LogDNA

2013
Mountain View, CA, USA
Jul 10, 2020   |  By Laura Santamaria
Isn’t all logging pretty much the same? Logs appear by default, like magic, without any further intervention by teams other than simply starting a system… right? While logging may seem like simple magic, there’s a lot to consider. Logs don’t just automatically appear for all levels of your architecture, and any logs that do automatically appear probably don’t have all of the details that you need to successfully understand what a system is doing.
Jul 9, 2020   |  By Chris Nguyen
Today is an exciting day for LogDNA! I have two wonderful announcements to make. First, we’ve officially announced that LogDNA has closed a $25 million series C round led by Emergence Capital. Second, and most importantly, I’m thrilled to share that Tucker Callaway, LogDNA’s current President and Chief Revenue Officer, is transitioning into a new role as the company’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
Jul 7, 2020   |  By Chris Tozzi
This was originally posted on The New Stack. Once upon a time, log management was relatively straightforward. The volume, types, and structures of logs were simple and manageable. However, over the past few years, all of this simplicity has gone out the window. Thanks to the shift toward cloud native technologies—such as loosely coupled services, microservices architectures, and technologies like containers and Kubernetes—the log management strategies of the past no longer suffice.
Jun 30, 2020   |  By Laura
Isn’t all logging pretty much the same? Logs appear by default, like magic, without any further intervention by teams other than simply starting a system… right? While logging may seem like simple magic, there’s a lot to consider. Logs don’t just automatically appear for all levels of your architecture, and any logs that do automatically appear probably don’t have all of the details that you need to successfully understand what a system is doing.
Jun 26, 2020   |  By Laura
When thinking about serverless applications, one thing that comes to mind immediately is efficiency. Running code that gets the job done as swiftly and efficiently as possible means you spend less money, which means good coding practices suddenly directly impact your bottom line. How does logging play into this, though? Every logging action your application takes is within the scope of that same performance evaluation.
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.
Jun 10, 2020   |  By LogDNA
IBM Log Analysis with LogDNA enables you to quickly find the source of issues and gain deeper insight into application and cloud environment data. Easily aggregate and search application, and server logs within a single platform. Forward logs from IBM Cloud Kubernetes clusters, servers, and applications in as little as three steps. IBM Log Analysis with LogDNA is trusted by teams like IBM Cloud, The Weather Company, and IBM Watson.
Jun 10, 2020   |  By LogDNA
IBM Log Analysis with LogDNA is an IBM Cloud service that provides hosted log management using LogDNA. It lets you collect, analyze, and manage logs in a central location without having to provision or maintain your own logging solution. You can forward logs from your IBM Cloud Kubernetes clusters, servers, and applications in as little as three steps. In addition, you can leverage the IBM Cloud to manage the service, set access controls via IAM, and even archive older logs to IBM Cloud Object Storage. When you provision an IBM Log Analysis with LogDNA instance, you get access to a LogDNA endpoint and web UI hosted on the IBM Cloud. Your logs are stored on the IBM Cloud itself, allowing you to colocate your logging service and applications for greater throughput and control. You get the full benefits of LogDNA—including fast log ingestion and searching, over 30 integrations and ingestion sources, and support for dozens of log formats—with the security and convenience of the IBM Cloud.
Jun 10, 2020   |  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.
Jun 9, 2020   |  By LogDNA
The Screens feature displays a series of widgets to share across an organization. Widgets can display log activity, from the number of logs ingested in the last 4 hours, to a line graph comparing today’s to yesterday’s log ingestion. Control the data displayed by customizing a “Screen” with a combination of different widgets, providing your organization with a snapshot of the system’s activity.
May 9, 2019   |  By LogDNA
Ada leverages LogDNA's alerting and view functionality in a special way.