Managing multiple log files becomes a big challenge for organizations relying on traditional logging setups that require monitoring numerous events from different servers and applications.
Correlating different logs to map infrastructure dependencies makes it difficult to remediate problems. Traditional tools can also get sluggish when log volumes increase.
Continuous NGINX stream logging and monitoring can require multiple open-source tools. Configuring all these tools is a complex task and can take a great deal of time and effort.
SolarWinds® Loggly® offers cloud-based log analysis and aggregation, which makes it simple for IT teams to centrally monitor and analyze their infrastructure and application logs. It provides a reliable alternative to a similar self-hosted logging setup that can be difficult to scale up and manage.
With Loggly, you can enable NGINX remote logging and get alerts to troubleshoot critical issues quickly. Setting up Loggly doesn’t take hours and you can start analyzing logs without any elaborate configuration. You can send NGINX logs to Loggly using syslog daemons such as rsyslog. For long-term log archival, you can use AWS S3 buckets.
Loggly simplifies NGINX log monitoring and helps you discover rogue processes and resolve issues faster. It offers a powerful search feature that gives you prompt results, even when Loggly has to search through a large volume of logs. It can also automatically parse your logs into various fields for advanced analysis and visualization.
You can browse through your logs using the Loggly dynamic field explorer feature, which can significantly boost your troubleshooting experience. Loggly allows you to inspect all related logs surrounding a critical event with surround sound, a feature that makes it easier for you to get to the root cause of issues faster.
Loggly allows you to analyze your logs visually with minimal effort. It offers a preconfigured dashboard that can help you monitor key performance and usage statistics. With this dashboard, you can easily spot any spikes in 4XX and 5XX status codes, which can indicate a potential issue with your application. From there onward you can drill down to inspect any unusual traffic patterns or check all related events to find the root cause of issues.
For collaborating with your team, you can define access permissions and share the dashboard with your team member. It is also possible to download Loggly dashboards in PNG format for reporting purposes.