BindPlane extends Stackdriver monitoring with log streaming

by Aaron Rudger on April 9, 2019
Next ’19 San Francisco is finally here. We’re exhibiting at booth S1661 and excited to unveil our latest innovations supporting our collaboration with Google Stackdriver.

We launched BindPlane to address the crippling complexity of monitoring in hybrid cloud environments. Delivering IT monitoring integration as a service (MIaaS) addresses the common challenge most data center operations and DevOps teams experience – gaining a comprehensive view of what’s going on across their IT ecosystem. It dramatically expands observability for companies monitoring hybrid and multi-cloud environments.

And now it comes as part of Stackdriver at no extra cost.

BindPlane expands Google Stackdriver enterprise monitoring coverage with new logs and metrics integrations to…

Blue Medora Expands Google Stackdriver Enterprise Monitoring Coverage

by Maowee Lee on April 9, 2019
New logs and metrics integrations now available to customers, improving observability and reducing data management

GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. + SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. – April 9, 2019 – In response to the complexity of managing operations data in hybrid and multi-cloud environments, IT monitoring integration innovator Blue Medora today announced general availability of its BindPlane for Google Stackdriver service and new log monitoring capabilities. Blue Medora is at Google Cloud Next ‘19 in San Francisco at booth #S1661.

The partnership between Blue Medora and Google Cloud now brings to market an embedded Monitoring-Integration-as-a-Service, at no additional licensing cost to Stackdriver customers….

Storage Troubleshooting in a 3-2-1 Hardware Stack

by Chuck Petrie on March 4, 2019

This blog post first appeared on VMware Cloud Management Blog. Read the full blog post here.

Original posted on: May 13, 2016
Updated on: March 4, 2019 by Tim George

As the storage market transitions further and further towards all-flash, hybrid arrays, storage providers work to accelerate performance and utilization. In doing so, storage troubleshooting becomes more difficult to categorize hot data, dynamic and agile storage capacities, and other new age concepts.

Today we’re following up on a previous blog where we investigated network troubleshooting in a 3-2-1 hardware stack. As a reminder, the term “3-2-1” refers to a redundant architecture of three servers, two…

(Correctly) Sizing Infrastructure When Migrating a Database

by bluemedora_admin on February 27, 2019

One-size-fits-all doesn’t work. When it comes to IT infrastructure, it’s one-size-fits-none.

Whether on-premise or in the cloud, data centers are complicated, and no two are alike. As your organization’s needs change, your data center infrastructure size should change with it.

One of those changes that force you to reconsider your infrastructure is when you migrate your database. Don’t expect your infrastructure to successfully support a complete database migration without any changes to its size.

Your infrastructure’s size could increase or decrease, but sizing it correctly is important. And if you don’t adjust your infrastructure to fit your migration needs, you’ll face impending project failure. To help…

Understanding XenDesktop Login Performance

by bluemedora_admin on February 25, 2019

For most of us, logging in is a daily routine. We log into everything from personal games like Fortnite to work websites. But before we get to those steps, we often first have to log into one more thing: our desktop.

It used to be that to get to your desktop, you had to be sitting in front of it. But with the help of application and desktop virtualization solutions from vendors like Citrix, we’ve long since said goodbye to those requirements. For almost 20 years, I’ve recommended deploying Citrix to application owners wanting to give users remote access to their desktops and applications.


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