Monitoring NGINX Performance with New Relic

Over 15 years ago, NGINX started its life as an open source web server designed to be fast, stable, and reliable. Today it’s one of the world’s fastest web servers and popularly used as a content cache and media streaming server. Available in both open source and commercial models, it’s incredibly efficient and works well on low-cost […]

Monitoring MySQL Database Performance with New Relic

MySQL is an open source relational database system that, like Linux, started its history as a personal side project. Over its 25 years of history, MySQL has gained significant traction, and today a broad range of companies, such as Sony and Uber, use it to run their multi-petabyte mission-critical databases. In a way, MySQL has been a victim of its own success. […]

Fitness Mapping with the Strava API and TomTom Maps

The TomTom location APIs and Maps SDKs make it easy to incorporate location and routing information using a sophisticated map, where we can layer more information if we’d like. This information can be incorporated into almost any app. When you combine the flexibility and ease of integration of TomTom technology with other data sources, you […]

DocuVieware Tutorial for Blazor

This article introduces you to the DocuVieware control. You learn about the new Blazor web platform and its hosting models, and integrate DocuVieware with a Blazor WebAssembly app.

How to Build a Scalable Prometheus Architecture

When building distributed, scalable cloud-native apps containing dozens or even hundreds of microservices, you need reliable monitoring and alerting. If you’re monitoring cloud-native apps in 2021, there’s a good chance you’ve chosen Prometheus. Prometheus is an excellent choice for monitoring containerized microservices and the infrastructure that runs them — often Kubernetes. However, Prometheus has an Achilles’ […]