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Sumo Logic announces new integrations for real-time machine data analytics

Sumo Logic is unveiling the release of 11 Google Cloud Platform applications and new integrations with the open-source machine learning library TensorFlow ahead of the Google Cloud Next 2018 conference in San Francisco tomorrow. The integrations are designed to provide business, operational and security insights with today’s modern apps and infrastructure. “As today’s modern businesses … continue reading

DevSecOps: Baking security into development

Software is the lifeblood of most businesses today. So, what happens if that software is unreliable or insecure? It seems like a no-brainer that the software being pushed out should be protected. But, as software is being developed and deployed at a rapid pace, an important aspect of the life cycle gets lost in the … continue reading

Sumo Logic adds unified logs and metrics solution for apps running on Kubernetes and Docker

Sumo Logic is trying to improve the customer experience for applications that run on Kubernetes and Docker. Its new unified logs and metrics solution uses open-source and native integrations to streamline the data ingestion process. The company’s usage data shows that microservices and container adoption has been increasing. Amazon EC2 adoption in AWS is at … continue reading

Rust in 2017, Sumo Logic’s security solution, and the MapR Converged Data Platform for Docker—SD Times news digest: Feb. 7, 2017

It is a new year, which means new goals and focuses for the Rust programming language team. Starting this year, Rust will start on an open road-map process designed to ensure its goals are aligned with its users’ needs. According to the team, this year the programming language will focus more on productivity and making … continue reading

Gradle 3.0, Sumo Logic’s Unified Logs and Metrics solution, PNDA comes to Linux—SD Times news digest: Aug. 16, 2016

Gradle 3.0 has been released with fixes in the Gradle Daemon with specific fixes on Windows platforms, as well as the first support for Gradle Script Kotlin (a Kotlin-based build language for Gradle scripts). The support for Gradle Script Kotlin provides deep integration with both Eclipse and IDEA, including things such as auto-completion, refactoring, and navigation … continue reading

Appmobi Protection Center launched, Sauce Labs taps into Sumo Logic machine data analytics, and Apigee Edge API’s new capabilities—SD Times news digest: July 28, 2016

Appmobi today announced the launch of Appmobi Protection Center, a mobile security solution that detects and resolves attacks at an app level. Appmobi Protection Center was built to defend against threats like code injections, login attempts, and reverse engineering, the company said. The protection center gives IT teams the ability to define actionable rules so … continue reading

MongoDB World 2016: Sumo Logic App for MongoDB, Infusion’s collaboration, Happiest Minds’ R2M solution, and Basis Technology’s technical partnership

MongoDB held its user conference in New York City this week, where more than 2,000 attendees gathered to network and learn more about how they can utilize the NoSQL database. “With data and analytics powering companies in every sector, the MongoDB community continues to grow rapidly,” said Dev Ittycheria, president and CEO of MongoDB. “MongoDB … continue reading

Sumo Logic’s new platform powered by machine learning technology

While there are several architectural and modern application life-cycle changes, one thing that is growing exponentially is machine data. With the right visibility, machine data could help digital businesses keep up with their modern applications by giving them access to metrics data in real-time continuous intelligence. To help companies learn from machine data, Sumo Logic, … continue reading

DockerCon: CoreOS and Docker unveil the Open Container Project

CoreOS and Docker, along with a group of industry leaders, are determined to create common standards for software containers through the Open Container Project (OCP). The OCP, housed under the Linux Foundation, is designed to provide a standard container format that will allow developers to develop container-based solutions without having to worry about a fragmented … continue reading

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