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Sumo Logic Part 2: Github, Integrations, Windows and Costs

Sumo Logic Part 2: Github, Integrations, Windows and Costs

Published Jan 7, 2022 by Isaac Johnson

In our last post we covered the History, Setup and usage with a Linux collector. We then moved onto monitoring Kubernetes, AWS S3 and Cloudfront, Azure Event Hub and lastly touched on Monitors.

Sumo Logic Part 1: Setup, Monitors, Kubernetes and AWS

Sumo Logic Part 1: Setup, Monitors, Kubernetes and AWS

Published Jan 4, 2022 by Isaac Johnson

Sumo Logic is another solid suite in the realm of APM and Logging. They aim to “reduce downtime with real-time alerting, dashboards and machine-learning-powered analytics for all three types of te...

Dynatrace: APM and Logging with OneAgent

Dynatrace: APM and Logging with OneAgent

Published Dec 29, 2021 by Isaac Johnson

Dynatrace is an Observability, APM and Logging suite with a focus on AI and Automation as well as DevSecOps. Dynatrace likes to highlight its high customer satisfaction scores and Gartner award.

PagerDuty RunDeck: Getting Started

PagerDuty RunDeck: Getting Started

Published Dec 21, 2021 by Isaac Johnson

Rundeck is a popular runbook automation suite that was acquired by Pagerduty last year to incorporate into their larger monitoring and automation offerings.

Github Projects, Issues and Datadog Integration

Github Projects, Issues and Datadog Integration

Published Dec 15, 2021 by Isaac Johnson

Now that we have a live production workflow in Github Actions, we should explore Github Issues for Issue and Feature tracking. Can we use Github as a sufficient replacement for Azure DevOps?

Github Actions and Workflows: Part 2

Github Actions and Workflows: Part 2

Published Dec 7, 2021 by Isaac Johnson

In our first post we explored the usage of Github actions and how we might use our own Github runners. The workflow that we created was just a simple hello-world example flow. This time let’s di...

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