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Scalyr Customers Create and Monitor Inventive Software in Docker Environments

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According to a recent press release, “Scalyr, the blazing fast log management platform for the engineering front line, today announced that DataFox, EatStreet, Foxpass, ObservePoint, Periscope Data, and Return Path use Scalyr to monitor their industry-leading software and Docker environments. Customers at the forefront of innovation in their respective fields – including DataFox, EatStreet, Foxpass, ObservePoint and Return Path – are using container environments and orchestration tools such as Docker and Kubernetes to deliver their applications with more flexibility and greater efficiency. Because their applications generate revenue, these companies must ensure they work properly and address performance issues quickly. For that, they use Scalyr to monitor, troubleshoot and debug their software during development, quality assurance and in production.”

The release goes on, “DataFox, an award-winning, AI-powered CRM orchestration platform, is streamlining its software development process by ensuring consistency across tool sets – including MongoDB and Apache Solr – with Docker. As software moves into production, the company relies on Scalyr to troubleshoot software issues rapidly across hundreds of microservices and their underlying infrastructure. ‘We monitor and troubleshoot everything from CPU spikes to the state of each of our microservices,’ said Elena Tatarchenko, engineering manager at DataFox. ‘Because we are moving quickly and pushing some of our code into production multiple times per day, we need to troubleshoot fast. Scalyr lets us query our large data set and pivot sophisticated data visualizations with sub-second response times, which dramatically reduces our debugging process’.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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