Humio is a time-series log management solution for unrestricted, comprehensive event analysis, On-Premises or in the Cloud. With 1TB/day of raw log ingest/node, in-memory stream processing, and live, shareable dashboards and alerts, you can can instantly and in real-time explore, monitor, and visualise any system’s metrics.
The innovative technologies provide a cost-competitive solution that requires significantly less hardware, engineering resources and licensing costs.
The opportunity to build applications and augment them comes with a large set of choices. Choices in log management, choices in API integrators and consumers, choices in languages to use to build the services, and integrations your application needs.
Today we’re releasing a new major update to Humio, with tons of fixes and one new big feature: Views & Repositories.
Our industry is moving at lightning speed towards distributed service-driven architectures, and engineers are on a quest to improve how they observe these systems as a whole.
While the technology world moves pretty fast, there are still institutions lagging behind in the move to the modern. Lunar Way looks to handle one of these institutions, the banking industry, and bring things forward into the 21st Century.
In a Humio cluster, some nodes are arrival nodes (they actually receive the data from the real world), and you can specify which nodes should deal with ingest processing, and which nodes to use for search. The nodes responsible for search also store the underlying segment files.
In this practical e-book, author Cindy Sridharan examines new monitoring tools that, while promising, bring their own set of technical and organizational challenges.
Making software systems observable is of critical importance in today’s modern software systems. Observable systems is what enables good monitoring and alerting, but it is also what enables developers to efficiently diagnose and fix production problems or even discover failure situations before they turn into big production issues. And one of the central pillars in achieving this is logging.
CTO, Kresten Krab, met with O'Reilly Media for an interview during Velocity San Jose 2018, explaining what Humio is, who should use it, and where we (and logging) are headed.
Humio is a modern log management solution and in this video Kresten presents how to use Humio, create live queries and dashboards.
CTO, Kresten Krab, explains the underlying work of Humio together with Jan Møller, CTO and co-founder of Chainalysis. The video covers back-end architecture, integrations, trade offs, and your valued outcomes as a user.