Site reliability engineers (SREs) rely on monitoring and analytics tools like Sumo Logic to guarantee uptime and performance of their applications and various components or services in production. The ability to visually monitor, automatically generate alerts and efficiently troubleshoot an issue in real time has become table stakes for any modern SRE team.
Dealing with IT outages and downtime is one of the biggest technical challenges of the modern era, costing North American businesses an estimated $700 billion per year. Today's world of interconnected cloud services and microservice architectures has created infinitely more opportunities for something to go wrong and disrupt service. When that happens, there's an urgent need to alert the right people or teams to fix [...]
All businesses today are built on layers of platforms. The app running your business is built on top of the Kubernetes application deployment platform, running on the AWS cloud platform. AWS is built on top of platforms such as the Linux operating system and the Intel X86 processor architecture. Smartly managed, a good product evolves into a platform for users to extract value and for developers to create new [...]
It’s RSA Conference 2019 and Sumo Logic’s VP of Global Partner Sales & Alliances Jabari Norton caught up with Dave Cliffe, head of strategy at PagerDuty, one of our valued partners, to share some news about our joint integration that empowers customers to holistically manager their modern security operations. Watch our latest partner cam video below for the details!
The way we all experience and interact with apps, devices, and data is changing dramatically. End users demand that apps are responsive, stable, and offer the same user experience no matter which platform they are using. To build these well, many developers consider creating cross-platform apps. Although building a separate native app per platform is a preferred approach for mass market consumer apps, there are [...]
KubeCon North America – Seattle I made the trip up to Seattle for KubeCon North America at the end of 2018 along with a bunch of us from Sumo Logic. KubeCon is a conference that specializes in all things Kubernetes and focuses on updating the world on the state of the Kubernetes ecosystem. This year’s event was massive with 8,000 attendees, and talks given by representatives from Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google [...]