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How Cortex can help SRE teams amplify their reach

Site reliability engineers can amplify their reach and influence across teams with Cortex in their toolbox. With the ability to define clear standards and drive progress, Cortex enables everyone at an organization to adopt an SRE mindset. Make sure to visit us at SREcon to learn more about how Cortex can serve as a single source of truth for your SRE team!


Better ROI on Your Microsoft Teams Rooms Investment

Putting money into your Microsoft Teams Rooms (MTR) makes a lot of sense in the modern workplace. But with rising costs in almost every piece of equipment needed to set an MTR up, how can your business improve its return on investment, and make that outlay more enticing? Microsoft Teams conference room equipment quickly becomes expensive, particularly if you are fitting out multiple spaces in multiple locations.


Microsoft Teams for Alerting has landed

Get crucial error and performance diagnostics sent directly to your chosen Microsoft Teams channel with Raygun Alerting. As of 2022, Microsoft Teams has surpassed Slack’s 18 million active users with a user base of over 270 million, solidifying its position as the leading business communication platform. In August 2021, we released our Slack for Alerting integration, and now it’s time to extend that capability to Microsoft Teams.

Containerization 101 | Getting Started & Best Practices

Containers and Microservices architectures are no longer the new kid on the block, and it may be time to take a fresh look at your ecosystem. In this session we will provide a baseline for getting started with containerization in 2023 with a strong emphasis on security. To help the novice and the seasoned veteran, we’ll navigate topics that apply to all, including.

How to track the failures in microservice applications?

Microservices architecture (often shortened to microservices) is an architectural style for developing applications. Microservices allow a large application to be separated into smaller independent parts, each having its own realm of responsibility. To serve a single user request, a microservices-based application can call on many internal microservices to compose its response. It is critical to track failures in microservice to take corrective actions and keep the business process ongoing.