Tag: Developer Tools
Cory Watson, Technical Director at SignalFx, will take a tour of observability’s origins and discuss the practical benefits you can expect from investment, including a better-informed capacity planning process and debuggability. He’ll share the steps to take when building your infrastructure and how having an observable system can provide the real-time data you need to make better engineering decisions.
Ever wondered how growing startups use AWS to build, scale, and change the ways their customers live and work? Read on to learn how three London-based mobile app startups got their starts and what AWS tools and services they used to launch their MVPs.
Updating the features on a company’s site is intended to boost capabilities, but new additions become thousands of independently built moving parts that must work together in a single ecosystem without interruption. Tobias Kunze, the CEO and founder of Glasnostic, tells us more.
When Branch Metrics grew from zero to billions of daily transactions their engineering team had a major storage challenge that was far beyond their expectations.
CTO and Co-Founder of Datree Shimon Tolts talks about the risks of losing control, serving their customers, and more.
With the introduction of Git, developers are better able to track changes in files and coordinate working on those files among multiple people, making DevOps easier, as well as developers’ lives. According to Brandon Jung, VP Alliances at GitLab, this is just the beginning.
Numerify is an AI-powered IT analytics company that provides businesses, such as Fortune 500 companies, with these solutions, using predictive analysis to gauge how likely it is that these changes will be successful.
The need for Fast, Secure Delivery of Business-Critical Applications has never been greater: Snapt’s disruptive software-only Applications Delivery Controller (ADC) Solution ensures best performance.
If you ask a developer what they think of marketing, it’s unlikely you’ll get a very positive response. Why? For the most part, they’re tired of marketers telling them how awesome a product is. They have a healthy skepticism, in that they just don’t believe the messaging. But what if your target market is developers? How do you attract them to—and keep them using—your platform?
Data integration is the key to unlocking better engagement. Hull, a customer data platform created to assist data engineers, syncs data from multiple silos into one unified database.