motadata

Top 10 Reasons Why NMS is A Must Have

March 26, 2020 Nothing’s worse than getting a call from the users that the network is down. Too often, IT lacks the visibility they need to get before performance issues arise, meaning you’re in the dark until a user or customer calls to complain. Once an outage happens, the clock is ticking. And the more time you take to understand and resolve the issue, the more it costs you: in terms of customer dissatisfaction, and also staff time & lost productivity.

logicmonitor

Investing In Our Partnership with AWS

Even with a complete understanding of the benefits that come with running a hybrid environment, companies are still challenged with digital transformation best practices: what to move, when to move it, what’s being spent, how it’s performing, and what’s being overutilized and underutilized. This is why Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one of the most strategic partners in LogicMonitor’s ecosystem.

teamwork

The 6 biggest challenges of working from home (and how to fix them)

These are unprecedented times. All around the world, as more and more countries start the process of responding to COVID-19, companies and employees are trying to make the shift to remote work so they can keep work going. For many people, this means working remotely for the first time — and getting used to the challenges of working from home is going to be a bit of an adjustment. But even people who are used to working remotely are finding it hard right now. Because this is different.

teamwork

What's new in Teamwork?

What a start to the first quarter of the year, huh? It’s been a busy one for us, and a challenging quarter for our team (and probably yours) in many ways. At Teamwork, we’re in the fortunate position that the move to remote work was a relatively smooth transition for us. So we’re going to keep doing what we do best: delivering great software to help your team collaborate and keep work going. Here’s a snapshot of our latest releases.

thundra

Understanding Serverless Application Behavior with Thundra

The world is fighting with COVID-19 relentlessly and these days showed me that pandemics will continue causing problems even after we beat this one. The lesson learned from those bad days is that software plays and will play a crucial role in combating the next insane problem that human beings will face. Serverless paradigm is our hope to deliver modern, fast, reliable and robust applications for many reasons such as ultimate scalability, easiness to build something from scratch.

squadcast

Incident Response in the time of Remote Work

The unexpected and sudden shift to remote working introduces a new set of problems within the incident response space. And while each organization needs to take its own unique circumstances into account, this post outlines the best practices and steps that can be taken in the right direction in keeping operations both productive and proactive.

logsign

Coronavirus Impact on Cyber Security

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is increasing tremendously and disrupting the global health at large extent, in addition to the damages to economics, social and political systems. More importantly, the digital world is also on the verge of destruction because, due to this menace, the people at large scale are compelled to work remotely and doing so will make them rely heavily on remote communication and digital tools.

tripwire

The Future is Hybrid: Practicing Security in the Hybrid Cloud

By now, many organizations have adopted the cloud in some way. We saw organizations moving whole servers over to the cloud at the beginning, but now we see small parts of a system being moved to the cloud and new cloud native offerings. We’ll use the analogies of Lincoln Logs and Legos to describe these deployment models.

jfrog

DevOps 101: Container Registries

This is a repost from the JFrog dev.io blog site. When you’re new to an industry, you encounter a lot of new concepts. This can make it really difficult to get your feet underneath you on an unfamiliar landscape, especially for junior engineers. In this series, I’ll cover tools and terminology common to the DevOps space, plus the occasional newbie-friendly tutorial for emerging or established technologies. If you have a request or suggestion, let me know!