In recent years, monoliths have lost favor as microservices increased in popularity. Conventional wisdom says that microservices, and distributed systems in general, are hard to operate: There are often too many dependencies and tunables, multiple moving parts, and operational complexity.
7.0 has a lot of new functionality and a few changes to the Kibana Plugin APIs.
CA’s latest network monitoring release streamlines access to key NetFlow data including protocol, host and type of service (ToS); in context and expands your operational awareness in the NetOps Portal.
If you’ve recently enjoyed an alcoholic beverage, chances are it came from a Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits warehouse. Southern Glazer’s is the largest national distributor of beverage alcohol and wine, with 22,000 employees across North America and the Caribbean. They have 12.5 million square feet of warehouse space in the US, their distribution fleet is 2,700 trucks strong, and they boast $18 billion in sales annually.
Ghost Inspector is an automated browser testing tool for continously monitoring websites. Many of those websites run on WordPress. After lots of demand from our users, we've built a plugin to show your Ghost Inspector test results right inside your WordPress admin panel. The plugin enables you to display the latest test results for a single suite on the dashboard of any self-hosted WordPress installation. Keep reading to learn how to install and setup the plugin.
We had a blast at this year’s SREcon in Brooklyn, NY. The three-day event included meeting with integration partners and deepening our understanding of website reliability from a DevOps perspective.
Continuous application performance management (CAPM) is a key focus area in the enterprise IT segment. With organizations increasing their focus on digital business services, monitoring and managing the application performance becomes paramount. When a digital business service is slow or down, it impacts the business adversely.
Anyone developing software will sooner or later want to debug their code. It’s very clarifying to see your code execute step by step and inspect the values of variables at runtime. Developing with PHP is no different. In this article, we’ll have a look at PHP debugging, and I’ll also provide some tips and tricks.
By monitoring the end-to-end user experience, IT professionals gain keen insights into application performance from the customer's perspective.