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Comprehensive set of turnkey infrastructure integrations

Including dozens of AWS and Azure services, container orchestrations like Docker and Kubernetes, and more 

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Pinpoint the root cause down to a poor-performing line of code

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Collect, search, and analyze log data

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LEGO logos by and for computer geeks

Lego started selling their now world-famous bricks 60 years ago, and has a certain inherent geek appeal (after all, Lego bricks are kind of like 3D pixels, and you can be endlessly creative with them).
This post shows what happens when computer geeks combine their love for Lego with their love for certain popular tech companies and their logos.

Google’s fan base is obvious

Photo by Cory Doctorow.

Photo by Antonio Manfredonio.

Photo by Keso S.
Photo by Gayle Laakmann McDowell.

Photo by Keso S.
Photo by Gayle Laakmann McDowell.

Some Digg love

Photo by Scott Fiddelke.

Via Digg.

A GAIM guy

Photo by Daan Vanden Bosch.

Inventive Flickr logos

Photo by Terry.

Photo by Graham Minchin.

Photo by Jaccoy.

Ironport logo

From The World According to Nils.

The classic Apple

From LEGO Fan creations.

Photo by Mark Yang.

An industry pioneer deserves a Lego logo

Photo by Alice Bartlett.

We love gadgets!

From Engadget.

From Gizmodo.

And finally, some Linux love

Photo by Timo Beil. (Creation by Tobias Reichling.)
There are a gazillion Lego creations out there, so please feel free to post links to other cool Lego logos in the comments. 🙂

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