Humio

2016
Aarhus, Denmark
Jan 15, 2020   |  By Humio
There is an impulse among security departments to use only one solution for log management at a time, but is that really the best option? You don’t have to stick to one solution at a time, throwing out your old solution in order to gain the new features you need. Humio’s low-cost fixed rates shift the paradigm, enabling users to run it alongside other solutions and stay within their budgets — while logging everything and getting answers from all their data.
Jan 10, 2020   |  By Humio
Catie Merrill, a Research Analyst at Technology Business Research, includes Humio in her new special report. The report, Amid rise of Kubernetes as standard in cloud-native deployment, vendors vie to be leading hybrid enablers describes how Humio stands out among startups that seek differentiation with niche, data-friendly tools.
Jan 7, 2020   |  By Humio
Humio is purpose-built to aggregate and retain billions of streaming logs, then analyze and visualize them to determine the health of the environment — something we describe as “feeling the hum of the system.” Humio developers tenaciously optimize data ingest, retention, compression, and storage to take advantage of today’s modern hardware.
Dec 31, 2019   |  By Humio
Observability. It’s a buzzword that has been making the rounds in the IT Ops, DevOps, and Security Ops space for at least a few years. If your job involves understanding or maintaining the functionality and performance of applications and systems, you’ve heard the term used to describe knowing what’s happening with the components of the system.
Dec 31, 2019   |  By Humio
2019 was a banner year for observability. To increase the security and quality of their products, both SecOps and DevOps sought out observability of their systems in growing numbers. But gaining observability is like trying to hit a moving target. Even since the beginning of the year, there have been changes to how we understand it.
Jul 31, 2018   |  By
In this practical e-book, author Cindy Sridharan examines new monitoring tools that, while promising, bring their own set of technical and organizational challenges.
Apr 23, 2019   |  By Humio
In this talk, I'll walk you through the three facets of my adventure: my artistic process and its deconstruction, how I applied genetic algorithms to serve as a substrate for creativity, and the underlying systems that made it possible. Along the way, I'll also share a bunch of interesting implementation details, entertaining corner cases and bugs, some higher level thoughts -- and, perhaps more importantly, questions -- about making art in this way, and, of course, some art!
Mar 14, 2019   |  By Humio
The simple goal of observability is to make systems better. Gaining insights into the behavior of systems is critical to improve their overall health and resiliency and this is imperative for distributed systems, especially those with more cloud native architectures like microservices. But observing these complex software architectures can be a real pain.
Feb 12, 2019   |  By Humio
Current systems design and deployment methodologies, require new approaches in order for engineers to reason about running systems. In this presentation, Grant will discuss the the historical and current trends in software development that have driven the modern approaches to reasoning about complex distributed systems.
Dec 9, 2018   |  By Humio
Functions based apps are more resilient, easier to setup, they cost less and enable faster deployments. In this talk you’ll learn how to resolve bugs faster and add new features with grace and speed using the AWS Lambda family of serverless services.
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.