Webinar

Introduction to Containers - Docker Tutorial - Civo DevOps Bootcamp 2021

Join us in the Civo DevOps bootcamp, where you'll learn about DevOps fundamentals, how to get started, and some best practices. In this session, we'll give you an introduction to containers with a hands on demo of Docker. You'll learn about the Docker architecture, some important commands, and also how to Dockerise your own applications. We'll also have an introduction to containerd.

Monitor your Tomcat Java Application in 20 mins with OpenTelemetry & SigNoz

In this video, we show a step by step process to monitor your Spring Boot application with OpenTelemetry. We use SigNoz as the backend and visualisation UI. SigNoz is an open source alternative to DataDog, NewRelic, etc. We natively support Opentelemetry based instrumentation. You can instrument any application written in a language/framework supported by OpenTelemetry and visualise metrics and traces in SigNoz.

Why Error Monitoring is an Essential Part of Continuous Testing

In the modern era of DevOps-driven development, teams are increasingly pushing smaller and smaller increments of code into production faster and faster, often leading to inadequate testing. To assure and improve the quality of software in production, many developers are now benefiting from a new test methodology that combines functional testing with error monitoring in production.

The NetOps Expert - Episode 2: DX NetOps Expands Observability for Even More SDx Technologies

In this episode of The NetOps Expert, Broadcom’s Sarbdeep Singh and Jeremy Rossbach discuss and demo the latest DX NetOps 21.2 release enhancements to software-defined network technology monitoring for VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud, Cisco Meraki cloud-based LAN and WiFi and Nokia Nuage software-defined data center.

Using Feature Flags with Komodor and Sentry

Toggle on. Toggle off. Feature flags are enabling developers to deploy with confidence, safe in the knowledge that they can always disable buggy features in production without changing the code. While this increases the speed, stability, and frequency of software updates, it’s no magic trick and still requires planning in advance and using the right tools.