Cribl LogStream 3.0 Released
June 02, 2021
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Cribl unveiled Cribl LogStream 3.0, the latest version of the company's flagship solution for making multi-system observability a reality for any organization.

The company is also announcing the general availability of LogStream Cloud, the software-as-a-service consumption option first announced at the end of last year.

"LogStream 3.0 and Cloud are a watershed moment for the industry. Standing up an observability pipeline requires careful infrastructure planning. Observability data comes in thousands of shapes and sizes, and in today's world customers are left copy and pasting configuration snippets found in obscure repos to try to best shape, enrich, and reduce their data sets," said Clint Sharp, Co-Founder & CEO of Cribl. "With the launch of LogStream 3.0 and Cloud, customers can get value in minutes and then share all their hard-won knowledge easily with the broader Cribl community."

LogStream is a next generation log router that collects and optimizes data streams from existing installed and known agent(s), then shapes and routes data to analytics systems in real-time while maintaining high-fidelity data in low-cost storage. In this release, Cribl introduces LogStream Packs, a powerful framework for rapidly accelerating deployments, and formally releases LogStream Cloud, a SaaS-based deployment model for LogStream. LogStream Packs framework allows organizations and communities of data engineers to scale their expertise by building and sharing LogStream configuration models that can be rapidly deployed without the need to reconfigure common use cases.

Key customer benefits include:

- Built-in knowledge and shareable content reduces cost, complexity, and time to manage an Observability pipeline.

- No customization needed to collect and send data from hundreds of sources to endless destinations.

- More sources can be collected and routed to more destinations without taxing IT budgets. Maximizing data sources is critical to improving analytics tools and ML/AI models.

- Cloud deployment model allows organizations to get started for no cost and scale at their own pace.

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