6 September, 2017
28 August, 2017
We’re continually iterating on Lumberjack, our centralized log management tool powered by artificial intelligence.
24 August, 2017
You work in DevOps. You live DevOps. Perhaps DevOps is even in your job title. But do you know the origins of the term — and more importantly — where the industry is going?
We’re pleased to now introduce Watchdog Custom Alerts, part of our Watchdog 2.0 release. Where Watchdog’s Essential Alerts™ automatically monitor vital server metrics, Custom Alerts cover everything else. With Custom Alerts, the possibilities for...
4 August, 2017
At Blue Matador, we build products that we know to be useful and use ourselves. Our Watchdog server monitoring product is no exception. Since our beta, we have been using our own monitoring software to, well, monitor our own infrastructure.
31 July, 2017
Why Use HAProxy
When we decided to use Kubernetes as our container orchestration solution, we had the opportunity to learn all of the Kubernetes terminology. I was familiar with pods, replication controllers, and services from previous work in...
24 July, 2017
Security and QA kind of get a bad rap in DevOps circles. We get it: QA has traditionally been at the end of the DevOps cycle, if included at all. It’s a department staffed by people looking for problems. And building in IT security requirements...
17 July, 2017
This is our six-part series on Golang Pros and Cons for using Go in a DevOps development cycle. In this one, we discuss Golang’s runtime, compilation, and maintenance speed (the pros); and lack of generics (the) con.
Be sure to read up on the ...
“Alert, fearless, loyal, and highly trainable.” That’s the American Kennel Club’s description of the doberman pinscher breed, which is No. 2 on their list of the top guard dog breeds. Those attributes are also why we chose a doberman to represent...