Sep 21, 2018

Timber is a new kind of cloud-based logging system designed for applications and developers. Spend less time debugging and more time shipping.

Timber automatically enhances your logs through our libraries and integrations. Converting them from messy, hard-to-use, raw text to rich, useful, clean events. Timber's thoughtful presentation gives you the power of structured logs without sacrificing readability.

Features every developer needs:

  • Modern Dashboard: Our lightning fast and flexible log dashboard allows you to solve problems faster.
  • Real-Time Tailing: Real-time log tailing let's you know the current state of your app without the delay.
  • Fast Searching and Filtering: Search and filter logs by user, request ID, or any other context. Filtering out the noise quickly -- higher productivity.
  • Clickable Logs: Clicking logs in Timber reveals valuable metadata and context. Never get caught lacking the data you need.
  • Up to 6 Month Retention: Most services keep your logs for 2-4 weeks, we offer up to 6 months, opening the door to analytics and trend analysis.
  • 1 Line Installers: Install timber in less than a minute with our single command installers. No agents or special APIs; just simple logging.

Log better. Solve problems faster.

Aug 28, 2018   |  By Zach Sherman
Today we're excited to announce a brand new Timber integration with the wonderful team over at Manifold. We've worked really hard to make this integration as seamless as possible and are excited to see how you all use it.
Jul 31, 2018   |  By Sid Panjwani
PromQL is a built in query-language made for Prometheus. Here at Timber we've found Prometheus to be awesome, but PromQL difficult to wrap our heads around. This is our attempt to change that.
Jun 19, 2018   |  By Sid Panjwani
When done properly, logs are a valuable component of your observability suite. Logs tell the story of how data has changed in your application. They let you answer questions such as: Why did John Doe receive an error during checkout yesterday? What inputs did he provide?
Jun 12, 2018   |  By Abraar Syed
Are you a software engineer/developer/coder or maybe even a tech enthusiast who has been hearing of terms like Microservices and Docker but still clueless as to why there is so much hype around it? If yes, this is a must-read for you!
May 29, 2018   |  By Mark Corwin
Logs are a commonly used source of data to track, verify, and diagnose the state of a system. Regarding the three pillars of observability, logs typically offer the richest context and are the closest to the source of an event.