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Profiling "VIP Accounts" Part 2

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Spam In the Browser

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Profiling “VIP Accounts” Part 1

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A New Integration between Sumo Logic and ARIA Cybersecurity Solutions

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Tracking Systems Metrics with collectd

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The Ultimate Guide to Windows Event Logging

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How to View Logs in Kubectl

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Vagrant vs. Docker: Which Is Better for Software Development?

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NGINX vs Apache - Which Web Server Is Right for You?

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5 Tips for Preventing Ransomware Attacks

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Serverless Computing for Dummies: AWS vs. Azure vs. GCP

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Serverless Computing Security Tips

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Security Strategies for Mitigating IoT Botnet Threats

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Multi-Cloud Security Myths

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Cloud Security: What It Is and Why It’s Different

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What is Database Security?

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Clearing the Air: What Is Cloud Native?

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What is IoT Security?

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Where to Find IIS Log Files

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Best Practices with AWS GuardDuty for Security and Compliance

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What is AWS GuardDuty?

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AWS 101: An Overview of Amazon Web Services

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Building Cross-platform Mobile Apps

The way we all experience and interact with apps, devices, and data is changing dramatically. End users demand that apps are responsive, stable, and offer the same user experience no matter which platform they are using. To build these well, many developers consider creating cross-platform apps. Although building a separate native app per platform is a preferred approach for mass market consumer apps, there are still a lot of situations where it makes more sense to go cross-platform. In this post I’ll look at the most popular strategies a developer faces when it comes to building a mobile app, and some tools that help you to build well. Mobile Web Apps This is probably the most easiest way onto a mobile device. Mobile web apps are hosted on a remote server and built using identical technologies to desktop web apps: HTML5, JavaScript and CSS. The primary difference is that it will be accessed via mobile device’s built-in web browser, which may require you to apply responsive web design principles to ensure that the user experience is not degraded by the limited screen size on mobile and that would be costly to build and maintain. The cost of applying responsive design principles to a web site may be a significant fraction of developing a mobile app. Native Mobile Apps Native apps are mainly developed using the device’s out-of-the-box SDK. This is a huge advantage as you have full access to the device’s API, features, and inter-app integration. However it also means you need to learn Java to build Apps for Android, Objective-C for iOS, and C# for Windows phones. Whether you are a single developer or working with a company and multi team skills, learning to code in multiple languages is costly and time-consuming. And most of the time, all features will not be available on every platform. Cross-Platform Mobile Apps Cross-platform apps have somewhat of a reputation of not being competitive against native apps, but we continue to see more and more world class apps using this strategy. Developers only have to maintain a single code base for all platforms. They can reuse the same components within different platforms, and most importantly, developers can still access the native API via native modules. Below are some tools that support building cross-platform apps: PhoneGap Owned by Adobe, PhoneGap is a free resource and handy to translate HTML5, CSS and JavaScript code. Once the app is ready, the community will help in reviewing the app and it is supported all major platforms including BlackBerry. Xamarin.Forms With a free starter option, Xamarin.Forms is great tool for C# and Ruby developers to build an app cross-platform with the option of having access to native platform’s API. The a wide store of component to help achieve the goal faster. Xamarin has created a robust cross platform mobile development platform that’s been adopted by big names like Microsoft, Foursquare, IBM, and Dow Jones. Unity 3D This tool is mainly focused on building game apps, and very useful when graphics is most important detail in it. This cross platform mobile development tool goes beyond simple translation. After developing your code in UnityScriptor or C#, you can export your games to 17 different platforms, including iOS, Android, Windows, Web, Playstation, Xbox, Wii and Linux. When it comes to building an app, whether cross-platform or not, views and thoughts always differ. My preference is cross-platform for one main reason; it is less time-consuming - that is critical because I can then focus on adding new features to the app, or building another one. About the Author Mohamed Hasni is a Software Engineer focusing on end-to-end web and mobile development and delivery. He has deep experience in building line of business applications for large-scale enterprise deployments.

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The Importance of Continuous Intelligence on the Future of Full-stack System Management

Here at Sumo Logic we’ve been talking a lot about the shift to Continuous Intelligence, and how software-centric companies and traditional organizations alike are being disrupted by traditional IT models. A newly commissioned white paper by the Enterprise Strategy Group, digs into the future of full-stack system management in the era of digital business. The author and Principle Analyst, Application Development and Deployment, Stephen Hendrick, examines the opportunity and challenge IT faces as an active participant in creating new, digital business models. “The opportunity centers on IT’s ability to create new business models and better address customer needs, while the challenge lies in it’s role as a disruptive force to establish enterprises that underestimate the power and speed of IT-fueled change.” Digital business models are fueling the growing acceptance of cloud computing and DevOps practices, resulting in new customer applications that are transforming many traditional markets into digital disruptors – Amazon, AWS, AirBnB, Facebook, Google, Netflix, Twitter, and Uber spring to mind as common examples. However, the rise of cloud-computing and continuous development and delivery practices also results in greater complexity and change within IT environments. Stephen discusses the emergence of technologies to address this trend. In addition, he introduces a Systems Management Reference model to analyze the role and relevance of continuous intelligence technologies to increase the adaptability of full-stack system management, thereby better serving the dynamic needs of the IT infrastructure and business. Stephen concludes, “continuous intelligence brings together the best that real-time, advance analytics has to offer by leveraging continuous real-time data to proactively support the evaluation of IT asset availability and performance within a highly secure environment. This approach reflects and is aligned with today’s modern architecture for application development and deployment, which includes microservices and immutable infrastructure.” Where does Sumo Logic fit into all of this? Quite simply we believe Sumo Logic’s purpose-built, cloud-native, machine data analytics service was designed to deliver real-time continuous intelligence across the entire infrastructure and application stack. This in turn enables organizations to answer questions they didn’t even know they had, by transforming the velocity, variety and volume of unstructured machine data overwhelming them into rich, actionable insights, to address and diffuse complexity and risk.