Case Study


How Namely Employs SignalFx to Enable Observability and Engineering Productivity

Namely Employs SignalFx to Enable Observability and Engineering Productivity - YouTube An error occurred. Try watching this video on, or enable JavaScript if it is disabled in your browser. I recently sat down with Mike Hamrah, vice president and chief architect at Namely, to talk about what it takes to build the foundation for an industry-leading HR platform.


Customer spotlight - Sterling Talent Solutions

Sterling Talent Solutions is an industry-leading background investigation service for employers and organizations worldwide. With 20 offices in nine countries, the Sterling team of more than 3,500 employees serves 50,000 customers around the world, including a quarter of the Fortune 100. Sterling is known for its speed, accuracy, compliance, technology, integrations, and service—none of which is possible without a modern, agile infrastructure and application environment.


Customer spotlight - IBM Cloud

Learn how the network team at IBM Cloud uses SaltStack event-driven automation to increase operational efficiency, enhance visibility into current state, streamline deployments, and to proactively and reactively secure network infrastructure. Cisco, a primary networking vendor for IBM Cloud, contributed to the project's success through a native integration between Cisco NX-OS and SaltStack network automation.


How Dutch telco KPN is making new connections with APIs

Editor's note: Today’s post is by Anuschka Diderich, Platform Lead at KPN, a 130-year-old Dutch landline and mobile telecommunications services company. Read on to learn how KPN is connecting people using API-powered products and services. “I’ll connect you.” Those were the first words uttered over the line in 1881, when the first public telephone network in the Netherlands started operating.


Using Time Series for Application Performance Monitoring to Win at the Flight E-ticket Sales Game

One of the best ways to demonstrate the value of application performance monitoring (APM) and its relation to time series data is through a real-world success story. Here we introduce the application performance monitoring solution used by Web Shop Fly, a startup that has grown into a major online airline ticket travel agency operational in more than five European countries and Russia.


Community Highlight: How Timbergrove Uses InfluxDB to Offer a Smart Workplace Kit

Timbergrove is an American-based creative technology studio and consulting firm. For over a decade, Timbergrove has been using hardware and software to solve business problems. Timbergrove has a unique culture compared to other workplaces. They use their status as an IBM Preferred Business Partner to draw on enterprise-grade resources while remaining lean and agile. Timbergrove balances the fun, scrappy startup vibe with solid processes and methodologies that their enterprise clients can trust.


A moving experience: How built a travel platform with APIs

Our vision with is to offer customers a way to buy travel insurance coverage, book a taxi from home to the train station, take a train to the airport, pick up a rental car, and drive to their destination all in one seamless customer experience. To do it, we’ve built a B2B platform, Tequila, which aims to be a one-stop travel booking shop for our partners, such as online travel agencies, airlines, brick-and-mortar agencies, and affiliated programs.


Safaricom: Harnessing the power of APIs to transform lives in Africa

Safaricom holds the distinction of being the largest telecommunications services provider in Kenya, but we’re aiming for an even loftier goal: empowering Kenyans with tools for economic growth. From venture capital investments in local startups to our commitment to United Nations (UN) sustainability goals, we prioritize the mission of transforming lives in our country.


How machine learning in the Elastic Stack keeps Leaseweb secure

Leaseweb is a global Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider offering customers hosting solutions to boost their business while cutting costs. From our beginning 20 years ago, our founders envisioned how they could use their skills and experience as professional pilots to build out the Internet as a service in hopes of making it accessible and available to everyone. Today, that same vision remains part of our DNA.