Serverless computing is the latest, greatest thing in the technology world. Although the serverless concept has been around in one form or another for more than a decade, the introduction of serverless platforms from major cloud providers—starting with AWS Lambda in 2014—has brought serverless mainstream for the first time.
The rise of cloud computing has literally reshaped the technology landscape, where decision makers are moving more and more pieces of the data center to virtualized web infrastructure. Microsoft Azure is the industry titan’s suite of solutions for infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS).
Organizations that deploy SIEM systems know this uphill climb well. Deployment typically takes 18 months, and more than half of these SIEM deployments fail. A major friction point is the big hardware refresh every three to four years, requiring all configurations & customizations be saved. With the refresh, you must update hardware, software, rules, patches, among others, and that usually renders the SIEM unusable. [...]
Microsoft Windows Internet Information Services (IIS) log files provide valuable information about the use and state of applications running on the web. However, it’s not always easy to find where those files are to determine important aspects of app usage like when requests for servers were made, by whom, and other user traffic concerns.
We are a multi-cloud managed services provider (MSP) that works strictly with Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Microsoft Azure. We’ve been working with enterprise public cloud leaders in Europe since 2012 and our goal is to provide fully managed public cloud transformation to our customers. This comes in many forms, including infrastructure automation, and application development and [...]
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 underlying infrastructure you depend on. As automation has increased, [...]
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 releasing applications multiple times a day? (With technologies [...]
Learn what it takes to build and manage a modern application in the cloud Most customer-facing digital services are built on custom “modern applications” – an application stack with new tiers, new technologies and typically running on cloud platforms like Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, etc. - which are designed with the goal of delivering fast time-to-value and incredible scale. [...]
We have released 11 brand new Google Cloud Platform (GCP) applications to the existing Sumo Logic App Catalog. We continue to see momentum and adoption of multiple cloud providers by our customers and this release reinforces our commitment to providing our customers with continuous intelligence of their business regardless of where their applications modern and cloud infrastructure data reside — from Amazon Web [...]
*Authored by Kevin Keech, Director of Support at Sumo Logic, and Graham Watts, Senior Solutions Engineer at Sumo Logic Many Sumo Logic customers ask, “How can I use Sumo Logic for support and customer success teams?” If you need a better customer experience to stay ahead of the competition, Sumo Logic can help. In this post, I will describe why and how support and customer success teams use Sumo Logic, and [...]
Containers are portable assets that let you design and deploy with little overhead from your development team. They take your monolithic code base and turn it into several lightweight modules that you can more easily manage and interconnect without worry of one small module taking out your entire application. This gives you more granular control of your code, but it also means that you have several moving parts as [...]
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. Being able to view logs from those [...]
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 to an Azure cloud server. For a Windows developer, Azure was the [...]