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How to Effectively Monitor AWS Lambda

Software development based on microservices like AWS Lambda results in highly distributed applications and services that are easier to manage. Microservices are smaller apps designed for a specific task or business process. They are abstracted from infrastructure and widely distributed across a production environment.

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Key Metrics for Monitoring Amazon ECS and AWS Fargate

Amazon’s Elastic Container Service (ECS) is a container orchestrator that provides a low-friction way to run Docker images within the AWS ecosystem; ECS is responsible for scheduling and executing Docker containers, called tasks. While containers are able to produce a number of organizational benefits, including increased velocity, cost savings, and team/service autonomy, they also carry challenges in terms of observability and monitoring.

How Vonage Reduces Troubleshooting Time and Deploys Features 2x Faster with Epsagon

As microservices-based applications become more and more complex, the lack of end-to-end visibility can make it difficult to discover and solve issues quickly. Vonage, after modernizing their applications on the cloud, had a hard time detecting and troubleshooting problems in their new hybrid architecture. The company turned to Epsagon and Amazon Web Services (AWS) to gain full observability into their containers and serverless workloads. The results? Vonage saw an immediate 90% reduction in troubleshooting time and 50% faster time to market within their development teams.
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Announcing Epsagon's Official Integration with PagerDuty

End-to-end observability enables teams to understand what’s going on in their environments but, without proper alerting, can become quite overwhelming. We continuously strive to ensure that our users are able to make the most of the best tools in the market, and are happy to announce that we now officially integrate with PagerDuty.

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The Cost of Monitoring Microservices: Managed Solutions vs. In-house

In the last decade, more and more companies switched their software architecture from a monolithic approach to microservices. A microservice architecture consists of multiple services that work in conjunction with each other to accomplish a higher goal.

The Scale Effect: Visualizing Billions of Microservices | Destination: Decentralization 2020

As infrastructures and systems get more and more complex, visualization of your microservice-based architecture is crucial. But in order to scale and still obtain full control of your clusters, you have to have the right tools and the right set of mind so you won’t be overwhelmed with data. In this talk, we’ll go over the challenges as well as the solutions and tools to get you going and scaling with confidence.

[Webinar] Optimizing and Securing Microservice-based Applications - AWS | Epsagon | Alert Logic

As organizations transform their businesses and critical applications to leverage the availability and scale of the cloud, observability and security need change. The evolution of microservices, containers, and serverless platforms, presents new challenges with their highly distributed nature. Join us for a panel discussion on how AWS, Epsagon and Alert Logic provide new approaches for application safety and performance.
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Epsagon Achieves Amazon RDS Ready Designation

Epsagon is excited to announce that we’ve achieved the Amazon RDS Ready designation, part of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Service Ready Program. This designation recognizes that Epsagon has demonstrated successful integration with Amazon RDS. Achieving the Amazon RDS Ready designation differentiates Epsagon as an AWS Partner Network (APN) member with a product integrating with Amazon RDS and is generally available and fully supported for AWS customers.

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How to Scale Prometheus for Kubernetes

Scaling today is crucial. In the era of information explosion, where traffic and data are growing without control and systems are often under severe load, scaling abilities–both horizontally and vertically–must become an integral part of every infrastructure. Kubernetes does exactly this, providing confidence in continuous availability and an out-of-the-box ability to configure thresholds for memory and CPU, which inform the cluster about scaling requirements of the configured services.

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Epsagon Achieves AWS Lambda Ready Designation

Epsagon is excited to announce that we’ve achieved the AWS Lambda Ready designation, part of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Service Ready Program. This designation recognizes that Epsagon has demonstrated successful integration with AWS Lambda. Achieving the AWS Lambda Ready designation differentiates Epsagon as an AWS Partner Network (APN) member with a product integrating with AWS Lambda and is generally available and fully supported for AWS customers.