Our blog is now serverless with Hugo

Our blog is now serverless with Hugo
We migrated our BlogEngine blog to Hugo and deployed it to Amazon S3. Our blog is now effectively serverless because we don’t have to worry about servers and upgrading our blog engine with latest security patches :) Bonus: excellent performance results with overall score A - 100 Wow, just wow!
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Sending monitoring notifications to your PagerDuty

Here are short instructions how to integrate your AppBeat Monitoring with PagerDuty. Login to your PagerDuty account and create or select existing service Click on “Integrations” tab and click “New Integration” button: Enter your integration name, select “Use our API directly” with option “Events API v2” and click “Add Integration” button: 4. Now you should see your new integration with generated “Integration Key” (you will later use this key in AppBeat).
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AppBeat monitoring is now powered by .NET Core 3.1

On December 3rd, .NET Core 3.1 RTM was officially released and we decided to upgrade our monitoring solution to newest version since this is Long Term Support (LTS) release. Because AppBeat was already running on .NET Core 3.0, upgrade was really easy and without any issues. After few days of testing we are now running newest version in production :) Happy monitoring!
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AppBeat was upgraded to .NET Core 3.0

Our monitoring service is now upgraded to newest stable release of .NET Core 3.0. Entire process took us about 30 minutes :) This was done in preparation for migration to .NET Core 3.1 which should be released in December 2019. Newest version brings performance, security and functionality improvements.
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Our Slack app is now approved!

We are very happy to announce that Slack team approved our app so you can easily integrate it with AppBeat monitoring: install AppBeat to your Slack workspace For more detailed instructions on how to send monitoring notifications directly to your Slack channel, please read our step by step tutorial. Happy monitoring!
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