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Jul 16, 2019 | By Chris Nguyen
When you start a company – or a third company as is the case for Lee and me – you start with a problem statement, a product you believe in, and a lot of hope. This means when growth goes as planned or exceeds expectations, you shouldn’t be surprised. This is what is supposed to happen. Great Product + Market Opportunity + Great Team = Successful Business. Intellectually, I know all this, but it is still exciting to see it come to fruition.
Jul 15, 2019 | By Thu Nguyen
Continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) has enabled teams to build and deploy software at a much faster pace. DevOps teams can build, test, and deploy changes to production in a matter of minutes, allowing for extremely rapid release cycles. However, a CI/CD pipeline has a lot of moving parts and steps where problems to occur. In order to ensure a successful deployment, it’s important to monitor each step in this process.
Jul 11, 2019 | By Connor Peticca
The next major version of the LogDNA agent is right around the corner, and we’re introducing some significant improvements. Most notably, we’ve completely rewritten the agent using Rust instead of Node.js. As we gear up for the release, we wanted to explain why we chose Rust for the LogDNA agent, the benefits that it offers over other languages, and how it can help you log faster. Rust is a systems programming language that aims to offer both performance and safety.
Jul 8, 2019 | By Thu Nguyen
The use cases and requirements of a logging platform in an organization varies between teams and job functions. The problem isn’t in collecting log data (we are a logging company after all), but in deciding how to manage these logs for each team. For example, our backend developers need detailed, short-lived logs in order to build and test new features; while our infrastructure team needs lengthy retention periods for auditing and compliance.
Jul 1, 2019 | By Thu Nguyen
Kubernetes is a powerful platform that has shifted the way modern software operates and scales over the past five years. It’s got a strong open source community and benefits from innovation from the collective. Also, some of its current shortcomings are: difficulties in installation, complexity, and customization. In many ways, Kubernetes is like the Linux kernel: it provides a framework for running software, but none of the tools. This is where Kubernetes distributions (or distros) come in.
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.
Jan 31, 2019 | By LogDNA
In this live webinar, our Product Manager, Nagi Eroglu covers LogDNA's most functional, useful features from start to finish. From onboarding, sending logs, and searching log lines, to creating views, graphs, and visuals, we'll kick start you into a LogDNA power user in no-time.