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Complete guide to GraphQL in Angular [with example]

GraphQL is a query language and server-side runtime for APIs developed by Facebook in 2012. In this guide, we will implement an Angular Apollo GraphQL client with the help of a sample To-Do app. Before we demonstrate how to implement the Angular GraphQL client, let’s have a brief overview of the Angular framework and GraphQL.

New and improved Python error grouping

Raygun has a long history of continually improving the quality and capability of our Crash reporting grouping logic. Across thousands of customers, it’s essential to help teams quickly discern where to allocate their resources to fix bugs, resolve performance issues, and create better experiences for customers. Today, we’re pleased to launch a new and improved grouping system for Python.

Trends and Statistics on AVD Uptake and Usage in 2022

Technology advancements have now made it possible for organizations to adopt virtual desktop technologies in a hassle-free manner, from the cloud. Microsoft’s multi-session Windows desktop technologies supported on Azure cloud allow admins to provision virtual desktops on-demand. Integration with Azure Active Directory and FSLogix ensures secure access with efficient profile management.

AlertOps Partners With Cisco AppDynamics to Enhance Major Incident Resolution

Chicago, IL – May 17, 2022 AlertOps, a major incident response management platform, announced today a new technology integration partnership with Cisco AppDynamics, the leading Application Performance Monitoring (APM) and full-stack, business-centric observability solution. This new relationship empowers AlertOps and AppDynamics, joint users, with intelligent alerting, escalation policies, workflows, and scheduling to rapidly remediate major incidents.

Implementing OpenTelemetry in React applications

OpenTelemetry can be used to trace React applications for performance issues and bugs. You can trace user requests from your frontend web application to your downstream services. OpenTelemetry is an open-source project under the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) that aims to standardize the generation and collection of telemetry data. React (also known as React.js or ReactJS) is a free and open-source frontend JavaScript library for building user interfaces based on UI components.

What Is Observability in Pre-production Testing

Today most applications are built using microservices. This is because microservices enable rapid scalability, agility and delivery of large complex applications. Organizations are often fighting a losing battle if real-time data observability is run with traditional monitoring. The large complex application makes traditional application performance monitoring tools built before companies standardized microservices-based applications difficult to gather relevant data insight from containers.

Tracing a Ruby application with OpenTelemetry for performance monitoring

Ruby on Rails is a popular MVC framework for creating web applications. It is necessary to monitor your Ruby applications for performance issues. In today’s cloud-native and microservices-based architecture, it is difficult for engineering teams to troubleshoot performance issues. Tracing your application can give the much needed context required to troubleshoot performance issues.

IBM Monitoring Products Integrate with Observability by Instana

You can take advantage of IBM Observability by Instana using existing monitoring agents. As an IBM Monitoring client, are you excited about using IBM Observability by Instana to monitor your environments but worried that it will mean “rip and replace” your existing monitoring agents? Well, no need to worry anymore! The IBM-Instana team has built integration support for current IBM monitoring products.