PsyInnovations Achieves Serverless Governance with PureSec

wayForward, the flagship product of PsyInnovations, is a mental and emotional wellness service that was built using AWS Lambda serverless platform. PsyInnovations wanted to add security controls and get visibility to the security posture of their serverless applications. However, application layer protection solutions designed for traditional applications did not meet the needs and could not be deployed on serverless architecture.


9 Project Management Software That Integrate with QuickBooks

QuickBooks is an accounting software package geared toward small and medium-sized businesses. The on-premise and cloud-based application accepts business payments, helps to manage and pay bills, and has payroll functions. The best part – QuickBooks integrates with numerous third-party tools that allow connecting accounting with other important aspects of business management, such as project management.


Building a dynamic instrumentation agent for PHP

PHP instrumentation can be handled in many ways. When we built our PHP agent at Sqreen we made a series of architectural decisions that enabled us to maximize performance, but also allowed us to access the internals of the language. These methods offer a powerful way to instrument any kind of function, whether directly exposed to PHP users or not.


Twistlock Recommendations Following Docker Hub Compromise

You’ve probably already read about the compromise of Docker Hub leading to the loss of 190,000 credentials. We’ve had customers ask about what this means and what they should think about. So, a few points to consider: There is no impact to Twistlock – even if you install Twistlock from the internet, you’re pulling from our dedicated, self managed registry, completely separate from Docker Hub.


7 Best Practices for Helpdesk Reporting

A good report highlights data trends and communicates important information that keeps the wheels of your customer service or support department running smoothly. A less-than-perfect report, on the other hand, conceals important ideas, overwhelms the readers with convoluted information, and will probably end up as a paperweight on your desk within a few hours of printing. Here’s how to make sure your reports always fall into the first category.


Forrester's new Wave report and the consolidation of monitoring

We’re thrilled to share that Datadog has been recognized by Forrester Research as a Leader in its report, The Forrester Wave™: Intelligent Application And Service Monitoring, Q2 2019. Unlike previous industry analyst reports, which focused specifically on application performance or IT operations, this report gives a nod to the changing landscape, where customers want to have a unified view across all components of their software for faster problem detection and diagnosis.


Keep it customer-centric: Self-service tips from Freshly

As consumers’ preferred channel for solving simple queries, self-service can play a huge role in helping businesses scale in a customer-centric way. Take it from Freshly. Founded in 2015, the meal delivery subscription service brings nutrient-rich, chef-cooked meals right to customers’ doors, eliminating the confusion around (or lack of interest in) recipes or evening grocery store runs.


Splunk Essentials for Infrastructure Troubleshooting and Monitoring

It’s free, it’s easy, it’s our newest Splunkbase solution! We are beyond excited to introduce Splunk Essentials for Infrastructure Troubleshooting and Monitoring. You may be wondering, what in the world are Splunk Essentials? Splunk Essentials are a series of free learning apps created by our very own Splunkers. They are designed to guide users down prescriptive use case paths to support a full engagement model and ultimately bring organizations success.


Delivering Connected Customer Experiences with APIs

Today’s connected experiences — such as controlling smart home accessories from a mobile app or ordering takeout via a voice assistant — involve a lot of software talking to other software. This means these digital experiences rely in large part on application programming interfaces (APIs). When someone uses their social media account to log into other websites, an API mediates the interaction.