Network Performance Monitoring is currently available in private beta. Request access here. Your applications and infrastructure components rely on one another in an increasingly complex fabric, regardless of whether you run a monolithic application or microservices, and whether you deploy to cloud infrastructure, private data centers, or both.
At Dash 2019, we are excited to share a number of new products and features on the Datadog platform. With the addition of Network Performance Monitoring, Real User Monitoring, support for collecting browser logs, and single-pane-of-glass visibility for serverless environments, Datadog now provides even broader coverage of the modern application stack, from frontend to backend.
PerfOps began as a fully remote company with team members located all over the world. It allowed us to hire fast and move fast. But as the team grew the effective communication became a problem, especially because of the complexity of the products we are building. Now as we need to grow even faster it became apparent that to do that we need all team-members working and interacting in the same office.
Our latest product release contains plenty of new features, so we decided to list the major ones that our users will find most exciting. We now make it even simpler to debug your load-balancing by providing access to raw logs for FlexBalancer. All requests hitting our backend are now logged and available for analysis by our customers directly on the Analytics page. When you setup complex load-balancing rules it could be hard to understand how it will perform in some rare use-cases.
TCP congestion control is a fundamental part of this protocol and over the years has undergone a process of constant improvement through the generation of different versions, such as TCP Tahoe, Reno, Vegas, and so on. The case of the TCP CUBIC version, which has been the default congestion control applied by Linux/Unix systems.
Thomas Edison once said, “Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.” That statement couldn’t be further from the truth—but there is an opportunity that MSPs are missing in the Wi-Fi market. If you think about the Wi-Fi market today, it’s an incredibly well-known and mature solution category, where most vendors offer highly similar products that provide a very similar set of capabilities.