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Better IoT with GraphQL and AppSync

“If you think that the Internet has changed your life, think again. The Internet of Things is about to change it all over again!” These were the words uttered by Brenden O’Brien, the Chief Architect and Co-founder of Aria Systems. Was he right though? Well, when it comes to assessing the potential of IoT, Mr. O’Brien was definitely right. IoT is changing the world, whether it be consumer products or how governments are tackling global issues, but has it fulfilled the expectations of Mr. O’Brien.

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Announcing Manual Instrumentation for .NET Agent

When Microsoft announced the .NET in 2002, who would have thought that .NET would one day be open source and work on Linux? Hard to stand against the strong wind. Microsoft didn't ignore the open source software stream and what it brought, so started to open the source code and patents of .NET to everyone, progressively. It is undeniable that the pace of development and community growth has increased after this decision.

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Getting it right between EC2, Fargate and Lambda

Amazon is leading in the great Cloud War, and this is not just theory or blatant skepticism. With the migration to the cloud being the recent status quo in the software industry, tech giants such as Amazon, Microsoft, and Google are all vying for top place. At the moment though, AWS seems to be winning the battle for cloud computing by consolidating the largest market share.

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Log Search: Finding the needle in the haystack with Thundra!

From the very first day, Thundra aims to help software teams troubleshoot serverless applications seamlessly. I should say that I’m getting fascinated with the different complex and event-driven serverless architectures that our customers have. As they have different serverless approaches to delivering software with serverless, they also have different ways of troubleshooting.

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The Best of Both Worlds with AWS Fargate

With the dawn of microservices and resource provisioning on the cloud, the world of software has been torn apart between two choices. Containers or serverless. However, the choice may no longer have to be this binary as AWS introduced a shade of grey in late 2017 with AWS Fargate. Serverless orchestration of containers allowing you to run them directly in the cloud.

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Collaborating for Serverless Observability on Thundra!

Our customers have been asking for the ability to collaborate with their teammates over their serverless architectures while troubleshooting, debugging or just monitoring for the known knowns. We’re finally glad to answer these requests with our “Team Support” today. With Thundra’s new team support, you’ll be able to invite your colleagues to your Thundra account and enjoy serverless observability with them.

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Stick to your ELK Stack and Continue to Observe your Lambdas

We have great news. Now you can use your own ELK stack with our freshly baked Thundra plugin. We know that for some of you it is really important to keep every bit of the data on your safe environment. Here at Thundra, we want serverless developers to be as free and safe as they can. Our true aim is instead of just providing the rapidly evolving Thundra SaaS application, we prefer offering a package of integrations with our core technology on top of our application.

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Using IoT with Serverless to Tackle Global Issues

“The Internet of Things is an industry that has not exploded the way many thought it would”, is the opening line of Matt Werner’s reputed article Dzone’s 2019 Guide to Internet of Things (IoT). Werner, who is now publications manager at Devada, most aptly describes the industry as one that brought along with it a lot of hope but failed to deliver on them at the scale anticipated almost a decade ago.