Top tips to improve JavaScript performance for faster websites

Performance is one of the most important concerns when developing an application. All software developers should monitor and improve performance in every layer of the application. From the database to the server-side language, there are plenty of opportunities for performance issues to arise, and the front end is certainly no exception. So that’s why today we’re talking about JavaScript performance and how to improve it.


A New Integration between Sumo Logic and ARIA Cybersecurity Solutions

When thinking about many of the worst data breaches we’ve seen so far (Equifax, CapitalOne, Target, Home Depot, and more), there was one common element: The attacks were not detected while they were active on the internal networks. It’s easy to think of the internal network as what’s onsite and directly in control.


How to monitor kube-controller-manager

Monitoring kube-controller-manager is important, as it is a main component of Kubernetes control plane. Kube-controller-manager runs in master nodes and it takes care of the different controller processes. These controllers watch the status of the different services deployed through the API and take corrective actions in case real and desired status don’t match.


SaltStack SecOps Wins SC Award for Best Risk / Policy Management Solution at RSAC 2020

SAN FRANCISCO – February 26, 2020 – SaltStack®, the creators of intelligent automation software for security operations teams, today announced SaltStack SecOps was recognized as the 2020 SC Awards Trust Award winner in the Best Risk / Policy Management Solution category at RSA Conference 2020.


The Best Resources for Learning Kubernetes

Kubernetes is the world’s leading container orchestration platform. Its cloud agnostic status enables you to manage your workloads with ease, whether they reside in the cloud or on-premises. It has reduced the necessity of being locked into services provided by a cloud provider as well as the need for an entire operations team to manage large workloads on-premises on virtualization platforms.


Why use a virtual machine?

Virtual machines are software computers that operate like physical computers. But why are they all the rage in the DevOps world? Why use a virtual machine? Although servers and virtual machines are similar, they differ because virtual machines don’t have a 1:1 relationship to the hardware. What’s beneficial about virtual machines is that they even have their own virtual hardware devices, and they allow applications to run on different operating systems within the same computer.