18 posts tagged with “Observability”
The Hoot episode 10: Best-of-breed observability, with Pavlo Baron
October 22, 2019
Are your observability tools as clunky as a hybrid DVD-VHS player? Do you need a best-in-breed solution for handling your log management and your APM? Join us on the Hoot podcast as we talk with Instana CTO Pavlo Baron about the growing need for observability, and how the Humio-Instana integration…
Zeek, Corelight, and Humio help make observability accessible
October 6, 2019
We’re honored to be selected as the exclusive training sponsor for ZeekWeek 2019. As a thought leader in the observability space, Humio has a deep understanding of making observability accessible, comprehensive, and affordable. Humio can help you efficiently visualize and get answers from the Zeek…
The Hoot - Episode 7 - Index-free Logging With Greg Burd
September 23, 2019
The Hoot Podcast - Why Index-free Logging is essential to modern log management
Humio Heads to SRECon EMEA - October 2nd - 4th
September 18, 2019
The roots of Site Reliability Experts lies in the ability to observe and monitor what exists in a system: infrastructure, code, and all the parts that make a team’s application unique. SRE’s work to ensure everything is stable and remains that way, through incident thick and thin. Humio is a part of…
Observability and Incident Response with Matt Stratton of PagerDuty
August 26, 2019
PJ sits down with his good friend and fellow DevOps enthusiast, Matt Stratton of PagerDuty. The pair discuss observability, DevOps, SecOps, PagerDuty Summit, and the importance of community interaction.
The Hoot - Special Edition from Gartner Catalyst in San Diego
August 14, 2019
An all new podcast from your friends at Humio - this episode features Annie Henmi of the Product Education Team
Security and Product Education with Annie Henmi
August 12, 2019
PJ sits down with Annie Henmi, Humio's Director of Product Education to talk security in observability, what is product education, and how people can learn more internally and externally!
Premiere - Observability with Geeta Schmidt
July 25, 2019
For this premiere episode of The Hoot, we sit down with Humio's CEO, Geeta Schmidt, to talk Observability, Monitoring, and when a solved problem doesn't mean a perfect solution.
Humio: Scalability Benchmark Running 100TB/Day In Real-Time
May 29, 2019
Better, Faster, Resilient Software Delivery Through Limitless Logging
March 20, 2019
Remove traditional barriers to logging for full visibility into complex, distributed systems
Observability and Security - Ensuring Proactive Detection
March 7, 2019
Trade In Constraints for Autonomy with Humio
Humio at Logibec: A Healthy Look at Analytics
December 10, 2018
Flexibility in Your Logs Leads to Better Team Health
Integrating PagerDuty & Humio: Optimise Alerting with PagerDuty Notifications
September 3, 2018
As we’ve mentioned before, integrations are an important part of ensuring visibility into each of the systems you take advantage of. From the application layer, to the infrastructure layer, to your devops environment, Humio works to make sure observability is possible at every level.
Humio 1.1: Introducing Views & Repos
June 21, 2018
Today we’re releasing a new major update to Humio, with tons of fixes and one new big feature: Views & Repositories.
Data-Driven Observability & Logs
June 18, 2018
Limiting data based on what a logging solution can handle is restrictive and often, it is the logs that were “left out” that create frustrating debugging scenarios.
How Humio Does Scale-Out Clustering
June 11, 2018
When scaling a Humio cluster, there are a two main concerns that are relevant to optimize: ingest and search.
Chaos Observability with Humio
February 22, 2018
New Support in the Chaos Toolkit Incubator for Surfacing Chaos events into Humio
Humio — Logging for Systems That You Care About
August 22, 2017
When I was studying Computer Science in the nineties, I had a desktop workstation and I could feel its hum — the sound of the spinning disks, the interference between the network and sound cards. If something odd happened — I could often sense something was wrong because of that hum. It is the same feeling when you are on a large ship, and you sense that something is not “normal” when the vibration of the engine humming away stops suddenly.