Posted On 07 April 2015 By MicroPyramid
In Previous Tutorial we looked into Setting up EL Server which can ingest your Syslog files. In this Post, you will learn about pushing your Log Files to EL Server and How we will Display it in Kibana with Interactive Graphs.
Posted On 25 March 2015 By MicroPyramid
To retrieve maximum, minimum or average values from group of rows we can use django Aggregation. For example to retrieve max price or avg price of product from catalogue.
Posted On 14 March 2015 By MicroPyramid
In This Tutorial we will look onto parsing your syslog files and store and display it in interactable website. We will be using ELK Stack for this purpose, before Jumping Into ELK Stack Lets see what each means
E - Elasticsearch: open source search and analytics engine, which stores data and relies on Apache Lucene for searching.
L - LogStash: Logstash is an open source data collection engine with real-time pipelining capabilities.
Posted On 21 February 2015 By MicroPyramid
Integrate Sendgrid API to your Heroku app to deliver simplified emails like any notification emails, user signups etc.
Posted On 15 February 2015 By MicroPyramid
In general use cases we upload the CSV files to the system to store huge amount of data by uploading single file. For example in e-commerce sites we just write thousands of products details in a CSV file and just upload it.
In python we can read the data of a CSV file in 2 ways. One by using normal csv.reader and the other by using csv.DictReader.
Posted On 03 February 2015 By MicroPyramid
Django Template Tags are simple Python functions that accept a value, an optional argument, and return a value to be displayed on the page.
First, In your application folder, create a "templatetags" directory at the same level as the models and views.
You want this directory to be recognized as a Python package, so make sure you create an empty "__init__.py" file. Next, create the Python file that will hold your tags and name it something like app_tags.py.
Posted On 26 January 2015 By MicroPyramid
Posted On 29 December 2014 By MicroPyramid
Memcache is a memory caching system that helps web applications and mobile app backends to improve performance and scalability. We should consider using Memcache when your pages are loading too slowly or your app is having scalability issues. In This Blog Post, Let's see how to use Memcached for server-side application caching.