Janani

Janani

Janani works for Atatus as a Content Writer. She's devoted to assisting customers in getting the most out of application performance management (APM) tools.

How Can Enterprise Organizations Reduce DevOps Tool Sprawl?

Great tools simplify the job of both DevOps Engineers and software developers, are simple to use, don't require a lot of effort to manage, and are simple to incorporate into an existing tooling ecosystem. However, the reality is that DevOps tool sprawl is a very real issue.

How to Find WordPress Performance Bottlenecks

Many factors can cause WordPress to slow down, but you don't need to be a techie to address them. In this article, I'll go over the most frequent bottlenecks that slow down WordPress and show you how to fix them with Atatus.

How to Perform HTTP Requests with Axios – A Complete Guide

Axios is a promise-based HTTP client for Node.js and the browser. Sending asynchronous HTTP queries to REST endpoints and performing CRUD operations is simple using Axios. It can be used directly in JavaScript or in conjunction with a library like Vue or React.

ELK vs Graylog: Log Management Comparison

As the market for log monitoring and analysis tools has matured, a mix of commercial and open-source products are now available. This article focuses on the differences between ELK and Graylog, two log monitoring tools.

SQL Performance Tuning: 9 Best Practices for Developer

SQL performance tuning is a collection of processes and methods for optimising relational database queries so that they run as quickly as possible. It will improve a number of relational databases, including MySQL and SQL Server.

Syslog Tutorial: Everything You Need to Know

Syslog is a protocol that enables a host to transmit event notification messages to event message collectors, commonly known as Syslog Servers or Syslog Daemons, over IP networks.

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