Aug 16, 2018

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!

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