Tag: Costs Optimizing

Automation

Infrastructure as Code Best Practices

For many years managing your company’s IT infrastructure was a challenging job. IT teams had to manually configure all the software and hardware used to run your applications. Teams would set up physical servers and configure and manage them manually. This effort required large teams of people and dedicated physical space for servers. Luckily this…

Observability

5 Open-Source Tools in our Observability Toolkit

Problems with your infrastructure are unavoidable. In fact, it would be impossible to avoid all problems. What is possible is having the ability to detect them before they harm your users or business. To do this, you need to implement observability. This is the key to early detection. It allows you to understand what is…

Automation

The Benefits of Automating Your Cloud Infrastructure

Infrastructure Automation is on the rise. In fact, there is a good chance part or all of your cloud infrastructures is automated. If it isn’t, it should be. There are numerous significant benefits to automating your cloud infrastructure. Some might even say automation is good for everything in your infrastructure. Below we break down a…

Cost Optimization

The 5 Most Important Things About Cost Optimization

For organizations using the cloud, cost optimization is a key priority. The cloud offers endless opportunities for lower costs and unlimited scalability. To take advantage of these benefits, it is critical to understand and control your spending in the cloud. Cost optimization is the process that allows you to do this.  Optimizing is not the…

Observability

Tutorial: Utilizing VectorDotDev To Expose Log-Metrics To Prometheus

In this age of fast-growing advancement in cloud implementations, there is a great need to manage logs effectively. In some cases, you have to study the metrics and know what the system is about; it helps in understanding your system to take decisions, post-mortem analysis and several other interesting functions. In this piece, we would…