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Grafana OnCall mobile app notifications: The new and improved experience for Android users

The Grafana OnCall mobile app is an essential tool for on-call engineers to monitor and respond to critical system events. Available for both iOS and Android, the app offers a range of features and notification settings that make the on-call experience easier and more intuitive — all in the palm of your hand.

Why Storage Monitoring and Management is More Important Than Ever

In today's data-driven world, the importance of storage monitoring and management cannot be overstated. With the explosive growth of digital information, effective storage solutions and vigilant monitoring have become imperative for businesses to maintain agility, efficiency, security, and scalability. In this blog post, we’ll delve into why storage monitoring and management are crucial and explore practical methods for effective implementation.

ScienceLogic in Action: The Business Outcomes of Investing in IT Operations Optimization

Many of the benefits from ScienceLogic’s SL1 platform for IT operations monitoring and management are readily apparent. Our clients routinely cite dramatic improvements achieved by leveraging SL1 in their hybrid cloud environments, including stronger visibility, more comprehensive monitoring, intelligent automation, and more proactive analytics for decision support.

Automating Ephemeral Environments with Kubernetes: A Quick Guide

Ephemeral environments are temporary, isolated, but self-contained deployment environments crucial for development and testing within software projects. While I already discussed the basics and benefits of Ephemeral Environments, today I will go through the practical steps of implementing ephemeral environments in your CI/CD pipeline using Kubernetes. I will start with how you can do it with Kubernetes native tools, and how you can automate the ephemeral environments in your CI/CD.

Achieving Zero Unexpected Downtime with AIOps: Is It Still a Myth?

In an era where digital presence is synonymous with business continuity, unexpected downtime haunts every IT department across industry domains. The quest for operational perfection pivots around not just maintaining uptime but proactively ensuring it. Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations – a ray of hope in this persistent pursuit. Still, the question remains: Is achieving zero unexpected downtime with AIOps a tangible reality?

Now in the API: Website monitor configurations

As you may know, StatusGator has two monitor types at present: Cloud service monitors and website monitors. Our website monitor feature allows a myriad of sophisticated configuration options including interval config, HTTP methods, and content or status checks. We’ve just launched some important improvements to our API for those of you using website monitors. Our Service show endpoint will now include configuration details for those monitors that are website monitors under a new key called config.

Feature Friday #6: cf-promises

Will your policy work? cf-promises can check the CFEngine policy for syntax errors and give you an overview of the host’s context. It’s always a good idea to check your policy for syntax errors. Consider this policy file: /tmp/feature-friday-6.cf Can you spot the error? Let’s see if cf-promises can help: command output The output tells us that there is a syntax error near line 6, column 2. A semicolon (;) was expected but instead, a closing curly brace (}) was found.

How To Harness the Full Potential of ELK Clusters

The ELK Stack is a collection of three open-source projects, Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana. They operate together to centralize and examine logs and other types of machine-generated data in real time. With the ELK stack, you can utilize clusters for effective log and event data analysis and other uses. ELK clusters can provide significant benefits to your organization, but the configuration of these clusters can be particularly challenging, as there are a lot of aspects to consider.