logz.io

2014
Boston, MA, USA
Jul 14, 2020   |  By Jonah Kowall
Today’s monitoring investments align more often with automation than any other technology. Automation is one of the principal objectives of DevOps to reduce toil, i.e. manual work. This helps keep engineers happy and engaged, allowing for better scale in building and operating applications. Automation typically spans infrastructure and application technologies. The challenge is that many organizations just have too many automation tools.
Jul 12, 2020   |  By Noa Levi
Logz.io Infrastructure Monitoring just got some substantive upgrades to kick off the summer. The major change is the Grafana 7 update, specifically to version 7.0.3. This includes several new features. The Logz.io deployment will also include applying Grafana to logs. The Transform tab gives users the option to quickly add non-time series data to tables and then pair it with other data (time series or not) in your Metrics deployment.
Jul 9, 2020   |  By Mike Elsmore
Netflix, Amazon, Google, Facebook, and a host of other companies have adopted chaos engineering, which encourages designing systems to proactively ward off potential issues through testing and the anticipation of failure. When it comes to container orchestration tools like Kubernetes, chaos engineering is a vital tactic for enhancing security.
Jul 6, 2020   |  By Gedalyah Reback
Metrics and logs have been around for a long time, yet we haven’t adopted common standards for them. Sure, there have been attempts on the metric side with OpenMetrics. Similarly, tracing only got a standardization effort with OpenTracing just a few years ago. There was no effort in a unified approach to standardize all observability signals until OpenTelemetry began a little less than two years ago. And there has been a need.
Jun 30, 2020   |  By Mike Elsmore
Like everyone else, my life for the last few months has become a never-ending stream of video calls. With Zoom calls, and the occasional Skype, Google Meet, or Microsoft Teams, becoming the norm I’ve noticed that the fans on my Macbook have been kicking in and sounding like a tiny jet trying to take off.
Jul 9, 2020   |  By logz.io
In this live demo we explained how to use our product portfolio – including Log Management, Infrastructure Monitoring, and Cloud SIEM – to monitor, troubleshoot, and secure cloud environments.
Jun 29, 2020   |  By logz.io
Cognitive Insights combines machine learning and crowdsourcing to automatically uncover critical issues in your log data together with actionable information to help you troubleshoot them faster.
Jun 25, 2020   |  By logz.io
Kibana is a powerful and flexible tool to search and visualize your logs in Elasticsearch – but only if you know how to use it! Zach Hamilton, a Sales Engineer at Logz.io, has enabled hundreds to be successful with Kibana and will provide his insights for best practices in this webinar. Understanding Kibana’s strengths and quirks can help you more efficiently explore your log data so you can quickly understand what’s happening in your environment.
Jun 24, 2020   |  By logz.io
You don’t have to choose between cost management and full observability. With Logz.io features Log Patterns, Drop Filters, and Archive & Restore add to cost efficiency. These features are designed to easily identify and filter out that data before indexing it, and then reingest that data if necessary later.
Jun 21, 2020   |  By logz.io
Observability teams today are facing increasing challenges in achieving visibility into the systems they monitor. Kubernetes adds significant complexity to achieving this goal. Open source provides powerful options and comes with serious advantages in cost, agility, and speed. Join Logz.io co-founder Asaf Yigal to learn how you can gain observability into Kubernetes projects with open source tools.