This report provides a unique perspective on trends based on the usage of app architectures, processes, tools and use cases by leading-edge enterprises. The data in this report analyzes the technology adoption from more 2,000 Sumo Logic customers who run massive mission-critical modern applications on cloud platforms like AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform, as well as hybrid cloud infrastructures.
In today’s digital economy, the pressure to develop and release new software has become paramount to deliver great customer experiences and create a competitive advantage. Unfortunately, the process by which to deliver this software is increasingly complex and highly fragmented across various tools and teams. While this complexity increases, there is also no easy way to centrally measure, monitor and secure the overall performance of the software delivery pipeline in real-time.
The tectonic shift happening within the public sector is seeing more and more federal organizations transitioning from legacy, on-premises systems to more scalable and secure cloud-based architectures. Sumo Logic’s cloud-first approach is a perfect fit for this so we’re excited to announce Sumo Logic has been prioritized by FedRAMP to work with the Joint Authorization Board (JAB) to achieve a Provisional Authority to Operate (P-ATO).
As businesses transform their traditional business models into new digital ones, and aggressively compete for turf within the digital economy, their constant pursuit of competitive edge drives technology, process, and architectural innovations. As a result, it seems that every 18 months a technology paradigm shift comes about that enables better agility, lower cost, improved quality of service, better intelligence and more.
For 30 days, you get full access to Sumo Logic’s Continuous Intelligence Platform™, allowing you to conduct real-time forensics and log management for all your IT data. With fully elastic scalability, Sumo Logic is a fit for any size deployment—no complex installations or upgrades for hardware, software, and storage required.
As part of carrying out a major initiative to modernize its technology architecture, Phlexglobal began transitioning its software from on-premise to cloud computing, while simultaneously incorporating well-adopted application delivery tactics such as containerization, Agile methodologies, and DevOps. Alleviating the headaches caused by stitching together the information found in log files would go a long way towards making this venture a success.
Continuous intelligence has entered the business intelligence (BI) and analytics lexicon. However, like many new tech terms it is somewhat shrouded in confusion. Some believe it is a byword for realtime analytics, while others argue that it is an entirely new approach to analytics. In this report, we attempt to unravel the phrase and its approach, as well as distinguish it from continuous data integration, which emerged almost four years ago.
System administrators hold many key responsibilities within an IT organization. Most importantly, they must ensure that all systems, services, and applications are up, running, and performing as expected. When a system starts to lag or an application is down, the system administrators are called upon to troubleshoot and resolve the issue as quickly as possible to limit the impact on customers.
In this three-part series, we will take a hard look at Amazon’s Elastic Kubernetes Service: how it helps organizations run Kubernetes on AWS, what insights can be gained in EKS and how it’s monitored, and finally, how organizations can get the most out of EKS with the help of Sumo Logic. For the first installment, we’ll learn how it works and how organizations can get started with Amazon’s Elastic Kubernetes Service.