) DNS extension and for Filter Chain technology.


VoIP Service Provider and Titanium 3CX Partner, Amplisys, uses Obkio to Monitor End-User Network Performance

Learn how Obkio works with 3CX partner and VoIP Provider, Amplisys, to create a streamlined network monitoring and troubleshooting process to quickly and proactively support every one of Amplisys’ VoIP customers for impeccable customer satisfaction and support.


What is Core Web Vitals and How to Monitor It

It used to be simple to improve the performance of a website. However, the introduction of client-side JavaScript has opened up a whole new world of ways for websites to be painfully slow. Measuring this increased slowness will require the development of new measurements. They're known as the Core Web Vitals by Google. Google announced Core Web Vitals in May 2020, a set of three indicators that serve as the gold standard for evaluating a website's user experience.

Streaming Auth0 Logs to Datadog | Sivamuthu Kumar (Computer Enterprises, Inc.)

Are you using Auth0 in your application for user logins? How will you monitor the Auth0 logs and detect user actions that could indicate security concerns? In this session, we will see how Datadog helps you to extend security monitoring by analyzing Auth0 User activities in the logs. And also we will see how to set up threat detection rules to trigger notifications automatically based on them.

Maintaining Operational Sanity Across 100+ AWS Accounts | Eric Mann / Ryan Tomac (Vacasa)

At Vacasa, AWS accounts represent the unit of isolation for distinct applications & services in our software ecosystem, providing security benefits and operational autonomy for our teams as we scale. Managing accounts at this scale requires strong DevOps practices to maintain security, operational sanity, and uniform observability across the system. In this talk, we’ll cover the benefits of such an approach, the practices that make it possible, and the important role Datadog plays.

Democratizing Delivery: Seamless Observability for Optimal Application Performance |Ekim Maurer(NS1)

When application delivery performance issues happen, observability is critical to diagnosing the problem at hand. The adage “it’s always DNS” means that observability must extend to the foundational layers of the application delivery and access networking stacks. Yet granting administrative access to core network services like DNS and DHCP may run contrary to an organization’s least-privileged access policies. In this session, attendees will learn how global internet companies and enterprises use NS1 and Datadog to provide democratized DNS observability and reach optimal application performance.

Observability for Service Organizations | Bart Scheltinga (RawWorks)

Observability is trending. Organizations that rely on cloud infrastructure and cloud applications prioritize observability initiatives to get control over their business’s applications. At the same time, we see the “gap” between the on-premises infrastructure and “non-cloud” infrastructure is becoming bigger. Examples are End User Computing (EUC) and Global networks (SD-WAN).