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Mar 21, 2023   |  By Marie Fayard
Observability is the ability to gather data from metrics, logs, traces, and other sources, and use that data to form a complete picture of a system’s behavior, performance, and health. While monitoring alone was once the go-to approach for managing IT infrastructure, observability goes further, allowing IT teams to detect and understand unexpected or unknown events.
Mar 16, 2023   |  By Tali Soroker
Amazon Web Services (AWS) recently announced the release of Amazon Linux 2023 (AL2023) as the next generation of Amazon Linux with enhancements to its already-proven reliability. Besides offering frequent updates and long-term support, AL2023 provides a predictable release cadence, flexibility, and control over new versions. It also eliminates the operational overhead that comes with creating custom policies to meet standard compliance requirements.
Mar 15, 2023   |  By Coralogix
OpenTelemetry is an open-source observability framework that provides a vendor-neutral and language-agnostic way to collect and analyze telemetry data. This tutorial will show you how to integrate OpenTelemetry on Kubernetes, a popular container orchestration platform. Prerequisites.
Mar 7, 2023   |  By Lipsa Das
Businesses are increasingly adopting distributed microservices to build and deploy applications. Microservices directly streamline the production time from development to deployment; thus, businesses can scale faster. However, with the increasing complexity of distributed services comes visual opacity of your systems across the company. In other words, the more complex your system gets, the harder it becomes to visualize how it works and how individual resources are allocated.
Feb 28, 2023   |  By Lipsa Das
Microservices testing is an essential part of any DevOps strategy. In a fast-paced environment like DevOps, you need real-time data on the deployment status and ensure your microservices integrations work correctly. The best way to achieve this is with frequent microservices testing.
Feb 22, 2023   |  By Coralogix
Cloudwatch is the de facto method of consuming logs and metrics from your AWS infrastructure. The problem is, it is not the de facto method of capturing metrics for your applications. This creates two places where observability is stored, and can make it difficult to understand the true state of your system. That’s why it has become common to unify all data into one place, and Prometheus offers an open-source, vendor-agnostic solution to that problem.
Feb 15, 2023   |  By Chris Cooney
In modern observability, Lucene is the most commonly used language for log analysis. Lucene has earned its place as a query language. Still, as the industry demands change and the challenge of observability grows more difficult, Lucene’s limitations become more obvious.
Feb 7, 2023   |  By Coralogix
OpenTelemetry is an open-source observability framework that provides a vendor-neutral and language-agnostic way to collect and analyze telemetry data. This tutorial will show you how to integrate OpenTelemetry with Amazon AWS Fargate, a container orchestration service that allows you to run and scale containerized applications without managing the underlying infrastructure.
Jan 31, 2023   |  By Coralogix
In the last few years, fintech enterprises have disrupted the financial services and banking industry by taking everything computing technology offers – from machine learning to blockchain – and turning it up a notch. Traditional financial institutions must now compete with challenger banks offering electronic payment alternatives, peer-to-peer lending, and investment apps.
Jan 23, 2023   |  By Chris Cooney
An effective alerting strategy is the difference between reacting to an outage and stopping it before it starts. That’s why at Coralogix, we’re constantly releasing new features that redefine how alerts are consumed, to enable teams to push their ambitions even further, release with confidence, and tackle issues proactively. Alerts Map is now an indispensable tool for that mission.
Mar 20, 2023   |  By Coralogix
Coralogix Loggregation enables users to turn thousands, or millions, of logs into a handful of templates, using our very own priorietary clustering algorithm. This enables users to quickly understand all of the different errors they are experiencing, and generate powerful, cross cutting insights in only a few clicks.
Mar 7, 2023   |  By Coralogix
The TCO Optimizer is a key feature in the Coralogix cost optimization suite. Coralogix customers regularly see cost savings of between 40 and 70%, when compared to the prices quoted by the competition. With intelligent use of the TCO Optimizer, Coralogix even becomes more cost effective than a self-hosted ELK stack.
Mar 7, 2023   |  By Coralogix
Coralogix offers native integrations with a wide variety of cloud solutions - here is just one of them, AWS Lambda. In this video, we'll explore how to integrate the Lambda Telemetry Exporter into AWS Lambda and what you can do with the data once it's working.
Mar 6, 2023   |  By Coralogix
Debugging Kubernetes often involves a wild collection of different tools, formats, data types and more. With Coralogix, everything is correlated in one place. In this video, we'll go through a typical debugging journey.
Feb 27, 2023   |  By Coralogix
In this deep dive, Coralogix Developer Advocate Chris Cooney, will explain the features that are available in the logging UI. We'll cover filtering, querying, machine learning log aggregation and much more.
Feb 20, 2023   |  By Coralogix
Coralogix TCO Optimizer allows customers to assign use cases to their data, and drive savings of between 40-70%. Coralogix TCO Optimizer leverages Streama © technology to automatically route data to the desired storage, driving huge cost savings and massive benefit.
Feb 15, 2023   |  By Coralogix
DataPrime is the next generation analytics language from Coralogix. With schema on read transformations, aggregations and more, Coralogix users can explore their data, in archive or indexed, faster and more thoroughly than on any other platform.
Jan 23, 2023   |  By Coralogix
A run through of the Alert Map feature in Coralogix. A revolutionary way to visualise alerts by their defined groupings, which scales far more effectively than anything else on the market today.
Oct 24, 2022   |  By Coralogix
In this video, we'll explore how to export OTLP traces from a simple Java application into Coralogix, using nothing more than a few lines of configuration in Open Telemetry.
Mar 21, 2022   |  By Coralogix
There are numerous types of logs in AWS, and the more applications and services you run in AWS, the more complex your logging needs are bound to be. Learn how to manage AWS log data that originates from various sources across every layer of the application stack, is varied in format, frequency, and importance.

Coralogix helps software companies avoid getting lost in their log data by automatically figuring out their production problems:

  • Know when your flows break: Coralogix maps your software flows, automatically detects production problems and delivers pinpoint insights.
  • Make your Big Data small: Coralogix’s Loggregation automatically clusters your log data back into its original patterns so you can view hours of data in seconds.
  • All your information at a glance: Use Coralogix or our hosted Kibana to query your data, view your live log stream, and define your dashboard widgets for maximum control over your data.

Our machine learning powered platform turns your cluttered log data into a meaningful set of templates and flows. View patterns and trends, and gain valuable insights to stay one step ahead at all times!