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Learn how to access the JDBC database of your choice with AWS Glue and Spark using DataDirect JDBC drivers. 2017-10-09T16:22:03Z 2017-11-07T18:48:40Z Saikrishna Teja Bobba
Developers are rate limiting their APIs to improve their application’s security and performance. Learn more about API Throttling / Rate Limits in this blog. 2017-10-25T14:20:51Z 2017-10-26T20:02:05Z Nishanth Kadiyala
Introducing Windows Subsystem for Linux WSL Overview #blogtober Introducing Windows Subsystem for Linux WSL and Overview. Microsoft has been increasing their support of Linux across Azure public cloud, Hyper-V and Linux Integration Services (LIS) and Windows platforms including Wi...
Introducing Windows Subsystem for Linux WSL Overview #blogtober Introducing Windows Subsystem for Linux WSL and Overview. Microsoft has been increasing their support of Linux across Azure public cloud, Hyper-V and Linux Integration Services (LIS) and Windows platforms including Wi...
The DevOps mindset can be flipped around and applied to Test Environment Management The hyped mnemonic “DevOps” is equally true the other way around: OpsDev – that is, more and more work in the operations and infrastructure departments happens as development activitie...
Learn how to access the JDBC database of your choice with AWS Glue and Spark SQL using DataDirect JDBC drivers. 2017-10-09T16:22:03Z 2017-10-13T20:23:20Z Saikrishna Teja Bobba
Web development is a fast-paced and diverse environment. It may be hard to navigate in such a variety of frameworks and technologies, and choosing the technology that suits you best may also prove to be challenging. Having built dozens of successful web applications for startups and bu...
Server StorageIO September 2017 Data Infrastructure Update Newsletter
Amazon Web Service AWS September 2017 Software Defined Data Infrastructure Updates Amazon Web Service AWS September 2017 Software Defined Data Infrasture Updates September was a busy month pertaining to software defined data infrastructure including cloud and related AWS announce...
Server StorageIO September 2017 Data Infrastructure Update Newsletter
Amazon Web Service AWS September 2017 Software Defined Data Infrastructure Updates Amazon Web Service AWS September 2017 Software Defined Data Infrasture Updates September was a busy month pertaining to software defined data infrastructure including cloud and related AWS announce...
Learn how to access the JDBC database of your choice with AWS Glue using DataDirect JDBC drivers. 2017-10-09T16:22:03Z 2017-10-09T16:51:57Z Saikrishna Teja Bobba
Release 4.2 of Hybrid Data Pipeline supports OData 4.0, along with OData 2.0, and offers several enhancements to improve operational integration. 2017-10-02T13:00:00Z 2017-10-02T17:44:09Z Nishanth Kadiyala ?utm_medium=feed&utm_source=feedpress.me&utm_campa...
Today, we see that IT is awash in a sea of data. Data from monitoring tools, dashboards, apps and critical alert management platforms make it challenging at best for IT to ensure the data it gathers can define the problem. With so much data surrounding them, it becomes even more challe...
Oracle GraalVM is a novel ecosystem that’s used to compile and run applications that are written in numerous languages, including JavaScript, Ruby, R, Python, JVM-based languages (such as Java, Scala, Groovy, and Kotlin), as well as LLVM-based languages, including C, C++, Fortran...
What do API Security and MySQL have in common? Not much one hopes, especially if you are responsible for implementing enterprise-wide API Security. When picking any security product, particularly an API Security Gateway, an enterprise should
At this year’s MongoDB World, we welcomed a new cohort of Scholars as part of our Diversity Scholarship. Through the program, members of underrepresented groups in technology receive complimentary access to the conference, training, and mentorship. We received 200 applications from tec...
The new limits API is engineered to be database-agnostic and support row limit throttling (limiting user queries to a specified number of rows) for analytical workloads in hosted environments. 2017-08-24T19:33:51Z 2017-08-24T21:33:07Z Saikrishna Teja Bobba ...
OneAgent Java Class search and method lookup have been added to the method argument wizard Support for Apache HTTP Core Server (synchronous version) is now available Beta support for Jetty custom handlers is now available. If you want to participate in the Beta program, please post a r...
The #MongoDBSummer17 Interns have been able to work on some pretty amazing projects this intern season. Whether they were writing code to enhance user experience across the globe, preparing our newest backend as a service, MongoDB Stitch, for launch, or creating e-learning platforms fo...
The first phase of a Cloud Transformation project determines the principle scope of the exercise based on the business goals,
The uber poster child of migrating legacy applications and IT systems via the ‘Cloud Native’ approach is Netflix. Not only
For this week’s spotlight we’re chatting with Konstantin Manchev, a DBA- and DEV-certified professional who works as a MongoDB Database Administrator at the European Patent Office out of the Netherlands. Konstantin has worked on several interesting telecom data analysis projects throug...
Three years ago I joined an up-and-coming startup called PagerDuty as an Engineering Manager. Having received Series A funding in 2013, the company was in hyper-growth mode and hiring aggressively across all areas. The Engineering team was less than 30 people at the time and... The pos...
A new company just emerged from stealth mode yesterday, called Dremio, backed by Redpoint and Lightspeed in a Series A funding of $10m back in 2015. The founders came from MapR, but were active in Apache projects like Drill and … Continue reading →
This post is the third and final installment in our OpenStack monitoring series. Part 1 explores the state of OpenStack and some of its key terms, Part 2 is about the OpenStack monitoring space and how open source tools like the Elastic Stack (ELK Stack) compare to Dynatrace. In this l...
Logging is a must for today’s developers; that’s why we built Retrace with a built-in, centralized log management tool to enable you to collect all your log data in one place for streamlined monitoring and better insights. Retrace works out-of-the-box with your stack, inclu...
We could fill up an entire database with reasons to join us at MongoDB World. But don’t just take our word for it. Read about attendees’ experiences at MongoDB World 2016 and find out why they’re joining us again this year on June 20-21 in Chicago. Explore 80+ sessions and learn from t...
On the third floor of a pre-war building in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood, you might not expect to stumble upon a fleet of hundreds of handwriting robots. However, in the offices of Bond, that’s exactly what you’ll find. Bond began in 2013 as a gifting company, adorning each of thei...
20 billion documents, 15TB of data scaled across a MongoDB cluster in the cloud. New apps each adding 1 billion+ data points per month With mobile now accounting for more than 90% of all time spent online in some countries, delivering rich app experiences is essential. Appsee is a new...
Over the last several months we’ve made all kinds of improvements to Sematext Docker Agent (SDA).  If you’re not familiar with SDA yet, here it is in a nutshell Sematext Docker Agent is a modern, open-source, Docker-native monitoring and log […]
The IT Incident Management Manifesto Effective IT incident management is concerned with deviations from, and threats to, the standard operation of services. During the course of time, even the best IT of department will experience incidents. How IT reacts to incidents is a key driver o...
Within large, dynamic environments, the number of processes running on your hosts can become overwhelming. For this reason, Dynatrace only monitors process group types that are considered to be important. Valuable process group types that Dynatrace reports on by default include: Java a...
Dell EMC World 2017 Day One news announcement summary This is the first day of the first combined Dell EMC World 2017 being held in Las Vegas Nevada. Last year’s event in Las Vegas was the end of the EMC World, while this being the first of the combined Dell EMC World events ...
Reduce IT alert noise and improve productivity In IT Ops, monitors send alerts when thresholds are passed. Unfortunately, these thresholds are responsible for much of the excessive noise. In fact, organizations waste an average of $1.27 million every year responding to the noise of fal...
Application Performance is a specialist APM consultancy and long-term AppDynamics partner. They’re a Platinum sponsor at AppD Summit Europe and I was delighted to interview partner Mick McGuinness ahead of the event. Can you tell me a little about Application Performance — history, foc...
Rory Bramwell is a Jamaican, dual-certified MongoDB Professional working as a DevOps engineer at Pythian, a global IT services company. Pythian helps businesses adopt disruptive technologies to advance innovation and increase agility. This week, Rory’s talking to us about his extensive...
This week in our MongoDB Certified Professionals Blog Series we’re talking to Ulrich Cech, a Developer/Architect at Deposit Solutions in Hamburg who became certified as a MongoDB developer in 2016. A longtime lover of IT and programming, Ulrich discusses how he first discovered MongoDB...
This is the sixth and final blog post in a series examining technologies such as MongoDB and REST APIs that are driving the development of modern web and mobile applications. Modern Application Stack – Part 1: Introducing The MEAN Stack introduced the technologies making up the MEAN (M...
We’re happy to introduce a new blog series interviewing MongoDB Certified Professionals. To kick off this series, we talked with May Mascenik, an IT Engineer and Project Manager based in Los Angeles at ITP. Headquartered in Japan and focused on information design, ITP utilizes new devi...