Think you’re getting the right employee feedback on digital workplace experience? Think again! In today’s digital age, we are bombarded by an incredible amount of inquiries of all sorts, from NPS surveys on websites to QR codes at store checkouts and, not to mention, countless emails.
ManageEngine has added another gem to its crown, winning the Future Network Awards’ “Network Management and Monitor Vendor of the Year” award for the third time.
LaunchDarkly has built an impressive feature flag management system that overages more than 200 billion feature flags per day. It has helped companies implement continuous deployment, A/B testing, infrastructure migrations and much more. It also enables canary launches (or dark launches) through its built-in support for percentage-based rollouts.
We are excited to be recognized as a Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Intelligent Application and Service Monitoring, Q2 2019. It covers vendors from infrastructure and cloud monitoring, application performance monitoring (APM) and AIOps. Rather than publishing a separate Wave for each of these vendor categories, we believe that this report creates a combined market category based on how solutions solve customer problems rather than on how technology vendors create market spaces.
In Parts One and Two of this blog, we looked back at the ongoing open source licensing wars, focusing on the evolving situation between Elastic N.V. and AWS. In this final installment, we’ll offer some opinions on the situation, as well as share our own views on how we’re reacting at Grafana Labs.
Ever wish you could monitor the total number of widgets produced by your service since the actual beginning of the day in New York, rather than interpret a sum calculated over, say, the last 10 or 24 hours? What about a real-world view of the SLA for a service you manage, showing the maximum latency reported for closed months and quarters, with the results neatly plotted at the ends of those months and quarters?