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Use Amazon CloudFront? Get Your Logs into Loggly

There are many applications where a content delivery network (CDN) is a must-have for delivering a good user experience. If you need a CDN and run your application on AWS, you’ll probably want to give Amazon CloudFront a serious look. Fortunately, there is a logging library and documentation to make it easy for you to […]

Highlights from #FutureStack15

We’re officially back in the office and catching our breath from our sing-a-long session with Weird Al Yankovic and the rest of the Data Nerds squad. Big thanks to New Relic for a great event! As you heard in our blog post announcing the event, New Relic and Loggly are highly complementary solutions. To make integrating the […]

5 Very Real Logging Struggles

Logs have been around almost as long as computers and are always at the core of applications. As SaaS, big data, and IoT applications have grown, so have their logs. People are solving big problems and making key product decisions based on logs that are often a complete mess. Even though logging is an important […]

FutureStack 2015 – Chrome Extensions, Live Sessions and more…

Loggly and New Relic are highly complementary solutions, and are widely used together in performance monitoring, root cause analysis, resolving cross-application issues and end-to-end application model visibility. The Chrome extension for New Relic provides users with single-click access from a New Relic view into a matching view in Loggly. This integration not only eliminates extra steps […]

Why JSON is the Best Application Log Format … and How to Switch

Introduction In recent years the JSON format has emerged as the de facto standard for message passing. It is both readable and reasonably compact, and it provides a standardized format for structuring data. Almost every programming language can parse it, so it’s simple to implement in languages which have not yet implemented built-in JSON functionality. […]

Tools and Techniques for Logging Microservices

The microservice architecture is taking the tech world by storm. A growing number of businesses are turning towards microservices as a way of handling large workloads in a distributed and scalable way. In this post, we’ll look at methods for logging microservices and the tools that make them possible. Microservices in a Nutshell A microservice […]

Loggly Real-Time Anomaly Detection: Know the Unknown

Don’t you want to know when something bad is about to happen to your system? If you’re looking back retrospectively, you can usually find clues in your log data. But wouldn’t it be better to know about changes in your log events before these events cause a problem? Loggly Anomaly Detection gives you the power […]

Sending CoreOS Logs to Loggly

There are many ways to send logs to Loggly from a Docker container environment: Using a Loggly Docker container My sidecar approach Using logspout All of these methods will work on CoreOS, but I have an even simpler way for you, one that doesn’t require you to run another container to send logs to Loggly. […]

Citymaps Takes You Places with Loggly and AWS

With the excitement of AWS re:Invent fresh in my mind, I’m really excited to share the first joint success story published in partnership between Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Loggly. The portfolio of AWS services and log management from Loggly bring a similar value proposition to our customers: the ability to do more with less. […]