Humio

Aug 1, 2018
2016
Aarhus, Denmark
Nov 13, 2018   |  By Humio
The world of modern application development has brought many innovations, but none so clearly seen as the concept of decentralization. Whether that be a decentralized stack using microservices, a decentralized cryptocurrency using the blockchain, or a decentralized company that works 100% remotely, the idea of having everything in one place can be considered out of date.
Nov 6, 2018   |  By Humio
When it comes to gathering public data, keeping it safe, and using it to make better public infrastructure decisions, Denmark Addresses Web API (DAWA), is leading the way with the help of Humio. The idea behind DAWA is that there are government agencies publishing public data on different kinds of infrastructure and geographical information. Much of this data can be used to derive helpful information for citizens in the form of APIs to examine the roads, locations, and addresses all around Denmark.
Oct 30, 2018   |  By Humio
A feedback loop is essential for every part of the modern DevOps environment. From continuous integration and deployment to application development to infrastructure monitoring to team dynamics, feedback is the most important piece of the DevOps puzzle. But feedback is of little to zero value if it is not timely. And in the modern development world, that means instant or as near to instant as possible.
Oct 16, 2018   |  By Kresten Krab
Humio is a log analytics system built to run both On-Prem and as a Hosted offering. It is designed for “On-Prem first” because, in many logging use cases, you need the privacy and security of managing your own logging solution. And because volume limitations can often be a problem in Hosted scenarios.
Sep 25, 2018   |  By PJ Hagerty
While the world of modern application development moves pretty fast, there is an industry that needs to move even faster. And we all agree — it’s the delivery service industry. Whether we are waiting for our food order or hoping those new loafers get to us before the important dinner tonight, same day delivery has become a major part of our shopping experiences.
Jul 31, 2018   |  By Cindy Sridharan
In this practical e-book, author Cindy Sridharan examines new monitoring tools that, while promising, bring their own set of technical and organizational challenges.
Oct 25, 2018   |  By Humio
Netlify’s CDN runs on six different cloud providers, but up until recently, our origin servers relied on only one. That meant our origin servers were subject to the performance and uptime characteristics of a single provider. We needed make sure that in the face of a major outage from an underlying provider, anywhere in our network, Netlify’s service would continue with minimal interruption.
Oct 4, 2018   |  By Humio
As a startup usually the only thing you can afford to care about is building out your product as quickly as possible. At the same time, as engineers you want to follow best practices and make sure that your tech stack is not a black box. In this talk Alex will explore the tradeoffs he and his Team had to consider when balancing how much they can invest in making their stack observable vs continuing to ship and support new features.
Sep 26, 2018   |  By Humio
In this webinar, we will look at the Ballerina programming language, how its features and related log data are generated, and how Humio can be used to process and query this log data for assisting in the observability of the system.
Aug 22, 2018   |  By Humio
Security professionals know that network data is a foundational source of truth, but capturing and processing that truth can be challenging and infeasible to do at scale given data processing costs and search speed limitations.
Aug 13, 2018   |  By Humio
Languages are not only (in Ken Iverson's words) "tools for thought", they are also expressions of software systems: many aspects of deployed software systems are a consequence of the language that they are written in. Like many systems software engineers, I have been on a career-long odyssey through programming languages -- always returning to C for its explicit simplicity and performance.