Looking for a Sumo Logic Alternative? Try Scalyr.
Founded nearly a decade ago, Sumo Logic is an in-the-cloud alternative to Splunk. It has helped IT and information security teams understand the status of their systems and find and track security events. Though Sumo Logic has been an effective…Learn More
Looking for a Splunk Alternative? Try Scalyr.
Founded in 2003 and with much of its business still on premises, Splunk primarily serves IT and information security audiences. Though traditional log management tools like Splunk address IT use cases like measuring the performance of corporate systems and analyzing…Learn More
Looking for a Loggly Alternative? Try Scalyr.
SolarWinds/Loggly, a commercial product combining Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana open-source tools, has become an alternative for engineering teams like yours that have outgrown their rudimentary log analysis processes or traditional observability tools brought in by IT. As your data set…Learn More
Looking for an ELK Stack Alternative? Try Scalyr.
The ELK stack comprises Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana, three open-source projects for search and analytics, a data ingestion pipeline, and a visualization tool. Engineering teams like yours build ELK-based solutions for their observability use cases, especially when their software projects…Learn More
Centralized Log Management
Centralized log management is an approach for collecting, aggregating, and presenting computer-generated messages that record software and hardware activities. The log management process involves the collection, parsing, and presentation of logs to users for search, visualization, and alerting. Centralized log…Learn More
Monitoring in Production
As you shorten your software delivery schedule and push code more frequently, you and your team will find opportunities to improve all stages of your development lifecycle, including using automated tools, performing continuous testing, and removing bottlenecks to productivity. Even…Learn More
Logging in Software Development and Testing
Logging in software development and testing means both following a consistent logging framework during application or service development, and then using those logs during testing and QA to troubleshoot software issues before you deploy code into production. For companies like…Learn More
Application Performance Monitoring
Application performance monitoring focuses on measuring performance and availability of your applications, whether they’re monolithic, microservices, mobile, APIs, or a mixture. You may be using metrics-based tools, drilling down in a log management tool, looking more directly at code performance…Learn More
Container Monitoring and Logging Microservices
Microservices and containers have become critical architectural choices for delivering software. This is especially true when your application is customer facing and generates revenue. Your engineering team responsible for delivering that software is on the front line and must meet…Learn More
Application and Server Metrics
Metrics are a measure of efficiency, performance, progress, or quality. Some examples include the number of server requests, web server errors, or logged exceptions from your custom application within a second. Unlike logs, which are discrete, usually text-based records of…Learn More