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AWS Cloud Performance Anomaly Detection – A Real-life Case Study
In this blog post, we describe a problem analysis and anomaly detection process for a cloud performance problem that our enterprise customer successfully resolved using full stack observability (metrics, events, logs, and traces).
How to choose between AWS RDS and EC2 Hosted Database?
AWS RDS vs EC2 – Benefits, Limitations, And Tradeoffs You’ve decided to migrate your applications from on-premises to AWS and are considering what cloud services are available that suit your needs the best. Read this blog to know more about AWS RDS vs EC2.
AWS Database Types – Aurora vs DynamoDB vs RDS – How do they compare?
In this blog, we describe the different types of AWS’ managed databases and their various features and merits. By the end of the blog, you should have better information to choose the right AWS database that would match your application’s needs.
The What and The Why of Cloud Native Applications – An Introductory Guide
IT and business leaders are keen to take advantage of cloud computing. This article will help you understand what cloud native applications are, how they differ from traditional enterprise applications, and the need for performance monitoring in a cloud native environment.
Monitoring Amazon AWS Cloud
It is incumbent on cloud ops teams to choose the correct type of AWS EC2 instance relative to the underlying application. The wrong choice could adversely impact business and user experience. This blog post walks through a customer case study where the instance choice impacted their business. It is important for Application and Ops (AppOps) teams to collaborate closely...
Do Monitoring Solutions Have to be Rearchitected to Monitor the Cloud?
Anything cloud is hot these days, and monitoring is no exception. Check out “cloud monitoring” on Google and you’ll see how many vendors have jumped on this bandwagon. Adding to the confusion is the usage of different terms – e.g., “monitoring the cloud” vs. “monitoring in the...