Blogs

15 May

Ashnik’s SEA Partner Meet 2019, Singapore

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We just wrapped up an eventful SEA Partner’s Meet which took place on 11 – 12 April 2019 in Singapore. This two full-day event was exclusive to Ashnik’s Partner Network. This 2-day session was attended by our 22 associate partners from the Southeast Asian countries like Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, and Thailand. This year, the event featured a keynote and talks by senior Ashnik leaders and our Technology vendors, who discussed how to manage disruption and scale-out with Open Source. We hosted several […]

Sakshi Singh | Marketing Manager, Ashnik

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15 May

Batch Processing of Machine Data

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This is in continuation of my original article ‘Building a scalable architecture for Machine Data Analytics’.  In my previous article I had elaborated on how data from machines can be converted into a readable format like JSON and then can be processed in real-time and analysed using Kibana. In this article I am going to share insights on the batch processing of data from the machines. Before that, a quick recap from my previous article: System Architecture Generating Machine Data using […]

Ayandeep Das | Technical Specialist - ETL, Ashnik

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15 May

Monitoring Containers using ELK Stack

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Is Container Monitoring on your priority list? I might have an elucidation to this. Companies these days are increasingly adopting a microservice strategy to deploy their applications. When they deploy these services/applications in a container, their first choice is always a Docker container technology. While we all know that container is stateless, it is very important to store their logs from a disk to a Centralized logging system. To understand the importance of a centralized logging system, say if you’re using […]

Ajit Gadge | Senior Database Consultant, Ashnik

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14 May

Containerization: Applying global developments locally

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When would you think a Technology trend has crossed the threshold and become mainstream? Well, I have two dip tests. First is to look at the adopters. Usually, when any technology is introduced we have few early adopter companies who show great interest. They have good technical skills and the teams are not afraid of trying out new things. These are a finite set of companies from banking, telecom and E-commerce domain. When you find certain companies, apart from these set […]

Sachin Dabir | Founder & Director, Ashnik

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8 May

Highly Available Databases: 5 Design Questions

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High availability databases are essential to organizations depending on mission-critical, 24/7 access. The use cases of a highly available database may vary between a financial services organization or a telecommunications provider, but the desired result is the same: an incredibly reliable database that minimizes downtime. Organizations often strive for availability down to the decimal point as a percentage of uptime in a given year, such as four nines (99.99 percent availability). Every second of downtime can translate to lost revenue, or […]

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16 Apr

Oracle Cloud and the EDB Postgres Alternative

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These days, I have the good fortune of leading an amazing cluster of teams as the head of EnterpriseDB’s Global Support Services. I talk to customers every day about who we are, what sets us apart, and how we can help to make you successful once you’ve dipped your feet in the Postgres world. While a growing number of our freshman audience are organizations explicitly seeking the open source environment as their Brave New World, it’s no secret that organizations often come […]

Jamie Watt | Vice President, Global Support Services

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Apr
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