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Jul 12, 2019   |  By Samuel James
Docker has changed the way we build, package, and deploy applications. But this concept of packaging apps in containers isn’t new—it was in existence long before Docker. Docker just made container technology easy for people to use. This is why Docker is a must-have in most development workflows today. Most likely, your dream company is using Docker right now. Docker’s official documentation has a lot of moving parts. Honestly, it can be overwhelming at first.
Jul 11, 2019   |  By Dave Rael
Docker and Kubernetes have taken the software world by storm. DevOps, containers, and container management are at the center of most conversations about what’s relevant to technology. Tooling and services that ease running software in containers, therefore, occupy the minds of developers. Great tools and platforms create options and possibilities. They also create challenges in understanding available choices, though.
Jul 9, 2019   |  By Mitch Salva
Imagine a man, a metaphorical man, slumped over, sitting silently across from you. Do you see him? Hastily smashing his fingers against the keyboard with a feverish sweat running down his neck. He, like many, only opens his APM solution after those universally feared “oh shit!” moments. Like a firefighter with a magnifying glass, he dives into his logs looking for a needle in a haystack. But you… Well, you know better than that. You wouldn’t just use your APM on bad days.
Jul 5, 2019   |  By Samuel James
AWS Lambda is a service that confuses many people. For that reason, you may be wondering just how it works, and how you’d use it to build a highly scalable event-driven application. As someone who’s presumably no stranger to the internet, you must have seen the terms serverless, function-as-a-service, or AWS Lambda thrown across your screen a few times. Perhaps you’re looking to learn more. If so, you’re in luck.
Jul 3, 2019   |  By Lou Bichard
So you want a faster application? If you’ve not heard of a flamegraph, it can be a great way to improve and gain insight into your application performance. Today, we’ll explain what a flamegraph is. We’ll cover the stack trace and its origin, the call stack. Finally, we’ll define the flame graph and show how to leverage it for improving the performance of your application. Sound good? Let’s get to it. Before we get to what a flamegraph is, we need to discuss stack traces.
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What are profilers? Which is the best? Download our free guide and get all the answers around using a .NET profiler.
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The right APM tool will monitor your applications proactively and reactively so you can sleep better at night.
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Code level performance metrics, Azure monitoring, structured logging and more. Download our free guide and get all the answers around .NET monitoring.
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Understand the implications for security, code visibility, team culture, and more. Download our free guide and get all the answers around DevOps.
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Methods for optimizing web apps in Azure, logging, deploying to IIS, and more. Download our free guide and get all the answers around .NET Core.
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