Tag: Monitoring

Keeping your Redis in shape in 3 simple steps

Redis is a great NoSQL database, not only for cache, but also as a primary data source (and we’re doing both!). Because it is so popular, there are many hosting solutions for Redis – and most of them offer plans with different memory sizes. If you use a hosting solution like we do, then you’re probably encountering a similar problem: how do you keep your Redis instance in the plan’s limit? Here I explain how to do this easily by…

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Distributed Monitoring for DevOps Teams Using Icinga and Puppet

Our team at Soluto is comprised of developers, product managers and UX designers. The team works together on a few dozen mobile applications and on our large scale micro-services backend. As part of our DevOps culture, we encourage small and frequent releases. As a result of this approach, changes to our backend are very frequent. Add to that the very strict SLA standards our customers require us to stick to, and we have a need for excellent monitoring. For a…

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