14 posts tagged with “cloud native”
AWS monitoring: A Q&A with Grant Schofield
December 7, 2020
Read our Q&A for tips on using Humio log management to centralize, alert, and monitor AWS logs from services such as CloudWatch and GuardDuty.
Introduction to the Humio Operator for Kubernetes
November 10, 2020
One of the most exciting developments in the cloud-native landscape has been the Operator pattern. In this first in a series of two blog posts, we introduce the Humio Operator for Kubernetes.
Episode 34 - Daniel Bryant from Ambassador Labs (Datawire) and InfoQ
July 22, 2020
This week, we meet up with Daniel Bryant, Product Architect at Ambassador Labs (Datawire), News Manager at InfoQ, and Chair of QCon London. John and Daniel discuss open-source technology, developing a cloud native mindset, and the importance of observability to developers, businesses, and customers.
Humio highlighted as standout hybrid enabler
January 10, 2020
Catie Merrill, a Research Analyst at Technology Business Research, includes Humio in her new special report. The report, Amid rise of Kubernetes as standard in cloud-native deployment, vendors vie to be leading hybrid enablers describes how Humio stands out among startups that seek differentiation with niche, data-friendly tools.
Amid rise of Kubernetes as standard in cloud-native deployment, vendors vie to be leading hybrid enablers
January 9, 2020
Studying the Logs - Humio gets an A+ from Lix
April 11, 2019
For new businesses and platforms that are constantly monitoring, analyzing, and organizing their logging data, keeping on top of those logs can be a frightful proposition, downright monstrous even. For Lix, the study platform aimed at students pursuing higher education, it was imperative that the company be able to keep track of user demands.
Humio at On the Dot: Full visibility with high-performing and flexible log management
September 25, 2018
Whether we are waiting for our food order or hoping those new loafers get to us before the important dinner tonight, same day delivery has become a major part of our shopping experiences. Luckily, the folks behind On the Dot, a service that helps retailers in the UK get their products to customers as quickly as possible, is on the case!
Integrating Humio with Ballerina
July 17, 2018
The opportunity to build applications and augment them comes with a large set of choices. Choices in log management, choices in API integrators and consumers, choices in languages to use to build the services, and integrations
Humio at Lunar Way: Log Management for a Kubernetes & Cloud Native Environment
June 14, 2018
When Lunar Way began their journey, they started with a simple Elasticsearch and Kibana setup in AWS. Initially, the logs were small, so this was easy. As time passed and the products became more diverse and more complex, issues began to surface with usability, compatibility, and the day-to-day usefulness. The Elastic Query Language was a problem and Kibana seemed to always come with difficulties. It was obvious a change had to happen.
Chaos Observability with Humio
February 21, 2018
Building on yesterday’s article that showed how the Chaos Toolkit could now surface the commands and progress of chaos experiments into Slack, amongst other places, using the new notifications support, today it was time to take this support and integrate it into the cloud native observability solution, Humio.
Fintech Audit Trail Logging with Humio
February 1, 2018
For smaller businesses, bank charges are predictable enough not to be noticed. That’s not true for every business, though. As companies grow, so do the complexity and volume of their bank charges. BeScord, a Danish start-up, set out to change this by automating the process of reconciling bank charges with the tariff agreed.
What is Cloud Native, Anyway?
November 10, 2017
Cloud native applications are giving teams the right abstractions to deploy software faster than ever before possible. These applications are built to thrive in a cloud environment, which embraces automatic scaling and resiliency without single points of failure. But these environments can be complex to run and manage. When issues arise, software teams need clear visibility into their system to figure out what is going on.
Mesos and DC/OS Logs in Humio
October 25, 2017
Having focused our efforts increasingly on additional integrations, we’ve released the first beta version of our Mesos framework. For this first iteration, there’s one very clear goal: Forward all task logs to Humio
Logging with Kubernetes and Humio
September 4, 2017
Kubernetes is an interesting problem when it comes to logging. With all those containers created and destroyed, logs become the only dependable window into what’s happening, but working with them becomes significantly more complex.