Chennai, India
Nov 29, 2022   |  By Vaishnavi
In both the corporate and personal areas, a significant portion of daily life is spent glued to screens in an era where digital transformation is widespread. We engage with many digital services, apps, and websites daily. During these digital encounters, we occasionally encounter websites with slow-loading pages or 404/server error messages.
Nov 23, 2022   |  By Vaishnavi
Distributed architectures are becoming an increasingly important source of application services for organizations. Advances in observability and monitoring are being driven by this trend. But exactly how do observability and monitoring differ from one another? It's essential to know when something goes wrong in the application delivery chain so you can identify the root cause and resolve it before it has an impact on your business. Monitoring and observability offer a two-pronged strategy.
Nov 22, 2022   |  By Vaishnavi
Mission-critical apps that are deployed on the cloud drive today's modern enterprises, which in turn power their businesses. These applications' fundamental units are microservices, which tiny development teams created to enable speedy feature releases to the market. APIs serve as the ties that bring these microservices together so they can cooperate.
Nov 16, 2022   |  By Aiswarya S
On 10th December 2021, Apache foundation admitted the Log4Shell vulnerability of its Log4j 2.16 version. Chen Zhao Jun was an Alibaba cloud services security analyst who first found out about this security threat and consequently reported it to the foundation. Upon further investigation, they identified that the vulnerability had existed since 2013. Unfortunately, by then all the corporations, big and small were affected by this malicious security breach.
Nov 16, 2022   |  By Aiswarya S
Docker is a PaaS product, developed by Docker.Inc to containerize applications. It does so by combining app source code with OS libraries and dependencies required to run that code in any environment. Kubernetes is a similar tool developed by Google, which scales up this containerized application after deployment. While one works in building the containers the other essentially helps in scaling it up, then why so much buzz around these two?
Nov 14, 2022   |  By Janani
JavaScript is one of the most widely used programming languages for creating dynamic, interactive websites. However, there may be instances where a function is not operating as intended because of a coding error while creating JavaScript projects. Therefore, the majority of developers hunt for JavaScript debugging tools to avoid problems and identify errors before execution.
Nov 7, 2022   |  By Janani
Both servers and software development use Linux. Today, Linux distributions are used by the vast majority of electronics and embedded systems. Worldwide, Linux servers make up about 90% of all internet servers. Additionally, the Linux kernel is used by around 80% of all smartphones. Today, every system in the world is linked via a network. Information exchange across systems requires network connectivity. Computer networking refers to communication over the internet as well as within a network.
Oct 26, 2022   |  By Janani
Although Java has been around for 27 years, enterprise applications still favor it as one of their preferred platforms. Java's functionality and programming flexibility increased concurrently with technological advancement, keeping it a useful language for more than 25 years. Outstanding examples of this progression include new garbage collection algorithms and memory management systems.
Oct 20, 2022   |  By Janani
Uptime is the time period when your website and all of its contents are fully functional and accessible. It is expressed as a percentage, thus if your web is up 99% of the time, you can expect more than 7 hours of downtime every month. Downtime, as the name suggests, is when all or a portion of your service is unavailable. Disruptions result and potential customers are lost. Uptime monitors are useful for correctly logging, assessing, and informing on each downtime.
Oct 14, 2022   |  By Janani
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