of the Fortune 500
billion log events under management
million searches per day
bottles of beer on the wall

With a firehose of requests coming into our API, it's not always easy to spot the anomalies that hint at bigger problems. Loggly helps us organize this chaotic data and pinpoint the areas we need to focus on. Loggly helps us keep the music playing.

Richard Luck Senior Director, API, Napster

Stormpath is a cutting-edge identity management provider. I don’t want our team spending resources to build out a log management infrastructure. Offloading log management to Loggly is an easy trade-off.

Les Hazlewood Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Stormpath

Better log management wasn’t something I initially thought of as a benefit of switching to Docker. But the combination of Docker and Loggly is very powerful.

John Kelvie Chief Technology Officer, XAPPmedia

Loggly has been very well received by the whole team, and it has lowered our operational overhead. The invoice amounts are close, but that doesn’t take into account the time my team would have to spend running our own log management solution.

Jeremy Koerber Senior Systems Engineer, Creative Market

Anyone with more than six or seven microservices in production on more than 20 servers simply must centralize the log data. Loggly is a no-brainer.

Mohit Khanna Senior Cloud Architect, Datami

Setting up a log management solution with Elasticsearch-Logstash-Kibana (ELK) was an option. In fact, we have ELK experts on our team who have done it many times. But the labor we would have to expend to do it again is better spent on amazing identity management.

Les Hazlewood Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Stormpath

Loggly makes it easy for developers to get access to production logs so they can truly take responsibility for their own code.

Jeff Brown Software Platform and Operations Engineering, Vivint Solar

At first I was skeptical that log management could scale in the cloud, but Loggly won me over. I liked the pricing. I liked the front end. I liked the fact that I could pull out my phone at a restaurant and debug an issue right then and there.

John Kelvie Chief Technology Officer, XAPPmedia

Loggly is a really good value. It’s fast, and it gives me the information that matters. With Loggly, we have a lot more capability than what we got from Kibana.

Adam Sunderland Chief Architect

Loggly is a completely managed service. We don’t even have to think about it.

Jeff Brown Software Platform and Operations Engineering, Vivint Solar

At Stormpath, non-operations people and even non-engineers need to interact with logs. Loggly makes it easier for these people to formulate queries in the way they naturally think about them than it is with log management systems that are focused on the workflows of sysadmins and operations people.

Les Hazlewood Co-Founder/Chief Technology Officer

Live Tail is awesome. With that, I was able to stop giving developers access to our production environments.

Pedro Gomes Director of Apps Club Business Unit, Bemobi

Loggly allows us to be proactive rather than reactive. We can see errors and issues in our application before our customers experience them, and we can solve those issues very quickly and efficiently.

Jason Barthel DevOps Engineer, BambooHR

Before Loggly, we had to login to each server individually to see its logs; our high-throughput apps generate a lot of logs, and we were in a constant rush to investigate issues before logs were deleted by rotation scripts. It was also awkward to correlate problems across servers/apps. We'd tried managing our own logging infrastructure, but maintaining it was a full time job, and it was never working when we needed it to. Loggly saves us hours of headaches and frustration, and makes it easy to investigate problems faced by specific customers.

Matt Button Infrastructure Engineer, Geckoboard

In addition to the usual challenges of running production software, an e-commerce site must talk to a lot of systems that are out of our control. Loggly brings together logs from different technologies so we can understand what’s happening with our site, detect potential problems through alerts, and use data to make long-term decisions. It’s like having someone keeping an eye on the logs at all times.

Aristoteles Neto Chief Architect, Mitre10