Mike Mackrory, Author at Sumo Logic
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Mike Mackrory

Mike Mackrory

Mike Mackrory is a member of the Sumo Logic DevOps Community. By day he works as a Senior Engineer on a Quality Engineering team and by night he writes, consults on several web based projects and runs a marginally successful eBay sticker business. When he’s not tapping on the keys, he can be found hiking, fishing and exploring both the urban and the rural landscape with his kids. Always happy to help out another developer, he has a definite preference for helping those who bring gifts of gourmet donuts, craft beer and/or Single-malt Scotch.

Log Analysis on the Microsoft Cloud

The Microsoft Cloud, also known as Microsoft Azure, is a comprehensive collection of cloud services available for developers and IT professionals to deploy and manage applications in data centers around the globe. Managing applications and resources can be challenging, especially when the ecosystem involves many different types of resources, and perhaps multiple instances of each. […]

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Choosing Between an ELB and an ALB on AWS

If you use AWS, you have two load-balancing options: ELB and ALB. And while choice is always a good thing, the ELB vs. ALB debate can be intimidating. Which load balancer is right for your application? Is ALB better than ELB, or vice versa? This article explores these questions. What Are the ELB and ALB? […]

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Configuring Your ELB Health Check For Better Health Monitoring

Configuring health checks for the AWS Elastic Load Balancer (ELB) is an important step to ensure that your cloud applications run smoothly. In this article, we’re going to look specifically at how to configure the health checks on an ELB. In addition, we’re going to look at what factors you should consider when creating and […]

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Tuning Your ELB for Optimal Performance

Amazon Web Services (AWS) first introduced Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) in May of 2009. The objective of the service was to provide a method for users to distribute traffic across multiple Amazon EC2 instances. Today, AWS offers their ELB service in three distinct flavors: Classic Load Balancer Application Load Balancer Network Load Balancer In this […]

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Best Practices for AWS Config

AWS Config was introduced by Amazon Web Services in 2014 as an auditing tool to help consumers of AWS resources actively track and monitor AWS assets. The tool allows administrators to determine compliance with corporate and security standards. It also functions in determining changes to the cloud ecosystem which may have resulted in performance and […]

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