NEWS & BLOG
In the world of microservices we may have 10-100s of distributed software services, running containers - how can an engineer building a picture of what’s happening in the system. How can they carry out root cause analysis to identify performance bottlenecks? The answer is by instrumenting the services and exposing meaningful metrics.
Sonalake shortlisted in 2 categories at the Analytics Institute National Fellowship & Industry Awards
We’re delighted to be shortlisted in 2 categories at the upcoming National Fellowship & Industry Awards taking place on June 21st. Our work within the Data Analytics domain sees us nominated for the Analytics Innovation Award and the Emerging Tech Product Award categories.
We are happy to announce that Sonalake will be exhibiting at the Connected Britain 2019 conference on 18 – 19 June in London, an event focused on exploring the progress in deployment of FTTx, FTTH, LTE and 5G networks in the UK.
We were delighted to host the February Java User Group meetup in our Poznan office. It was a really well attended event with 100 tickets distributed.
Each year we engage in numerous initiatives designed to help students and new graduates to gain their first real work experience. This year is no different. Here’s a quick summary of our recent activities in Dublin and Poznan.
In the news: Sonalake part of DTIF winning consortium for Blockchain in the technology supply chain project
Sonalake is delighted to be selected alongside our partners Exertis Supply Chain Services and UCD / CeADAR as one of the winning projects to be funded under the Irish government's Disruptive Technology Innovation Fund.
Sonalake has a tradition of providing opportunities to young engineers to gain their first work experience. We believe in investing in young talent, providing opportunities to gain hands-on experience and learn about what it takes to become a complete engineer working on commercial software within a team and with customers.
VisiMetrix is constantly evolving based on new research and innovation as well as valuable customer feedback as we introduce new features. This short post will give you a flavour of some of the new developments that we have delivered to market in recent times.
On Saturday 13th October we had the pleasure of hosting Hacktoberfest Poznań. In its 5th year, Hacktoberfest is an annual event to promote developer contribution to open source initiatives. Throughout the month thousands of people across the world contribute to open source projects hosted on GitHub.
On Thursday September 13th we held our third JHipster Dublin meetup at the Dogpatch Labs in Dublin. Matt Raible was visiting Ireland and kindly offered to speak on the topic of developing microservices applications using Spring Boot and JHipster.