logz.io

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May 19, 2020   |  By Gedalyah Reback
Computing environments are constantly changing. Back when an on-premises server hosted your work, your infrastructure and applications were easy to track. Now that you’re developing in the cloud, things are more challenging. You’re learning that each team within your organization uses a different monitoring tool. At this point, you may be wondering if it’s time to build your own monitoring solution with open source tools at its core that everyone can use.
May 19, 2020   |  By Gedalyah Reback
Elasticsearch and MongoDb are the two most popular distributed datastores used to manage NoSQL data. Both of these technologies are highly scalable and have document-oriented design at the core. There are differences between the two technologies, however, and it’s important to understand these differences in order to choose the right one for your use case. This blog post will examine the differences between these two technologies in a number of critical areas.
May 14, 2020   |  By Charlie Klein
Considering the scale of log data that modern cloud environments generate, it’s oftentimes prohibitively expensive to index all of it. For monitoring and logging, cost management is just as important as in other parts of the business. Whether sudden spikes of log data overwhelm databases or good business generates more activity in your environment, teams should anticipate and mitigate the steep costs that result from high log volumes.
May 11, 2020   |  By Gedalyah Reback
Out of the box monitoring solutions are getting more and more difficult to implement. In addition, they may not have the features you need, and they’re always becoming more expensive. It’s no wonder you’re trying to create a cost-effective solution via infrastructure monitoring cost management on your own by using a combination of your on-site development talent and a few open-source libraries.
May 7, 2020   |  By Jonah Kowall
Monitoring began by using software agents to capture data from infrastructure, operating systems, and applications. These agents would collect metrics and events from these systems to understand the health of the underlying system and the applications. This is what infrastructure monitoring is today.
May 14, 2020   |  By logz.io
Modern DevOps engineers are responsible for both running production and quickly responding to any production issues. To do this, they need to streamline their CI/CD pipeline and be equipped to quickly identify and investigate problems in production. In this webinar, we’ll hear from Mike and Sam from Logz.io and CircleCI, respectively, on how CircleCI and Logz.io can work together to simplify and accelerate application delivery and response to production issues.
May 7, 2020   |  By logz.io
Kibana 7 introduced some new changes to the popular visualization platform, and this webinar will address how those updates are reflected in Logz.io. The recent enhancements included a cross-app dark theme, a new time picker, new filtering, a better dashboarding experience, and a significant boost in performance. But have the changes impacted your Logz.io user experience? We will dig in and detail how you can avoid common pitfalls and challenges. Expect to learn about.
Apr 30, 2020   |  By logz.io
Looking to simplify your remote observability strategy for your Azure environment? In this webinar, we’ll explore the unique challenges of Azure observability in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as challenges that will continue to persist once the outbreak slows.
Apr 16, 2020   |  By logz.io
In this webinar, Roy Nuriel, our Senior Product Manager for Infrastructure Monitoring on discussed how our customers are using a Grafana-based metrics monitoring solution to deliver more reliable services.
Apr 12, 2020   |  By logz.io
In this webinar, Noni Peri, our Production Team Lead at Logz.io, discussed how to monitor Kafka’s performance and reliability by collecting and analyzing its JMX metrics with Logz.io