Tue.Jan 12, 2021

Simplify observability for all your custom metrics (Part 4: Prometheus)


Dynatrace news.

How to Kill Processes in Unix/Linux


There are different options to terminate a process in Unix/Linux flavor of operating systems. This article intends to list and provide examples of each option. You can use the kill command to terminate a process by passing the process id. PID is the process ID of the process that you want to terminate. java open source devops command line operating systems linux operating system linux tools/utilities system admin unix operating system unix os


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Modern approaches to observability and monitoring for multicloud environments


Dynatrace news. IT, DevOps, and SRE teams are racing to keep up with the ever-expanding complexity of modern enterprise cloud ecosystems and the business demands they are designed to support. Leaders in tech are calling for radical change.

Article: Donkey: A Highly-Performant HTTP Stack for Clojure

InfoQ Articles

Donkey is the product of the quest for a highly performant Clojure HTTP stack aimed to scale at the rapid pace of growth we have been experiencing at AppsFlyer, and save us computing costs. In this article, we’ll briefly outline the use-case for a library like Donkey and present our benchmarks.

Dynatrace Managed release notes version 1.208


Dynatrace news. New features and enhancements. General. Dynatrace Managed is now also supported on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.3. Cluster Management Console. You can now add users via UI or REST API additionally in LDAP or SSO mode in order to pre-configure their permissions before they sing-in the first time. Delivered product ideas. RFE: Dynatrace Managed – Create users with LDAP Integration active. The post Dynatrace Managed release notes version 1.208 appeared first on Dynatrace blog.


Check Browser Compatibility For A Website – A How-To Blog


How do you feel when an application on your device starts breaking but it works just fine on your friend’s smartphone? You reload the browser and wait for the website to load. When it does, it does not feel right. All the features are not visible or you cannot click them.

Understanding the True Cost of Client-Side A/B Testing

Tim Kadlec

Client-side A/B testing has been a performance loving developer’s worst friend for years. The way it works is you load in some JavaScript (typically from a third-party domain), and that JavaScript runs, applying the experiments you’re running for any given situation.