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Aug
5
2016

Web Performance Testing with Visual Studio Ultimate 2013

Author: Kevin Tuttle   |   Category: Blog   |   One Comment   |   Read more

There may be times when you want to have different post data on a per-request basis. You could just clone the request and hardcode each one with a different data set, but besides taking up a lot of unnecessary time, the data change again it would be difficult to update it again. Fortunately, Visual Studio has the functionality to populate any values in the test.

Jun
10
2016

DevOps, Microservices, and the Internet of Things (IoT): Beyond the Hype

Author: Jeremy Likness   |   Category: Blog   |   One Comment   |   Read more

DevOps, Microservices, and the Internet of Things (IoT) are the hottest topics in technology today. DevOps is commonly defined as a practice that employs the collaboration and communication of both software developers and other IT professionals while automating the process of software delivery and infrastructure changes. But what does that mean for your business? In a recent webinar, I covered what I believe are very important ideas that relate to all three areas.

Jun
3
2016

Cloud Migration | Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining

Author: Keith Lynch   |   Category: Blog   |   No Comments   |   Read more

Disaster Recovery | June 16 If you think about it from a purely conceptual point of view the cloud can seem like the perfect disaster recovery platform. I have been around so many clients who have complained at length about dedicated disaster recovery location. Though most have moved past a “cold” disaster recovery model (meaning they […]

Jun
3
2016

SOLID Principles | Building a Visual Studio Console App

Author: David Simmons   |   Category: Blog   |   No Comments   |   Read more

SOLID Principles: Part 1 The SOLID principles (Single Responsibility, Open-Closed, Liskov Substitution, Interface Segregation, and Dependency Inversion), are a set of core object-oriented design principles created by Robert C. Martin. The basic idea behind the inception of these principles is that developers who apply them will end up with code that is easier to extend […]

May
23
2016

BBQing Made Easy with LogicMonitor

Author: iVision   |   Category: Blog   |   No Comments   |   Read more

iVision CTO, Eric Aslaksen, wrote this post for LogicMonitor and it’s too exciting not to share! Announcing the Tappecue Datasource! This is the first year that we’ve participated in the Pick’n In Grant Park BBQ Competition whose proceeds go towards the preserving the historic Grant Park in Atlanta. This year’s competition brought together 15 professional […]

May
11
2016
iVision Develops Zenoss PowerShell Module

iVision Develops Zenoss PowerShell Module

Author: iVision   |   Category: Blog   |   No Comments   |   Read more

Unifying Management Systems via PowerShell In today’s data center, it is quite common for enterprise and SMBs to deploy multiple monitoring products to manage their heterogeneous environments; SQL Foglight for database server monitoring, System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) for Windows Server monitoring and agentless solutions like LogicMonitor and Zenoss for Linux and hardware monitoring, to name […]