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Alerts. It’s so easy for them to pile up. One moment, you’re looking at a handful of alerts. A few hours — or maybe even minutes — later, you’re looking at a mountain. How do you manage them and keep your responders from being completely... The post Determining Incident Priority appear...
Locker kiosks also called smart lockers are enabling click-and-collect retailers to make inventory more accessible and easier to track. It’s a bigger market than you think and growing. It doesn’t seem that long ago when I first read about the Amazon Locker, it turns out it was six year...
By Cindy Riley It’s a term most would agree has outworn its welcome. “Digital transformation” has been tossed around for quite some time, but the term […]
Microsoft and the .NET community have made asynchronous programming very easy with their implementation of async await in C#. The latest versions of ASP.NET heavily utilize it to improve performance. Many performance monitoring and profiling tools struggle to support and visualize the ...
As some of you may know, we were formerly Salesforce Consultants, a product that was “Cloud” from day one. For us, cloud was not something we even thought about, until we pivoted to become a Microsoft Partner in 2011. Suddenly “Cloud” was a new thing? Huh?…...
What’s new is an all-different look and feel and an ever expanding knowledge base of content to help speed your success using AppDynamics products. Over the past several months, we’ve been working hard to redesign the AppDynamics Community based on your feedback. Today, we&...
Solr vs. Elasticsearch. Elasticsearch vs. Solr.  Which one is better? How are they different? Which one should you use? Before we start, check out two useful Cheat Sheets to guide you through both Solr and Elasticsearch and help boost your productivity and […]
There are two sides to the modern call center argument. You’re either lamenting the decline of phone calls as a means of communication or you’re excited that chat and other types of messaging are taking hold. But regardless where you stand in the conversation, there’s one thing both si...
It’s hard to believe it’s been a year already since last year’s XebiaLabs DevOps Leadership Summit! Our 2017 Summit—another sold-out event—will take place tomorrow […] The post XebiaLabs DevOps Leadership Summit 2017 is Tomorrow! appeared first on XebiaLabs Blog. Related posts: ...
I belong to a marginalized group. I won’t bore you with the details. It’s not that I think you’re indifferent, I just know that my story isn’t unique. There are millions with stories like mine. The size of our diverse family is unknown because we... The post Pride in Our Progress...
I’ll never forget the day that I first encountered the Internet. It was 1989 when a friend who worked in aerospace showed it to me — […]
During the recent Dell EMC World in Viva Las Vegas, Dell EMC TV interviewed me about my just-completed research project with the University of San Francisco, where I am an Executive Fellow and teach the School of Management course titled the “Big Data MBA.” Check out the video at the b...
OneAgent General improvements and fixes Early Access Program for Linux PowerPC (Little-endian) hosts running on RedHat and CentOS. The EAP includes deep monitoring of Java, Node.js as well as system, network, plugin metrics and log analytics. Garden injection for new garden-runc 1.2.0 ...
Even though Finland-based Nokia unloaded its mobile handset business on Microsoft in 2014, it remains the second-largest mobile equipment manufacturer in the world after Sweden-based Ericsson. […]
What’s this week about? Ready for another week of Cloud Month on DevCentral? Suzanne, Hitesh, Greg, Marty and Lori are ready! Last week we looked at services, security, automation, migration, Ansible and other areas to focus on once you get your cloud running. We also had a cool Lightb...
We deal with procurement departments everyday. It's a fact of modern day corporate life. But this week, I've had to respond to so many RFPs asking for "blue disco balls," (my metaphoric name for a specific kind of middle management error that most vendors, suppliers and even solutions ...
Last Thursday (June 15, 2017), Amazon decided to acquire Whole Foods for a whopping $13.7B ($42 per share, a 27% premium to its closing price). On Friday, stock prices of Walmart, Target, and Costco took a hit downwards, while Amazon … Continue reading →
We visited the picturesque town of Szentendre on the bank of Danube in Hungary not too far from Budapest. It is easy to reach there by bus. It is truly picturesque as you see in the pictures and if you are into painting you may like to visit. It has a beautiful church and there are res...
It was a huge week in digital performance last week. In what I hope is the first of a weekly series (depending on your feedback), here’s the lowdown. Dynatrace is the first monitoring solution to provide full stack insight into Cloud Foundry We are thrilled to announce that Dynat...
As organizations streamline their datacenter operations and move to consolidate their IT assets, they need the agility to quickly deploy and scale their infrastructure. This week, we were excited to announce new versions of Plexxi’s switches, and Control and Connect products (complete ...
Every application has specific functions that are mission critical. Including things like a customer’s ability to purchase something on your website or a REST API that handles thousands of requests per minute. Identifying and closely monitoring these key website transactions is a...
Webpage content is a mix of rich HTML, images, videos, and other media types. Multimedia content can add significantly to the overall page size and directly affect webpage performance. This doesn’t mean embedding videos are against best practices; all type of page content can be tuned ...
Only the Finished Product Matters
5G – the fifth-generation mobile networks standards – promises to disrupt both enterprises and the telecommunications world, as it will enable blisteringly fast communications among people […]
It was more like a free time in Budapest.We visited the World Heritage listed Gellert-Hegy (Hills) from where one can see the bend in the Danube river. The panoramic view is great. It was somewhat a hot day in June but it was quite breezy. We went up part of the way in a taxi (about 5 ...
There’s no question that among the growing digital landscape, APIs play an indispensable role in allowing different tools, platforms, and devices to integrate with one another as seamlessly as possible. However, when devops and SRE teams are charged with monitoring the performance of m...
We often hear about aspirational best practices to leverage Hadoop to develop a world-class platform for big data and predictive analytics. But equally (or more) important is making sure that you avoid the most common pitfalls as you begin this journey to enabling digital transformatio...
With the latest release of Dynatrace, we’ve introduced a new way to configure custom charts that makes dashboard creation easier and more intuitive. We’ve also introduced a valuable new type of dashboard tile called a “blinking light” tile. Create custom charts ...
Microsoft Windows Server, Azure, Nano and life cycle Updates For those of you who have an interest in Microsoft Windows Server on-premise, on Azure, on Hyper-V or Nano life cycle here are some recently announced updates. Microsoft has announced updates to Windows Server Core and...
The size of competitors and the longevity of their brands, are less predictive of future success than the quality and speed of their information logistics systems, and their ability to use it as a competitive advantage.More data is being generated today than ever before, and successful...
The eG Universal Management Pack for SCOM, part of the eG Enterprise IT performance monitoring suite, augments Microsoft SCOM’s monitoring capabilities, enabling it to become a truly unified monitoring and diagnosis console for today’s heterogeneous IT infrastructures. The recent relea...
Our first annual user conference, SmartBear Connect, comes to Boston September 12-13. This jam-packed event will bring together the world’s testing, development, and technology communities for:...
There are many types of errors that could be encountered while developing Java software, from, but most are avoidable. We’ve rounded up 50 of the most common Java software errors, complete with code examples and tutorials to help you work around common coding problems. For more t...
At XebiaLabs, we take pride in leading through example, building DevOps tools with the expertise from our own DevOps organization. But we also know […] The post We Need You for the XebiaLabs User Panel appeared first on XebiaLabs Blog. Related posts: How to Automate the Databa...
Today is a big day for us here at PagerDuty: We’re publicly announcing the Public Beta launch of our Community. We’ve actually been working on this project for quite some time, and now it’s finally ready for everyone to join. For us, the word “community”... The post Announcing PagerDut...
An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief Tosibox has leveraged its hardware engineering expertise to reinvent the virtual private network (VPN). Its hardware-based solution consists of a simple […]
continuing from The CIO in the Cloud era The IT issue and the Cloud solution (i) The transition to Shadow IT and the Cloud (ii)
An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief Haltian combines a deep bench of talent in electronics design and productization with product design and software expertise to create and […]
An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief Bittium brings its years of experience in the radio communications industry to a range of hardened and secure technologies, primarily for […]
An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief Because GPS doesn’t work indoors, some alternate technology is necessary for providing location information to mobile devices while inside. IndoorAtlas uses […]