In my last post, I gave you the first six Do’s and Don’ts of Data Governance and promised to bring together an additional six to consider when making a data governance plan for your organization. Here are six more dos and don'ts when building your data governance framework.
Did you ever have your customer success team (if you have the chance to have one!) overwhelmed by customers throught the support chat when facing minor incidents or even major outages, having to update all those worried customers in real time throught dozens of different channels as the engineering team finds out and resolves the issue? Support costs time, energy and money. What if all of your users could all connect to one single status page that would answer all of their questions?
What’s happening on your network? How does network performance impact your end user experience? Where is the performance bottleneck? What will happen if your users start using bandwidth-intensive applications? If you do not have answers to these questions, it’s high time you enhance your network monitoring software capabilities.
Just to recap, so far our ongoing series about the Istio service mesh we’ve talked about the benefits of using a service mesh, using Istio for application deployments and traffic management, and how Istio helps you achieve your security goals. In today’s installment, we’re going to dig further into monitoring, tracing, and service-level objectives.
As the threat landscape continues to expand, having end-to-end visibility across your modern application stack and cloud infrastructures is crucial. Customers cannot afford to have blind spots in their environment and that includes data being ingested from third-party tools.
We are proud to announce the release of beta user interface 6.0 which will has been rolled out for general availability to all Spambrella partners/customers. All users can now try out the beta version of our new user interface experience by clicking ‘Preview Version 6.0 (BETA)’ located below the search bar on the upper right side of the existing user interface.
Wouldn’t it be helpful to build your own Searchbot that you can query from Slack? Imagine looking through thousands and thousands of customer records, articles, server logs, or Helpdesk tickets, from within Slack channel. We will build such a helpful Searchbot by weaving together Elastic App Search and Slack using Zapier.
Elastic Stack Features (formerly X-Pack) is an Elastic Stack extension that bundles security, alerting, monitoring, reporting, and graph capabilities. One could use either all or specific components.
Site reliability engineering (SRE) has gained traction as an effective engineering practice over the last few years. In IT operations and software development, DevOps and SRE are often conflated into a single definition. But, SRE and DevOps aren’t one and the same. While the job responsibilities can often look similar between organizations, there are a few fundamental ways in which site reliability engineering differs from DevOps.