Prometheus and Grafana

by Justin Reock • No Comments on Monitoring Java applications with Prometheus and Grafana: Part 3

Monitoring Java applications with Prometheus and Grafana: Part 3

Data-gathering and visualization is great, but to truly protect your application and assets, you need a way to alert your teams when something goes wrong...

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Methods for multidimensional scaling

by Roxy Cramer • No Comments on Methods for multidimensional scaling: Part 2

Methods for multidimensional scaling: Part 2

A discussion of distance models and criteria functions, parameter estimation, and optimization algorithms for multidimensional scaling...

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by Andrew Pomponio • No Comments on 2019 begins with systemd vulnerability

2019 begins with systemd vulnerability

Security vulnerabilities never celebrate holidays like New Year’s, and as such, we are already starting 2019 with a huge Linux vulnerability in the systemd portion of the Linux ...

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Kubernetes

by Connor Penhale • No Comments on Monolith to Kubernetes microservices while keeping your humanity

Monolith to Kubernetes microservices while keeping your humanity

An important lesson we’ve learned about containers: just because you can put it in a container, doesn’t mean you should...

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kubernetes

by Arturo Suarez • No Comments on Kubernetes Foundations from Rogue Wave OpenLogic

Kubernetes Foundations from Rogue Wave OpenLogic

The importance of looking at Kubernetes as a toolkit to build a flexible infrastructure provisioned for your application or services demands...

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Open source software's coming of age

by Rod Cope • No Comments on Open source software’s coming of age

Open source software’s coming of age

Most major new areas of software development involve or are driven by OSS. It makes sense that IBM would want to stay on the forefront, where OSS meets enterprise software...

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