The move to cloud computing has significant repercussions for network management. Cloud computing environments are dynamic, so your tools need to be dynamic as well.
Download this white paper to learn about five best practices for cloud monitoring including:
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In today’s modern software factories, organizations are shifting security to the left. No longer just the purview of firewalls, security needs to be built in during development and deployment processes. By doing so, organizations can ensure they are limiting vulnerabilities getting into production while cutting costs of both downtime and code rework. Learn about:
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Mostafa Siraj is a senior AppSec Engineer (Manager Level) at Capital One Bank based in London, United Kingdom. He has broad experience in preventing vulnerabilities in source code and architecture.
Rani Osnat has more than 20 years of enterprise software industry experience, in project management, product management and marketing, including a decade as VP of marketing for innovative tech startups in the IT security and cloud arenas. Previously Rani was a management consultant in the London office of Booz & Co. He holds an MBA from INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France.
Containers are becoming the basic unit of deployment. Kubernetes is becoming the industry standard for managing containerized applications.
In this webinar, we will talk about basic Kubernetes constructs and will show how you can run three pod clustered Redis Enterprise on Kubernetes.
You will learn:
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Vick Kelkar, Product, Redis Labs
Organizations in a wide range of industries are rapidly adopting microservices because of the promise of greater agility and scalability. However, managing the performance of microservices-based applications introduces new challenges. Gartner stated in a recent report that traditional APM tools which were purpose-built for monoliths aren’t well suited to the dynamism, modularity, and scale of microservices-based applications.
During this webinar Tyler Wells, Director of Engineering at Twilio and Dennis Chu, Director of Product Marketing at LightStep share their insights about how to effectively manage the performance of microservices-based applications. You’ll learn how Twilio was able to:
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Director of Software Engineering, Twilio
Director of Product Marketing, LightStep
Improved efficiency, reduced cost, and new revenue streams are the promised benefits of IoT deployments. To attain these results, connectivity management comes to the forefront, providing the ability to effectively connect, monitor, and manage multiple devices spread out over diverse areas.
Connectivity management, regardless of the number of devices or the amount of data transmitted, must be simplified for cost and efficiencies. The solution comes via a single platform, one that simplifies the connectivity management process, includes heightened security, and enables performance optimizations and cost controls.
In this webinar we look into the issues, the challenges, and the benefits of an evolving IoT landscape. We then then provide insights to solutions and growth in this sector.
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Multi-cloud strategies offer undeniable benefits of speed and scalability. But it also comes with some downsides, including architectural complexity and a lack of consistent application services across platforms.
This ebook looks at the good, the bad and the downright ugly of adopting a multi-cloud strategy. Read it today!
Many organizations understand the benefits of cloud computing, but their journey has been done in an ad hoc manner. There is, however, much to consider before moving to the cloud, such as choosing one cloud or multiple clouds to run on, or adopting a hybrid on-premises/cloud strategy.
56% of F5 survey respondents say their cloud decisions are made on a per-application, case-by-case basis
42% say applying consistent security across all company applications was a challenge.
Read this white paper to learn the 4 key steps to take when starting your journey to the cloud!
By understanding the distinct phases of incident management in technology environments, teams can build a comprehensive plan to prepare for, react to, and analyze the impact of an incident. Download the Five Stages of Incident Management white paper and gain clear insight into:
Understanding each stage of incident management
Helpful tips on driving improvements across each stage
Key insights into the practices of top incident management teams
OpsGenie bridges the flow of data across DevOps monitoring tools for unmatched visibility into system and application health. This helps teams work smarter and react faster across the development lifecycle.
Regardless of how established your incident management practices are, this white paper has been designed to take you to the next level.
APIs power today’s connected digital world, extending the functionality of web applications and driving automation. While they improve extensibility and innovation, API’s can also hurt your end-user’s experience if integrations are not available or functioning properly, so API monitoring has become critical to protecting performance.
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With more applications moving to the cloud, the role of IT moves from managing performance and availability, to governance. Ensuring service level agreements (SLAs) are being met is important for both the consumer and provider of a SaaS service.
This handbook is a deep dive into the importance of establishing and monitoring SLAs for both consumers and cloud service providers. It provides general best practices for setting up metrics and reports and then explains very specifically how to achieve this with Catchpoint.
This SLA Monitoring handbook covers:
Service level indicators (SLI), objectives (SLO), and agreements (SLA)
Creating and maintaining SLA monitoring reports
Configuring alerts for SLA breaches
Cloud monitoring best practices
Enforcing SLAs for critical business transactions and third-party tags
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According to Gartner, cloud spending is estimated to reach $383 billion by 2020. While cloud services (SaaS, IaaS, PaaS, etc.) and cloud providers (Azure, AWS, Google Cloud, etc.) have opened new opportunities, they bring new challenges for IT organizations. The traditional role of IT and monitoring needs to evolve to meet the changing needs of a cloud-first world.
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