Securing Secrets in Kubernetes

Conjur is an open-source, centralized platform that can be used to consistently enforce security policies for non-human identities for secrets management and access control.

Do I Really Need Kubernetes?

In this article, we will try to look beyond the hype and help you answer the question: do I actually need Kubernetes?

Using the TomTom Maps SDK for Web with ASP.NET Core, Part 1

TomTom Maps SDK is a set of libraries that offer robust and comprehensive location services, including maps, search, routing, traffic, and geofencing. TomTom Maps SDKs are available for different platforms—Android, iOS, and Web. But can we put TomTom Maps SDK for Web to work with a popular web framework, such as ASP.NET Core? The answer […]

Monitoring Redis Database Performance with New Relic

In this article you see why monitoring is essential for achieving a fast, scalable, and fault-tolerant Redis database, and learn about the key metrics you should monitor to make sure your Redis master and replica instances are operating at their best.

Monitoring Elasticsearch with New Relic

Elasticsearch started out as a wrapper for Apache Lucene, an open source search and index engine. Over time, it evolved into a full-featured, distributed document data store and now is the most popular enterprise search engine and database in the industry. Elasticsearch adoption tends to fit several use cases. It can be used as a […]