Netreo’s metrics, event monitoring, and notification capabilities can be extended to 3rd-party collaboration and messaging platforms for maximum operational efficiency. As outlined in our previous post, integrations with Netreo already include popular services such as Slack, PagerDuty, Jira, ServiceNow, and ZenDesk.Read More
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Data warehouse performance monitoring and management are crucial for the overall health of the data environment and impact users’ ability to efficiently draw meaningful data insights.
Staying up-to-date with the latest software releases is one of the biggest hassles for administrators of the cloud services. Downloading the latest software and performing frequent upgrades is even more cumbersome if downtime is involved in the process.
Nowadays, when IoT applications are massively moving from proof of concept to production, massive amounts of data are being collected and processes and environments are optimized with new solutions.
Azure Application Gateway provides application-level routing and load balancing services that let customers build scalable and highly-available web front ends in Azure. Traditional monitoring setup creates challenges as it involves defining parameters based on the expected behavior, setting up dashboards to visualize the data and configuring alerts and notifications.
Microsoft has recently announced the Business Critical service tier in Azure SQL Database Managed Instance in the general availability. Being a new deployment option in the SQL Database, Managed Instance streamlines SQL Server workloads migration from on-premises to the cloud.
This blog post describes the basics of time series analysis in Azure Data Explorer.
Azure Data Explorer (ADX) is a service designed for fast data exploration.
Recently Azure offered native Disaster Recovery for applications running on IaaS being the first public cloud to offer such a service. This service makes applications region-level resilient to failures via replicating VMs into other regions.
Azure Database for MySQL is a PaaS (Platform as a Service) solution that Microsoft offers on Azure. Using Azure managed services for MySQL enables one to easily build an intelligent and secure application.
Modern applications put the flexibility of the cloud to a good use by getting themselves distant from the monolithic architectures by means of a set of distinct services, all working together.