How We Implemented a Zero-Error Policy Using Coralogix

With dozens of microservices running on multiple production regions, getting to a point where any error log can be immediately identified and resolved feels like a distant dream. As an observability company, we at Coralogix are pedantic when it comes to any issue in one of our environments. That’s why we are using an internal Coralogix account to monitor our development and production environments.

Epsagon's Nitay Milner at AWS re:Invent | "Microservices Observability"

Observability is about more than building a reactionary response to latency and outages. Whether or not you focus on it today, at the core of your team is an “engineering flywheel.” Keeping talented engineers engaged, maintaining a cadence of feature releases, and measuring the impact of new technology can all improve when you tighten the feedback loop on the one thing they all focus on—the service itself. At this session, Nitay Milner will cover the new challenges that microservices architectures have presented and explains how to create an effective observability strategy that can accelerate your engineering flywheel.

Use Microservices to Modernize IT Operations

Many organizations are experiencing the need to modernize their IT systems to keep pace in an increasingly digital world. Adopting DevOps helps companies implement and initialize the modernization processes. At xMatters, our path to IT modernization has included implementing DevOps, but we have done it a little differently to ensure we are using agile processes.

Unifying VM and microservice monitoring with Kubernetes, Prometheus, and Grafana

According to a 2020 CNCF survey, the use of containers in production has been rapidly increasing for the past several years. Nutanix, a global leader in cloud software and a pioneer in hyperconverged infrastructure solutions, is part of that trend.

5 Best Practices for Successful Microservices Implementation

Microservices have significantly altered the architecture of server-side processors. Rather than a single massive monolithic codebase containing all of your application’s business logic, microservices adhere to the distributed systems concept, in which a collection of application components collaborate to meet business goals. You may create a streamlined microservices ecosystem free of superfluous architectural complications by adhering to microservices industry standards.

Monolithic (Legacy) vs. Microservices Application Development

Microservices are becoming increasingly popular and are considered to be the next flexible, scalable, and reliable approach. Without a doubt, many developers are rethinking their application development methods. However, while many have been quick to jump on the microservices bandwagon, it’s not a decision that you should make lightly.

Introducing Log Observability for Microservices

Two popular deployment architectures exist in software: the out-of-favor monolithic architecture and the newly popular microservices architecture. Monolithic architectures were quite popular in the past, with almost all companies adopting them. As time went on, the drawbacks of these systems drove companies to rework entire systems to use microservices instead.

Kubernetes Monitoring Resources

Heaven knows we all could use some luck these days, and observability may be just the thing we need. But observability isn’t luck, and it isn’t really new either. A few people even know that observability is an aspect of control theory, which dates back to the 1800s! In this blog post, I’ll cover some of the history of observability vs.