GigaOm’s comprehensive 2021 Radar Report for SOAR reveals the leading SOAR vendors in different categories. The report is based on key criteria and relevant evaluation metrics that identify the vendors that excel based on their products, technical feature set, innovation efforts, and forward-thinking capabilities.
With a panel of expert speakers from Sumo Logic and Computing, this webinar draws on the latest Computing research to discuss and explore what it means to be cloud native, advantages this approach offers, technologies that cloud-native organisations are utilising and the innovations that have emerged as a result, and much more.
To keep modern, complex and continuously changing applications running is not an easy ask. Most operate by going from one fire-drill to the next. Reliability management helps shift teams from a reactive to a proactive stance to provide a fantastic digital experience and mitigate service disruptions.
Introducing the Sensu Integration Catalog — a marketplace-like UX for simplifying new user onboarding, and deploying production-ready monitoring in a matter of minutes. The Sensu Integration Catalog is also an open marketplace that new and existing users can contribute to by sharing Sensu configurations.
Today I’m going to show you how to use a sample Java application called PetClinic to capture application traces using OpenTelemetry for Java auto-instrumentation and send them to Sumo Logic. Ask any Java developer: Spring is the most widely used web application framework and PetClinic is the most popular project in Spring. Thus the choice of the application as our demo subject.
As organizations have moved toward a microservices design pattern, the need for reliable and performant solutions that enable decoupled services to communicate with one another has grown. RabbitMQ is an open-source message broker designed for this purpose. We’ll discuss what RabbitMQ is, how it works, why it needs to be monitored and how Sumo Logic can effectively do this.
Open Source software is everywhere. Many of us are using open source tools to build and operate our products. Even more of us have open source components included inside of the products and services we deliver. But, how do organizations know which components are in use, and what value are they getting?
ActiveMQ is a message-oriented middleware, which means that it is a piece of software that handles messages across applications. It acts as a broker that can help facilitate asynchronous communication patterns like publish-subscribe and message queues. The main goal of those servers is to create a scalable and reliable message bus that different components can use to communicate with each other.
We know customers and users today demand new features to be frequently released to their favorite apps. Plus they expect any bugs or issues hindering a great user experience to be fixed—and fast. Here we're going to cover new capabilities built to help you keep up with the business by measuring how well your team works in small batches and identifying previously invisible cross-team dependencies in your development and delivery processes.
It is safe to say that customers and enterprises have come to expect their digital experiences to be near instantaneous. Fifty three percent of consumers will wait no more than three seconds for a web page to render before abandoning the site. But new technologies, like connected vehicles, AR/VR, and industrial automation, are pushing the limits of what traditional architecture can handle when it comes to delivering ultra-low latency.