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am 13. Mai 2020 - 14:53
What are Open Telemetry Metrics and Exporters:

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series An Introduction to Prometheus and Metrics. Earlier posts include What is Prometheus?, and What are Prometheus Exporters?. This is the most recent post in the series. Last time we ended by musing that Prometheus, while an open source project, still creates a case of vendor lock-in for its users. Getting metrics IN to Prometheus is easy. Getting metrics out is less easy. Changing-to or trying-out a new metric system is even less easy. Today we’re going to take a look at the Open Telemetry project. Open Telemetry is an open […]

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am 13. Mai 2020 - 6:00
This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series An Introduction to Prometheus and Metrics. Earlier posts include What is Prometheus?, and What are Prometheus Exporters?. This is the most recent post in the series. Last time we ended by musing that Prometheus, while an open source project, still creates a case of vendor lock-in for its users. Getting metrics IN to Prometheus is easy. Getting metrics out is less easy. Changing-to or trying-out a new metric system is even less easy. Today we’re going to take a look at the Open Telemetry project. Open Telemetry is an open […]
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am 12. Mai 2020 - 16:53
What are Prometheus Exporters?:

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series An Introduction to Prometheus and Metrics. Earlier posts include What is Prometheus?. This is the most recent post in the series. In our first article, we covered four core Prometheus concepts and used those four concepts to instrument a simple service written in NodeJS. One part of the Prometheus ecosystem we didn’t talk about was exporters. That’s going to be our topic today. However, before we get to exporters we need to talk a little bit more about instrumentation. The Limits of Instrumentation Under ideal circumstances, the best course of […]

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am 12. Mai 2020 - 13:30
This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series An Introduction to Prometheus and Metrics. Earlier posts include What is Prometheus?. This is the most recent post in the series. In our first article, we covered four core Prometheus concepts and used those four concepts to instrument a simple service written in NodeJS. One part of the Prometheus ecosystem we didn’t talk about was exporters. That’s going to be our topic today. However, before we get to exporters we need to talk a little bit more about instrumentation. The Limits of Instrumentation Under ideal circumstances, the best course of […]
geschrieben von Vitaliy Boyko
am 11. Mai 2020 - 17:50

Working on the same technology, on the same project, on the same code – year over year – will inevitably make a developer strong, knowledgeable and something of a subject matter expert.  However, being hyper-focused for such long stretches of time introduces a variety of risks to the developer and the project assignment, namely a potential loss of interest or worse – burnout.

To offset this personal risk at the same time increasing the likely personal productivity and results, I strongly believe and recommend that every developer have an Open Source side project (or two). Why take on additional work, you ask? In addition to the obvious benefits of delivering more back to your company and the community, a side project will inevitably boost a developer’s skills, up to his or her experiences, and expand their respective community network. On a personal level, becoming a key part of additional projects expands a person’s sense of belonging. After all, we…

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am 11. Mai 2020 - 14:44
What is Prometheus?:

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series An Introduction to Prometheus and Metrics. This is the first post in the series. One surprising thing about the software instrumentation world, a world that helps us see what our systems are doing, is how opaque the instrumentation tools themselves can be. Take the Prometheus project. It has solid engineering behind it, and even has some pretty good docs — but those docs are written from the point of view of someone who’s already well versed in the how and why of performance monitoring, software engineering, and site reliability engineering. […]

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am 11. Mai 2020 - 6:00
This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series An Introduction to Prometheus and Metrics. Later posts include What are Prometheus Exporters?. One surprising thing about the software instrumentation world, a world that helps us see what our systems are doing, is how opaque the instrumentation tools themselves can be. Take the Prometheus project. It has solid engineering behind it, and even has some pretty good docs — but those docs are written from the point of view of someone who’s already well versed in the how and why of performance monitoring, software engineering, and site reliability engineering. The […]
geschrieben von Covos
am 8. Mai 2020 - 16:46
Wir haben einen Shop der verschiedene Marken mit jeweils eigenem Logo anbietet. Nun wollten wir für jede Markenkategorie das jeweilige Logo als Icon / Thumbnail hinterlegen können, um dann in der Oberkategorie “Marken” alle Logos mit Namen der jeweiligen Marken anzuzeigen. In Magento 1.9 ist die Möglichkeit neben einem Bild auch ein Thumbnail pro Kategorie...
geschrieben von Deni Pesic
am 8. Mai 2020 - 13:31

There are several ways to create customers in Magento 2. A customer can create an account on their own using the sign-up form, a customer can be created through the admin interface, and there is even a built-in Magento 2 import feature that can mass import a huge number of customers from a CSV file,...

The post How to programmatically create customers in Magento 2.3.x appeared first on Inchoo.

geschrieben von Frederic Gaus
am 7. Mai 2020 - 12:00

In diesem Artikel zeigen wir, warum sich ein starker Webauftritt für Sie als Hersteller und Ihre Händler lohnt.

Der Beitrag Warum Sie als Hersteller in den Online-Direktvertrieb einsteigen sollten erschien zuerst auf…

geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 6. Mai 2020 - 20:39

Learn more about our new program to enable our Solution Partners to plan for recovery and rapidly scale back normal operations once customer project demands pick up in the future

geschrieben von Svitlana Ruban
am 5. Mai 2020 - 9:54

One compelling reason to shop online is there are no lines. Another reason to shop online is the ability to search virtual aisles – however one wants and whenever one wants. When you combine those two shopping benefits, be it B2C or B2B, and then force multiply by anticipated sales transactions, merchants can become consumed with thoughts how best to ready themselves.

Magento Load Testing – what does it mean for an eCommerce merchant

An online shopping experience should meet these two minimum standards – a website should be both personalized and fast to provide back results. As a result, a high performing eCommerce website is expected. For merchants the world over, their website’s response to each user and the ability to process tailored experiences translates to purchase (or not). Anything short of those standards should be tested, studied and remedied.

Tools for testing

For eCommerce administrators and developers, there are many ways…

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am 4. Mai 2020 - 14:54
TypeScript won’t Save us:

A few weeks ago I started working with gRPC for the first time. These days gRPC stands for “general-purpose remote procedure call”, but I still think of it as “Google remote procedure call”, as it’s a project that came out of, and is primarily maintained, by Google engineers. It’s a system for building APIs, similar to SOAP or REST, that allow you to invoke a function that’s on another computer. It sits somewhere between REST and SOAP in terms of complexity and formalness, and I might have more to say about it later. What I wanted to mention today was […]

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am 4. Mai 2020 - 6:30
A few weeks ago I started working with gRPC for the first time. These days gRPC stands for “general-purpose remote procedure call”, but I still think of it as “Google remote procedure call”, as it’s a project that came out of, and is primarily maintained, by Google engineers. It’s a system for building APIs, similar to SOAP or REST, that allow you to invoke a function that’s on another computer. It sits somewhere between REST and SOAP in terms of complexity and formalness, and I might have more to say about it later. What I wanted to mention today was […]
geschrieben von PAJ
am 3. Mai 2020 - 21:51

Magento 2 PageSpeed (Lighthouse) performance audit results for mobile and desktop are notoriously bad. Imagine you have worked for months on a new Magento 2 eCommerce store, followed best practices for setup and optimisation, the store seems to be running fine but the first time you run a Lighthouse report you see a performance score like this:There are a lot of factors that can affect the Lighthouse performance results for any website but for Magento 2 a big performance killer is the sheer amount of external resources required to render a page whether it be a product page, cms page or category page. Some of these render blocking resources such as Javascript or CSS can cause significant delays in page loading and affect performance. You will see this type…

geschrieben von gkesten
am 28. April 2020 - 18:00

We continue to bring to market features that, now more than ever, will prove invaluable by allowing merchants to react swiftly to rapid changing conditions around the world. Read more.

geschrieben von Andreja Cicak
am 28. April 2020 - 13:40

If you’re running an online shop, you know how important it is to be present when your customers are researching the market to find their desired products. Since Google has just announced that Google Shopping opens up for free product listing ads, we’re bringing you a brief guide on setting up and optimizing your product...

The post How to configure your Google Shopping Feed in Magento appeared first on Inchoo.

geschrieben von Andrea Wiel
am 28. April 2020 - 8:41

Wir sind stolz verkünden zu dürfen, dass Andreas von Studnitz, Mitgründer und Geschäftsführer von integer_net, zum zweiten Mal in Folge offiziell als Magento Master in der Kategorie Mentor ausgezeichnet wurde. 

Magento Master 2019 und 2020: Andreas von Studnitz

Was ist ein Magento Master?

Die Auszeichnung Magento Master wird…

geschrieben von Alex Lunkov
am 24. April 2020 - 6:00

This article is aimed to share our vision and predictions on what is in store for Magento this year along with some of my thoughts and speculations. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. Enjoy!

1. Magento 1 End of Life (EOL)

This is real — Magento’s 1 long – very long – life cycle is coming to an end. Per Magento, M1 will be sunset this coming June.

Merchants using Magento Commerce 1 (formerly known as Enterprise Edition) and Magento Open Source 1 (formerly known as Community Edition) should migrate to Magento 2 as soon as possible. Even though Magento Open Source customers receive security patches and Magento Commerce merchants receive quality fixes and security patches, this level of enterprise maintenance comes to an end along with M1’s EOL.

M1 EOL presents many going forward challenges. Namely, PCI compliance will be, technically speaking, lost, as code will be considered outdated. The reality for those still operating on M1, it…

geschrieben von Casjen Klosterhuis
am 23. April 2020 - 14:58
online business

Im Hinblick auf den Handel zeigt sich die Krise als Brandbeschleuniger des sogenannten Channelshifts, also der Verlagerung des Handels in den digitalen, den Online-Bereich.

Der Beitrag Jetzt ins Online-Business einsteigen! erschien…