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Oct 25, 2021   |  By Scott Fitzpatrick
Image via Pixabay As any developer or IT professional will tell you, when systems experience issues, logs are often invaluable. When implemented and leveraged effectively, the data produced by logging can assist DevOps teams in more quickly identifying occurrences of problems within a system. Moreover, they can prove helpful in enabling incident responders to isolate the root cause of the problem efficiently. With that being the case, maximizing the value of log data is vital.
Oct 20, 2021   |  By Albert Feng
We’re excited to announce the general availability of the LogDNA Agent 3.3, which introduces Linux and ARM64 support to our Rust Agent. This new support in our Rust Agent provides improved performance and enables a few features previously only available for our Kubernetes customers, such as various configurations within the Agent and the ability to run as a non-root user. Additionally, we have added in Prometheus Metrics that help provide insights into your Agent.
Oct 19, 2021   |  By Chris Tozzi
Consider the following question: Why do most teams face pressure to rethink traditional logging and observability approaches? Asking this question to most engineers would likely result in answers centered on the challenges posed by microservices apps. Because microservices are more complex than monoliths and involve more moving parts, they require more sophisticated, granular log collection, correlation, and analysis.
Oct 18, 2021   |  By Liesse Jones
Tucker Callaway is the CEO of LogDNA. He has more than 20 years of experience in enterprise software with an emphasis on developer and DevOps tools. Tucker drives innovation, experimentation, and a culture of collaboration at LogDNA, three ingredients that are essential for the type of growth that we've experienced over the last few years.
Oct 18, 2021   |  By Chris Tozzi
Which data sources do DevOps teams need in order to achieve observability? At a high level, that’s an easy question to answer. Concepts like the “three pillars of observability”—logs, metrics, and traces—may come to mind. Or, you may think in terms of techniques like the RED Method or Google’s Golden Signals, which are other popular frameworks for defining which types of data teams should collect for monitoring and observability purposes.
Oct 13, 2021   |  By Albert Feng
As LogDNA has grown, many of our customers have too, meaning that they are bringing in more ingestion data sources and expanding their use cases for their logs. To help with managing more data, we’re excited to introduce the Control API suite. We’ve built 4 individual APIs that will help companies programmatically configure their data and how they want to ingest logs. Below, we’ll cover each new API in detail as well as why they are massively impactful for our customers.‍
Oct 5, 2021   |  By Tucker Callaway
The massive proliferation of log data forces teams to manage the costs to process, route, and store it. Teams need access to this data to gain critical insights into their services, but for many organizations this presents a challenge for their budget. Logging can get expensive, fast, which often results in teams making difficult tradeoffs between aggregating enough logging information to be useful and controlling the cost of storing all those logs.
Sep 28, 2021   |  By LogDNA
Enterprises often have several servers, firewalls, databases, mobile devices, API endpoints, and other infrastructure that powers their IT. Because of this, organizations must provide resources to manage logged events across the environment. Logging is a factor in detecting and blocking cyber-attacks, and organizations use log data for auditing during an investigation after an incident. Brokers, such as Apache Kafka, will ingest logging data in real-time, process, store, and route data.
Sep 23, 2021   |  By Tucker Callaway
We’re honored to be included in Enterprise Management Associates’ EMA Top 3 Award for Observability Platforms. This award recognizes software products that help enterprises reach their digital transformation goals by optimizing product quality, time to market, cost, and ability to innovate—all the things we’re passionate about at LogDNA.
Sep 8, 2021   |  By Tucker Callaway
Observability data, and especially log data, is immensely valuable for modern business. Making the right decision—from monitoring the bits and bytes of application code to the actions in the security incident response center—requires the right people to generate insights from data as fast as possible.
Jul 16, 2021   |  By LogDNA
Understand and manage increases in your logging through Index Rate Alerting and Usage Quotas. Gain insight into anomalous data spikes to quickly pinpoint the root cause of an increase so that you can choose to store or exclude contributing logs and set limits on the volume of logs stored.
Jun 25, 2021   |  By LogDNA
Understand and manage increases in your logging through Index Rate Alerting and Usage Quotas. Gain insight into anomalous data spikes to quickly pinpoint the root cause of an increase so that you can choose to store or exclude contributing logs and set limits on the volume of logs stored.
Jun 24, 2021   |  By LogDNA
Understand and manage increases in your logging through Index Rate Alerting and Usage Quotas. Gain insight into anomalous data spikes to quickly pinpoint the root cause of an increase so that you can choose to store or exclude contributing logs and set limits on the volume of logs stored.
Jun 23, 2021   |  By LogDNA
Watch as Ming Zhou, Senior Product Manager, and Dan Flores, Solutions Engineer, share how LogDNA enables you to put protections in place so that your developers can deploy applications whenever they want without causing huge spikes in spend.
Jun 23, 2021   |  By LogDNA
Learn how LogDNA is using Terraform to build out PagerDuty during the environment setup lifecycle by Peter Jonsson, SRE. We use Infrastructure as Code to automate our PagerDuty connections, and he'll show you how we do it.
Jun 21, 2021   |  By LogDNA
LogDNA is a modern log management solution that empowers DevOps teams with the insights that they need to develop and debug their applications with ease. Users can get up and running in minutes, see logs from any source instantly in Live Tail, and effortlessly search them with natural language. Custom Parsing, Views, and Alerts put users in control of their data every step of the way.
May 6, 2021   |  By LogDNA
In this short demo, see how LogDNA Boards can give you the ability to view trends in log data over time, and easily pinpoint areas of interest.
May 6, 2021   |  By LogDNA
In this short demo, learn how LogDNA Views can help you dramatically decrease your mean time to resolution.
Apr 29, 2021   |  By LogDNA
In this video, we will show how LogDNA helps DevOps teams using Kubernetes to consume, control and collaborate with logs. By providing value to data from every source, including Kubernetes, developers are empowered to leverage logs to ensure they can continue to accelerate development cycles, and Ops teams can easily onboard microservices teams without the need to modify their infrastructure.
Mar 22, 2021   |  By LogDNA
LogDNA lets you receive alerts for both the presence and absence of data in your logs. LogDNA integrates with many 3rd party solutions, so you can receive real-time alerts via PagerDuty, Slack, or another API.
Jul 31, 2020   |  By LogDNA
Logging in the age of DevOps has become harder and more critical than ever because it is key to maintaining visibility and security in today's fast-moving, highly dynamic environments. With these needs and challenges in mind, LogDNA has prepared this eBook to offer guidance on how best to approach the log management challenges that teams face today.
Dec 19, 2018   |  By LogDNA
A growing number of log management solutions available on the market today are offered as cloud-only services. Although cloud logging has its benefits, many organizations have requirements that can only be fulfilled with self-hosted/on-premises log management systems.
Dec 19, 2018   |  By LogDNA
Here’s a complete guide covering all core components to help you choose the best log management system for your organization. From scalability, deployment, compliance, and cost, to on-prem or cloud logging, we identify the key questions to ask as you evaluate log management and analysis providers.
Nov 1, 2018   |  By LogDNA
Despite having an extensive feature set and being open source, organizations are beginning to realize that a free ELK license is not free after all. Rather, it comes with many hidden costs due to hardware requirements and time constraints that easily add to the total cost of ownership (TCO). Here, we uncover the true cost of running the Elastic Stack on your own vs using a hosted log management service.

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Why LogDNA?

  • Powerful Logging at Scale: Get powerful log aggregation, auto-parsing, log monitoring, blazing fast search, custom alerts, graphs, visualization, and a real-time log analyzer in one suite of tools. We handle hundreds of thousands of log events per second, and 20+ terabytes per customer, per day and boast the fastest live tail in the industry. Whether you run 1 or 100,000 containers, we scale with you.
  • Easy, Instant Setup: LogDNA's SaaS log management platform sets up in under two minutes. Instantly collect logs from AWS, Docker, Heroku, Elastic, and more with the flexibility to deploy anywhere - cloud, multi-cloud, or self-hosted. Logging in Kubernetes? Logs start flowing in just 2 kubectl commands. Whether you wish to send logs via Syslog, Code library, or agent, we have hundreds of custom integrations.
  • Affordable: LogDNA’s simple, pay-per-GB pricing model eliminates contracts, paywalls, and fixed data buckets. Try our free plan, or only pay for the data you use with no overage charges or data limits. Our user-friendly, frustration-free interface allows your team to get started with no special training required, saving even more time and money.
  • Secure & Compliant: Our military grade encryption ensures your logs are fully secure in transit and storage. We offer SOC2, PCI, and HIPAA-compliant logging. To comply with GDPR for our EU/Swiss customers, we are Privacy Shield certified. The privacy and security of your log data is always our top priority, and we are ready to sign Business Associate Agreements.

Blazing fast, centralized log management that's intuitive, affordable, and scalable.