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Jun 11, 2021   |  By Gedalyah Reback
OpenSearch has been a buzz in DevOps over the first half of 2021. The project is moving forward, but understandably there are a lot of questions. This article will address some of those frequently asked questions, and will be updated to address more over time.
Jun 9, 2021   |  By Dotan Horovits
Last week Elastic.co started locking down its Beats OSS shippers such that they will not be able to send data to Elasticsearch 7.10 or earlier open source distros, or Non-Elastic distros of Elasticsearch. If you weren’t watching closely this might have slipped under your radar. Embedded within the Beats 7.13 minor release that was published over the weekend, a release note advised of a breaking change in which “Beats may not be sending data to some distributions of Elasticsearch”.
Jun 3, 2021   |  By Amitai Stern
Personally, I’ve always wanted to contribute to an open-source project, but never found a way to incorporate it with my day-to-day work. Occasionally, I’d muster up the courage to clone a project I liked, seeking a good entry point to add some new feature or handle some issue. I thought that all I needed was to make a small contribution and everything else would just flow into place.
Jun 3, 2021   |  By Dotan Horovits
What an exciting episode of OpenObservability Talks it was! On May 27, I hosted Kyle Davis, Senior Developer Advocate for OpenSearch at AWS, for a chat about the OpenSearch project, where it stands and where it’s heading. I wanted to share with you some interesting insights from our chat. You’re more than welcome to check out the full episode.
May 27, 2021   |  By Gedalyah Reback
Logz.io is always looking to improve the user experience when it comes to Kubernetes and monitoring your K8s architecture. We’ve taken another step with that, adding OpenTelemetry instrumentation with Helm charts. We have made Helm charts available before, previously with editions suitable for Metricbeat and for Prometheus operators.
May 25, 2021   |  By Dotan Horovits
You’re called in. The system is misbehaving. It could be a key metric going crazy, or exceptions starting to fire. You’re troubleshooting, beating around the bush, just to realize that one of the team’s deployments was the one messing things up. Sounds familiar? If you’re practicing continuous deployment, you probably experience that several times a week, if not more. Users report that 50% of their outages are due to infrastructure and code changes, namely deployments.
May 19, 2021   |  By Jonah Kowall
Logz.io now natively supports AWS App Runner. AWS has launched an innovative service called App Runner. This service builds upon Fargate, the AWS service that runs containers on Kubernetes without manual maintenance, patching, and upkeep of the containers or Kubernetes itself. App Runner takes this to the next level. It creates additional automation of and capabilities to deploy, run, and scale containerized workloads in concert with continuous deployment.
May 18, 2021   |  By Dotan Horovits
Open source is eating the world. Companies have realized and embraced that, and ever more companies today are built around a successful open source project. But there’s also a disturbing counter-movement: vendors relicensing popular open source projects to restrict usage. Last week it was Grafana Labs which announced relicensing Grafana, Loki and Tempo, its popular open source monitoring tools, from Apache2.0 to the more restrictive GNU AGPLv3 license.
May 9, 2021   |  By Shahar Kodraty
We created our Logz.io Cloud SIEM with a clear goal: providing a rapidly deploying, flexible, and cost-effect security management tool that can serve broad datasets and withstand the occasional bursts of events without a sweat. However, our users were coming back to us with requests for more. After all, it’s great to proactively detect proliferating security threats, but what’s the next step beyond just identifying the threat?
May 5, 2021   |  By Dotan Horovits
It’s no secret that Jaeger and OpenTelemetry are known and loved by the open source community — and for good reason. As part of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), they offer one the most popular open source distributed tracing solutions out there as well as standardization for all telemetry data types.
Apr 8, 2021   |  By logz.io
Logz.io recently announced General Availability for Prometheus-as-a-service. In this webinar, we’ll help Prometheus users understand the advantages of offloading Prometheus metrics storage to Logz.io, as well as unifying metrics alongside logs and traces.
Mar 18, 2021   |  By logz.io
Logz.io Infrastructure Monitoring delivers Prometheus-as-a-service, which centralizes your Prometheus metrics on Logz.io’s scalable cloud platform for storage and analysis and unifies your metrics with logs and traces.
Mar 10, 2021   |  By logz.io
The latest cloud security news from top security professionals.
Mar 9, 2021   |  By logz.io
Jan 28, 2021   |  By logz.io
With Logz.io, ELK users can continue using the logging tool they know, without the hassle of managing it at scale.
Jan 28, 2021   |  By logz.io
Logz.io collects your logs, metrics, and traces in the same place so you can seamlessly jump between each data type to investigate problems faster than ever.
Jan 28, 2021   |  By logz.io
Logz.io Log Management automatically centralizes, parses, and indexed your log data on Logz.io's high-powered ELK Stack.
Jan 28, 2021   |  By logz.io
Logz.io Distributed Tracing provides Jaeger, a quickly growing open source tracing tool, as a managed service.
Jan 28, 2021   |  By logz.io
Logz.io Infrastructure Monitoring cloud-native monitoring with Prometheus and Grafana on our easy-to-use cloud service.
Jan 28, 2021   |  By logz.io
Logz.io's Insights uses unique and human-coached AI/ML to automatically surface production issues in your logs - a bit like finding the needle in a haystack!

Logz.io is an AI-powered log analysis platform that offers the open source ELK Stack as a enterprise-grade cloud service with machine learning technology. Our platform uses AI and and machine-learning algorithms to help DevOps engineers, system administrators, and developers to find critical events in the volumes of information that are now constantly generated in IT environments.

Created by a Check Point veteran and a former algorithm engineer for the Israeli military, the enterprise-grade, cloud platform is built on top of the ELK Stack and provides real-time access to data insights based on the collaborative knowledge of IT executives throughout the world. The ELK Stack -- Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana -- is the world’s most popular open-source log analytics software stack.