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Data lake vs. data mesh: Which one is right for you?

What’s the right way to manage growing volumes of enterprise data, while providing the consistency, data quality and governance required for analytics at scale? Is centralizing data management in a data lake the right approach? Or is a distributed data mesh architecture right for your organization?


Log Analytics 2023 Guide

As enteprise networks grow larger and more complex, IT teams are increasingly dependent on the enhanced network visibility and monitoring capabilities provided by log analytics solutions. Log analytics gives enterprise Engineering, DevOps, and SecOps teams the ability to efficiently troubleshoot cloud services and infrastructure, monitor the security posture of enterprise IT assets, and measure application performance throughout the application lifecycle or DevOps release pipeline.


Docker Logging

As more organizations are moving to a cloud-native architecture, there is an ever-increasing need to monitor applications and services. Logging is a crucial part of this process, as it provides the insights and visibility to identify potential issues and track application performance. When it comes to managing and monitoring applications, Docker logging is an essential part of the process.


Making the Most of Your Logs in Rails

Most people only realize the necessity of logs when they need them the most. But when your application breaks, user complaints start flooding in, and you have no clue how to fix it, it's too late to add some log messages that might have helped. Good logs pay for themselves tenfold. They make it a breeze to diagnose those tricky bugs, and if you do logs right, they can alert you of issues even before your users notice. But what does it mean to 'do logging right'?


Java Logging Frameworks: log4j vs logback vs log4j2

If you ever had to analyze an issue in production, I’m sure you know how important it is to have good logging. Good logging requires three things: While you still need to decide yourself which log messages you should write for each use case, you don’t need to worry about requirement 2 and 3. Various logging frameworks already solved these technical requirements. You only need to choose one of them and use it to write your log messages.


How to configure and use JMeter logging

We are going to look at how JMeter outputs to both the log panel in GUI mode and the log file in non-GUI mode. We will look at the properties relating to the GUI log panel and the Appenders and Loggers that determine what data is output and at what level the logs are output at. JMeter uses log4j to provide its logging mechanism and from the log4j website: We will look at how Jmeter configures Appenders and Loggers separately but they work together to produce the logged output.


How to Create a Dashboard in Kibana

Wondering how to create a dashboard in Kibana to visualize and analyze your log data? In this blog post, we’ll provide a step-by-step explanation of how to create a dashboard in Kibana. You’ll learn how to use Kibana to query indexed application and event log data, filter query results to highlight the most critical and actionable information, build Kibana visualizations using your log data, and incorporate those visualizations into a Kibana dashboard.


An Overview of Streaming Analytics in AWS for Logging Applications

Streaming analytics in AWS gives enterprises the ability to process and analyze log data in real time, enabling use cases that range from delivering personalized customer experiences to anomaly and fraud detection, application troubleshooting, and user behavior analysis. In the past, real-time log analytics solutions could process just a few thousand records per second and it would still take minutes or hours to process the data and get answers.


Build log grouping: Introducing a new and improved build log feature for mobile app developers

Build log grouping is a new feature that streamlines the build log process, making it easier to understand why a build failed and at which Step the failure occurred. Read how build logs are now grouped by steps, and how we improved our error message display.


Top 10 iOS Libraries of 2023: Stay Ahead of the Game

This is the most fertile time for app development since the launch of the App Store 15 years ago. Our industry is in the grip of several simultaneous revolutions, each of them bending, flexing and moulding to the others. 5G promises to make our apps 10 times faster; wearable technology lets them wrap themselves around our bodies; artificial intelligence enables them to learn from us and get smarter every day. But this torrent of innovation brings challenges, too.