Enhanced Azure monitoring with Datadog

Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing platform for building, deploying, and managing global-scale applications. With a wide range of offerings, including dozens of different services, Azure provides tools for users to create large and sophisticated systems for hosting any type of workload. But with the huge number of configuration options and resource types, understanding the health and performance of your applications in Azure can be challenging.

NiCE Active 365 Monitor for Azure Preview Webinar

NiCE is introducing a new line of monitoring solutions for Microsoft Azure. The kick-off for the new Azure monitoring solutions will be the NiCE Active 365 Monitor for Azure, a brilliant monitoring set for Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive and Office Platform hosted on Microsoft Azure Monitor. Get a sneak preview on how the new NiCE Active 365 Monitor will boost your efficiency in Azure performance and availability monitoring. Key Features User Experience Monitoring of Microsoft 365 Services Tenant & Directory Specific Monitoring Teams, SharePoint Online, OneDrive and Office Platform Monitoring Active monitoring by synthetic transactions Azure Monitor integration Active monitoring for sites, internet breakouts and user device locations Secured through the Azure platform Azure Marketplace offer Key Benefits Immediately know when your users, clients and customers are affected Save time during disruptions by root-cause analysis, including your network Understand if Microsoft and service providers meet their SLA for YOUR services Full end-to-end service monitoring

Unravel Now Supporting Databricks on Amazon Web Services

Since the very beginning, Unravel Data has made it a mission to ensure customers are successful, wherever they deploy their modern data platforms. On-premises, in the cloud, and in hybrid environments, Unravel supports the full stack of data processing engines to provide data operations visibility wherever it resides.


How to manage data in hybrid cloud environments

This article was originally published on We’ve long-since established that multi-generational, multi-cloud environments are the new norm. But how does one go about managing data in those environments? In this post, we’ll take a look at the ramifications of this hybrid cloud reality and best practices for managing your data for increased scalability and heightened availability.


How to Effectively Monitor AWS Lambda

Software development based on microservices like AWS Lambda results in highly distributed applications and services that are easier to manage. Microservices are smaller apps designed for a specific task or business process. They are abstracted from infrastructure and widely distributed across a production environment.


Monitoring AWS Application-Related Services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has a suite of tools that help application development teams enhance and streamline their work experience, from the backend to frontend services. LogicMonitor consolidates data from these services and empowers users to monitor them side by side with the rest of their infrastructure, whether it’s in the Cloud or on-premises. Keep reading for tips on monitoring some of these services to ensure business continuity.


Architectural Pattern for Highly Scalable Serverless APIs

The most common API architecture on Serverless backends is not necessarily the most scalable and resilient option. Many developers take for granted that an AWS Lambda processing external requests will require an API Gateway endpoint connected directly to it. One of the best options to decouple a Lambda function and an API Gateway endpoint is by using an SQS queue. Requests come into API Gateway, which are sent as messages to SQS.


Setting Up Environment with Jelastic Multi-Cloud PaaS

The first step of any application hosting is a creation of the environment with the required isolated containers. Jelastic PaaS provides a powerful and intuitive UI to create and configure environments based on your specific needs. This article will guide you through all the needed steps, giving an extended explanation of available specifics and features.


Businesses are embracing the Cloud for digital transformation

Making the digital shift has always been of key importance, but even more so in the last few months. As organizations across different verticals navigate a new landscape post-pandemic, it has become critical to reevaluate priorities and strategies for digital adoption. But enabling digital transformation requires a solid foundation, and cloud computing plays an integral role in this regard.


Which database should I choose for my serverless applications?

Choosing the right database has one of the most direct effects on the cost and performance of your application. A serverless environment is no exception to this principle. By considering parameters like access patterns, schema (data model), and expected performance, it's possible to logically arrive at an optimal decision for your database type. Databases in general have two broad classifications: SQL relational or normalized databases and NoSQL or denormalized databases.