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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.
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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DevSecOps 2.0

You’re doing DevSecOps, and that’s a good thing. But have you taken it to the next level yet? Are you doing DevSecOps 2.0? In this post, we’ll look at what DevSecOps 2.0 is all about, and what it takes to get there. DevSecOps: Don’t Leave Home Without It. But before we go on, let’s take […]

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4 Reasons Why I Chose Azure : A Developer’s Perspective

Before Azure and AWS, Microsoft development teams would need a server on their local network that would manage change control and commits. Once a week, a chosen developer would compile and deploy the application to a production server. Now developers have the option of creating cloud applications in Visual Studio and connecting their projects directly […]

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Kubernetes Logging Overview

Kubernetes is gaining adoption at every type of organization, and has become the leading container orchestration tool. And although Kubernetes makes container orchestration simple, Kubernetes itself isn’t always easy. Kubernetes helps you manage containers, but it doesn’t come with built-in tools for monitoring and working with it. To manage a Kubernetes cluster effectively, you need […]

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Kubernetes vs. Docker: What Does It Really Mean?

“Kubernetes vs. Docker” is a phrase that you hear more and more these days as Kubernetes becomes ever more popular as a container orchestration solution. However, “Kubernetes vs. Docker” is also a somewhat misleading phrase. When you break it down, these words don’t mean what many people intend them to mean, because Docker and Kubernetes […]

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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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Resolving Issues with Your Application Using IIS Logs

If you are like most software developers, your code often doesn’t work the first time you write and test it—and a good portion of your job is dedicated to troubleshooting errors caused by the configuration of your application server or the code you have written. This type of troubleshooting typically involves analyzing log files. If […]

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Kubernetes Security Best Practices

Kubernetes is more popular than ever. As a result, securing Kubernetes clusters is now more important than ever. This is not necessarily an easy task, because a container environment consists of multiple layers, all of which need to be secured. This article explains best practices for securing a Kubernetes cluster at all layers, including the […]

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Docker Logging Example

Docker is hard. Don’t get me wrong. It’s not the technology itself that is difficult…It’s the learning curve. Committing to a Docker-based infrastructure means committing to a new way of thinking, which can be a harsh adjustment from the traditional thinking behind bare metal and virtualized servers. Because of Docker’s role-based container methodology, simple things […]

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AWS Config vs. CloudTrail

AWS is a vast universe with over 100 cloud services, all geared to provide you with the most robust, reliable, and cost-effective cloud computing experience. Many of these services are closely related, and almost seem to overlap. There are multiple database services, logging services, resource creation services, compute services, notification services and even multiple configuration […]

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