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Logicify Bot for Proactive Software Health-Checks

In our previous posts, we shared a detailed overview of Logicify software monitoring toolset, with Graylog and Grafana as its core components. In this article, we’d like you to meet our open source Healthcheck Bot, an application we developed for proactive software check-ups.

Why Your eCommerce Needs Intelligence. Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence is all around us: in self-driving cars and drones, virtual assistants and speech recognition tools. It’s how Google answers our searches, Spotify plays tending tracks, and Amazon recommends top deals. Marketing specialists predict that online retail stores would simply become extinct in some 5-10 years if they neglect AI-driven technologies today. Let’s see how AI can empower your eCommerce.

How to Create a Custom Mautic Theme with Your Corporate Identity. Step-by-Step Guide by Logicify

If you ever struggled creating custom themes in Mautic using your favorite layout design tools, we are more than sure you’ll like this article. Here's how to add a new theme for your Mautic emails in just five simple steps.

Logicify Contributes to Open Source: Mautic Advanced Templates Bundle

We recently released an open-source bundle for an email marketing tool, Mautic. It allows greater flexibility in email templates and makes life of active Mautic users easier. Glad to share it with everyone today!

Logicify Office Dashboard

We continue our “Logicify for Logicify” series of articles, in which we share our internal projects and initiatives. Previous article described our crafted IoT solution for office weather monitoring. Today we’d like to talk about the project internally known as Logicify Office Dashboard.

Grafana as Yet Another Tool for Technical Monitoring of Software Products

The third article in “Logicify Monitoring Tools” series talks about Grafana, a software we use both for internal and external projects to visualize and analyze the data about system state and performance.

How to Craft a Connected Office Solution with Just a Soldering Iron and a Bit of Enthusiasm

Logicify CTO, Dmitry Berezovsky, introduced our solution for air quality control at a local software development conference earlier this year. We made some progress and enhancements since then. This post discusses how the solution was built phase by phase.

Logicify Best Practices for Knowledge Transfer Between Developers

We share our tips for knowledge transfer from software engineers to engineers. This article, we overlooked the cases when the knowledge should be shared with novices in IT industry, Quality Assurance specialists for testing or Technical Support for maintenance purposes. The tips are backed by our experience, so they could come in handy to CEO and CTO managing development teams - whether in-house, remote or both, for PM and software engineers.

Big Data Migration System Using Actor Model with Akka.NET

We developed a complex reactive system to migrate big data for one of our EdTech projects. To build the solution, we applied actor model with Akka.NET, and we wanted to share our experience. The article could be interesting to owners of software products built using outdated/legacy systems who consider migrating the data into a newer systems, software engineers, and DevOps.

Graylog as a Tool for Technical Monitoring of Software Products

The second article in “Logicify Monitoring Tools” series talks about Graylog, a software we use to manage the logs and analyze structured data received from web applications.