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Sumo Logic recognized as a Strong Performer in the 2022 Forrester Wave for Security Analytics Platforms
In the report showcasing "The 14 Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack Up", Sumo Logic was recognized as a strong performer. “Security information and event management (SIEM) capabilities alone are no longer sufficient for security operations teams. Today’s security analytics platforms combine features to enable analytics, investigation, automation, threat hunting, dashboards, and reporting to help security analysts be more effective.” - Allie Mellen, Senior Analyst, Forrester
Best practices for AWS monitoring
Better Log Analytics for less stressed engineers
Organizations today rely on key applications running on complex multi-cloud environments to transact business and work. A sound log management practice with insightful analytics not only helps ensure those applications are reliable and secure, but it can reduce the “cognitive load” put on engineers by empowering them with efficient troubleshooting in order to resolve and rescue MTTR.
MoneyTree achieves compliance and speeds innovation with AWS and Sumo Logic
ULTA Beauty gets a Cloud Makeover
Log love: Monitoring, troubleshooting, forensics and biz analytics
Democratizing machine data & logs
Shift left: Observability driven design
Building modern applications that provide flexibility and portability can present all kinds of management challenges across the entire IT landscape. Building modern applications with observability in mind can help streamline the entire software development life cycle by emphasizing transparency, portability, flexibility and data management from the very beginning.
Is it ODD to shift left? Building elite DevSecOps performers
Next Level DevSecOps: Overcoming the silos
When delivering customer experiences from the cloud, defending the app (and the data it houses, or the business it represents) is a priority. DevSecOps’ “you build it, you run it, you secure it” mindset helps, especially when all teams are empowered with the info they need to “see it, regardless of where it is!”
DevOps Institute's 2022 Global SRE Pulse Survey
You’ve probably heard a lot of people talking about the role of site reliability engineer (SRE) - but who are they? What do they do? And what do they care about? To learn more, we partnered with DevOps Institute to conduct their inaugural 2022 Global SRE Pulse Survey. In this episode, we’ll reveal our survey findings!
DOIF: The journey from legacy to cloud-native architectures
What is the tipping point between “cloud-native-like” and “truly cloud-native?” Is it simply adopting new practices, processes, and technologies like containers or serverless? How do you empower your teams to take advantage of the unique features of cloud computing to power more reliable systems, reduce cost, and accelerate innovation?
Observability by design: how application observability empowers digital service management and security success
The Business Impact of Digital Customer Experience
What does it mean to be cloud-native?
With a panel of expert speakers from Sumo Logic and Computing, this webinar draws on the latest Computing research to discuss and explore what it means to be cloud native, advantages this approach offers, technologies that cloud-native organisations are utilising and the innovations that have emerged as a result, and much more.
To keep modern, complex and continuously changing applications running is not an easy ask. Most operate by going from one fire-drill to the next. Reliability management helps shift teams from a reactive to a proactive stance to provide a fantastic digital experience and mitigate service disruptions.
Open Source and DevOps
Open Source software is everywhere. Many of us are using open source tools to build and operate our products. Even more of us have open source components included inside of the products and services we deliver. But, how do organizations know which components are in use, and what value are they getting?