Akamai mPulse is a real user monitoring (RUM) service that enables organizations to get deep visibility into end user experience across their websites or applications. With mPulse, businesses can collect high-granularity metrics directly from their users’ browsers, and then analyze that data to pinpoint slow resources (e.g., third-party scripts), track user engagement, and make decisions to improve the performance of their products.
As your environment grows in scale and complexity, finding faster ways to build rich dashboards and share strategic insights with the right team members becomes more important. To help you easily share data with anyone, anywhere, we are happy to announce that you can now copy and paste widgets within Datadog (across dashboards, Notebooks, and accounts)—and even in emails and other communication channels like Slack.
Harbor, developed by VMware and hosted by the CNCF, is an open source registry for container images and Helm charts. Hosting Harbor within your infrastructure gives you a number of advantages over using the default Docker registry, such as role-based access control, security scanning, and replication of resources between registry instances. Since a failed Harbor deployment can spell trouble for your containerized workloads, monitoring your self-hosted container registry is critical.
Transport Layer Security (TLS) is a cryptographic protocol commonly used to provide secure network communication between web servers and browsers. TLS has been the main communication security strategy since 2015, when its predecessor, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), was declared insufficiently secure by RFC 7568.
Thanks to all who attended our second annual Dash conference! We hope that you enjoyed your time with us at New York City’s Chelsea Piers, and that you were able to learn about building and scaling systems and teams in our breakout sessions and workshops. For those of you who were unable to attend, we hope to see you next year. Check out some of the highlights from our two-day conference below.