Cloud-native is the name of the game for application development. The creators of the Fluent Bit and Fluentd are launching an offering aimed at the enterprise
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Netdata thinks what the world lacks is a troubleshooting platform to bring real-time metrics to observability. They are building and offering it to the world for free -- for now.
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What do the data tell us on the direction modern software development is going? Cloud, open source, machine learning -- it's all here, but blind spots remain.
Getting data to debug your code while running in production, without stopping or redeploying it. Whatever you may be running, wherever you may be running it. And now, with support for open source machine learning frameworks Apache Spark and Tensorflow added to the mix. This is what startup Rookout promises.
Data integration may not sound as deliciously intriguing as AI or machine learning tidbits sprinkled on vanilla apps. Still, it is the bread and butter of many, the enabler of all things cool using data, and a premium use case for concepts underpinning AI.