Logging facts every DevOps professional should know
Do You Have the Right Log Strategy?
At Loggly, we’ve gained a good bit of knowledge about log management and log analysis from working with thousands of great customers for more than five years. We wanted to make this knowledge available to others, so we wrote a new eBook, The Field Guide to Log Management.
This guide covers a lot of ground. In addition to delving into the components you should include in your log strategy, it describes the capabilities of a log management solution. It will help you answer questions like:
- What should I log?
- When should I consider a log management solution?
- What criteria should I look at when selecting a solution?
- What log data should I centralize in my log management system?
- How do I put my log data to work helping my business?
Log Data Is Big Data
In the world of distributed systems, complex microservices, and elastic clouds, log data has exploded in volume, variety, and complexity. Not being able to manage it and make meaningful use of it can, in the worst case, kill your business.
In The Field Guide to Log Management, we’ll discuss strategies for dealing with your log data in the cloud era. Log data has become big data, and it plays a bigger role in your success than ever before. On behalf of the entire Loggly team, I invite you to read the eBook and get your team ready.
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