Process, Store and Analyze JSON Data with Ultimate Flexibility

Javascript Object Notation (JSON) is becoming the standard log format, with most modern applications and services taking advantage of its flexibility for their logging needs. However, the great flexibility for developers quickly turns into complexity for the DevOps and Data Engineers responsible for ingesting and processing the logs. That’s why we developed JSON Flex: a scalable analytics solution for complex, nested JSON data.


You Can't Hit What You Can't See

Full-stack observability is a critical requirement for effective modern data platforms to deliver the agile, flexible, and cost-effective environment organizations are looking for. For analytic applications to properly leverage a hybrid, multi-cloud ecosystem to support modern data architectures, data observability has become even more important. I spoke to Mark Ramsey of Ramsey International (RI) to dive deeper into that last subject.


Data modeling techniques for data warehousing

When setting up a modern data stack, data warehouse modeling is often the very first step. It is important to create an architecture that supports the data models that you wish to build. I often see people going straight to writing complex transformations before thinking about how they want to organize the databases, schemas, and tables within their warehouse. To succeed, it is key to design your data warehouse with your models in mind before starting the modeling process.