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Top 5 Cloud Security Trends Revealed

Cloud security is becoming one of the most pressing issues for many modern organizations as they move to the cloud. According to Cloudneeti’s 2019 Cloud Security Trends and Predictions report, by 2020, 41% of overall workloads will run in public clouds. Defending against unauthorized data exposure and securing data, applications, and infrastructures across the cloud environment is a must. It is the responsibility of every organization and should be taken seriously.

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Keeping it Local: Bringing Logz.io to an AWS Region Near You

At Logz.io we obsess over our customers and believe that our customers’ happiness is fundamental to our success as a company. With a growing number of customers all over the world, it’s important to us that we provide them with the best experience we possibly can. After all, we know we’re handling extremely important data and helping to keep mission-critical applications up and running.

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Monitoring Azure Application Gateway with Logz.io

Load balancers play a key component in any cloud-based deployment. By distributing incoming traffic across backend servers or services, load balancers help improve responsiveness and increase the availability of your applications. Monitoring load balancers is important for analyzing traffic patterns and troubleshooting performance and availability issues. In this article we’ll take a look at Application Gateway — Azure’s load balancer and how to monitor it using Logz.io’s Azure integration.

Best Practices for Monitoring Your Azure Environment

Adoption of cloud services and Azure services in particular has exploded in the last few years – over 60% of enterprises now use Azure. As Azure users deploy ever more sophisticated application architectures, it becomes even more important to have a logging and monitoring system that can handle the complexity. The ELK stack is the most popular tool for this, but comes with its own challenges.
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Historical data analytics with Logz.io

Have you ever found yourself trying to reconstruct an event from the past only to come up blank because you cannot go so far back in time? If only you could bring back that missing piece of the puzzle! In the world of IT, logs are the way machines and software record events. They help us understand when an event happened, where they happened and most importantly, why they happened.

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Logz.io and Microsoft Azure: A Proud Partnership in Open Source

Today, I’m excited to announce a partnership between Logz.io and Microsoft Azure. With this partnership, Logz.io is now offering Azure customers a fully managed, scalable machine data analytics platform built on ELK and Grafana. What does that mean? Azure customers can now easily deploy, run, and scale ELK without the hassle and pain of maintaining and managing the stack themselves.