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Dashboard (New) offers a host of new visualization types, like honeycombs, time series, combination graphs, maps and more. With customizable templated dashboards, observing your system is easier than ever before. Dark theme is designed to help you do all of these actions comfortably by reducing strain to your eyes in low light environments. So you can continue to monitor and troubleshoot your systems without hurting your eyes.
As cloud infrastructure grows and develops, reliable and safe management of containers across multiple cloud providers grows increasingly important - accelerating the adoption of Kubernetes (K8s). Orchestration technologies like Kubernetes (K8s) automate the deployment and scaling of containers, and they also ensure the reliability of applications and workloads running on containers.
Open source has come a long way. One of my favorite reports on the subject is Red Hat’s State of Enterprise Open Source. For 2020, 95% of respondents said that open source is strategically important to their business needs. Here, I will be recapping my recent Illuminate presentation about embracing open source data collection and I thought it’s important to first talk about how open source has changed.
In the wake of the widely publicized FireEye breach and the alarming SolarWinds supply chain attack, this presents an ideal opportunity for reflection on the broader shift taking place across the world—the transition from legacy on-prem infrastructures to the cloud. When a sophisticated nation-state obtains utilities intended for Red Team activities-- all but assuring nefarious intent-- it should give our community pause as to the collective state of security readiness should an attacker leverage such tools.
With almost every blog you read about monitoring, troubleshooting, or more recently, the observability of modern application stacks, you’ve probably read a statement saying that complexity is growing as a demand for more elasticity increases which makes management of these applications increasingly difficult.
The global security community recently learned of a supply chain attack against SolarWinds via their Orion® Platform. In this blog we are providing recommendations for Sumo Logic customers to gain a deeper understanding of how to utilize available Indicators of Compromise (IOCs) within our Cloud SIEM offerings to determine your exposure to the attack. Additionally, we’re sharing targeted search recommendations from our Sumo Logic Special Operations (or SpecOps) threat hunting team.
Sumo Logic has reviewed the announced breach on December 8, 2020 by FireEye and their subsequent public release of over 300 countermeasure rules. We are continuing to analyze the available information and would like to share this update to all existing and prospective customers interested in how our Sumo Logic services can assist with this development.
Amazon Redshift is a cloud-based data warehousing solution that makes it easy to collect and analyze large quantities of data within the cloud. Cloud data warehouse services like Redshift can remove some of the performance and availability pain-points associated with on-premises data warehousing, but they are not a silver bullet. Getting the most out of Redshift requires carefully monitoring Redshift clusters in order to identify stability issues and performance bottlenecks.
Observability is arguably the tech buzzword of the year. Whether or not you believe the hype, observability is all about how to ensure overall system health and deliver reliable customer experiences. This is done by observing the system, and when a problem arises, using real-time analytics to quickly help identify the what, where, and why of the problem.