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Blogs in the AWS Category Find blogs about Amazon Web Services, a cornerstone in the IT infrastructure of many modern businesses. Get up-to-date on AWS news, learn about it's many services, and find out how it integrates with Sumo Logic platform for unparalleled analytics and insights. Browse our AWS blogs, and stay in-the-know.
Near Real-Time Log Collection From Amazon S3 Storage

We are very excited to announce a new capability for our Amazon S3 sources. Until recently, the only method Sumo Logic used for discovering new data in an S3 bucket was periodic polling. However, with our new notification-based approach, users can now configure S3 sources such that Sumo Logic is notified immediately (via AWS SNS) […]

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How to Use the New Sumo Logic Terraform Provider for Hosted Collectors

Over the years, automation has become a key component in the management of the entire software release lifecycle. Automation helps teams get code from development into the hands of users faster and more reliably. While this principle is critical to your source code and continuous integration and delivery processes, it is equally essential to the […]

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Why is Oracle and Microsoft SQL Adoption Low for Developers on AWS?

As more applications are either migrated or originally built in the cloud, the entire application stack morphs with the changes to leverage new cloud-native technologies. Typical stacks now look markedly different than those just a few years ago. Modern apps aren’t using your father’s tools and the once-dominant market share some legacy solutions used to […]

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Sumo Logic’s Third Annual State of Modern Apps and DevSecOps in the Cloud Report is Here!

Imagine that you are tasked with architecting your mission-critical cloud application. Or migrating your on-premises app to the cloud. And you ask yourself “how do the cloud savvy companies like Twitter, Airbnb, Adobe, SalesForce, etc. build and manage their modern applications?” Or perhaps, you wonder about any or all of the following: How are they […]

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A Primer on Building a Monitoring Strategy for Amazon RDS

In a previous blog post, we talked about Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS). RDS is one of the most popular cloud-based database services today and extensively used by Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers for its ease of use, cost-effectiveness and simple administration. Although as a managed service, RDS doesn’t require database administrators (DBAs) to do […]

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Comparing AWS Data Warehouse & Analytics Services — Migrating to AWS Part 3

AWS Data Warehouse and Analytics Services In this final article of our three-part blog series, we will introduce you to two popular data services from Amazon Web Services (AWS): Redshift and Elastic Map Reduce (EMR). These services are ideal for AWS customers to store large volumes of structured, semi-structured or unstructured data and query them […]

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Log Management and Analytics for the AWS ELB Classic Service

Quick Refresher Earlier this year, we showed you how to monitor Amazon Web Services Elastic Load Balancer (AWS ELB) with Cloudwatch. This piece is a follow up to that, and will focus on Classic Load Balancers. Classic Load Balancers provide basic load balancing across multiple Amazon EC2 instances and operate at both the request level […]

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Gain Full Visibility into Microservices Architectures Using Kubernetes with Sumo Logic and Amazon EKS

The following blog is a collaborative piece from Sumo Logic and AWS. Special thanks to co-authors Anoop Sunke, AWS partner solutions architect and Frank Reno, solutions architect at Sumo Logic for their joint contributions and expert technical insight. What is EKS Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS) is a managed service that makes […]

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Comparing RDS, DynamoDB & Other Popular Database Services – Migrating to AWS Part 2

AWS Database Services In a previous article of this series, we introduced Amazon S3 and Amazon Glacier, both suitable for storing unstructured or semi-structured data in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud. In most cases, organizations have different types of databases powering their applications. AWS offers a number of robust, scalable and secured database services […]

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Comparing AWS S3 and Glacier Data Storage Services – Migrating to AWS Part 1

Making a Data Storage Choice Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the most popular cloud service provider today. Since inception, AWS has pioneered and revolutionized the way modern organizations deploy, operate and manage their IT services in a virtualized environment. Thousands of companies around the world have either partially or fully migrated their IT workload to […]

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Monitoring AWS Elastic Load Balancing with Cloudwatch

Quick Refresher – What is AWS Elastic Load Balancing? A key part of any modern application is the ability to spread the load of user requests to your application across multiple resources, which makes it much easier to scale as traffic naturally goes up and down during the day and the week. Amazon Web Services’ […]

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Achieving AWS DevOps Competency Status and What it Means for Customers

As a company born in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud, Sumo Logic has been dedicated to forging key strategic partnerships that focus on giving customers the ultimate solution they need to manage and secure their modern applications in the cloud. Today, we’re proud to announce that we’ve achieved AWS DevOps Competency status. Sumo Logic […]

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