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How to Log from Azure Virtual Machines

You have evaluated the many IaaS providers out there and you have decided on Azure Compute.  Great choice! Azure is an ideal provider with broad support for various operating systems, programming languages, frameworks, tools, databases and devices. Azure also has… Read More

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Posted in .Net, Agent, Alerts, Cloud, Development, DevOps, How To, JSON, Log Management, Monitoring, Server monitoring, Uncategorized, Virtualization, Windows

How to Compare Google Compute Engine & AWS EC2

Which Virtual Machine is Best: Google’s Compute Engine or Amazon’s EC2? It Depends.
The Internet might seem like a Wild West of chaotic connections because it often is. Companies like Google and Amazon have
been managing to create order out… Read More

Posted in AWS, Google, Log Management, Virtualization

How to Compare Google Compute Engine & AWS EC2

Which Virtual Machine is Best: Google’s Compute Engine or Amazon’s EC2? It Depends.

The Internet might seem like a Wild West of chaotic connections and interactions, and it often is. Companies like Google and Amazon have managed to create order… Read More

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Posted in AWS, Cloud, DevOps, Google, How To, Logentries, Virtualization

Log Analysis for Containers

Introduction
The IT and DevOps world has come a long way with infrastructure.
Virtualization revolutionized our ability to quickly deploy an application and scale up services when needed, paying only for the computing power used. Over the last few years,… Read More

Posted in Containers, Docker, Log Management, Monitoring, Virtualization

Musings on the Future of Docker

We’ve had a few posts recently on Docker (see here, here) and CoreOS  (and here) and generally we’ve focused on the details of how you can easily get your Docker logs sent up to Logentries. But recently I’ve been thinking… Read More

Posted in DevOps, Partners, Virtualization

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