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We now accept dynamic updates of PTR records within our zones.
For proper end-to-end cloud monitoring, you need to see the exact set of HTTP requests the customer makes while completing the purchase: each of the individual product-detail pages, the add-to-cart POST requests, the cart view page, the billing and shipping POST requests, and the final “Submit Order” page.
The ability to capture the raw transaction data is particularly important in cloud deployments, where requests often go through a number of dynamic components—from a browser or mobile device to a CDN followed by a load balancer—before reaching the application and the microservices and queues involved in completing the transaction.
Cloud computing changes everything, and application and infrastructure monitoring are hardly exceptions.
The flexibility, scale, services, and pay-as-you-go pricing options provided by modern cloud platforms—Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and tools like Pivotal among them—have completely changed how companies architect their applications as well as how they deploy the corresponding infrastructure.
Build modern web and mobile applications on an open cloud platform: bring your own language runtimes, frameworks, and third party libraries.
Google App Engine is a fully managed platform that completely abstracts away infrastructure so you focus only on code.
What we outline in this post is how you can create and update PTR records for yourself, without having to revert to us.
So let’s see how can you update the PTR records of an IP address you’re using within Cloud Sigma’s clouds.
Businesses no longer rely on a static Content Delivery Network, but routinely work with multiple CDNs serving different regions.