Logentries Launches Real-Time Visualizations for Log Management and Analytics
April 28, 2014
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Logentries introduced real-time visualizations of log data to provide instant visibility into application issues, performance and usage trends.

The new dashboards give developers, IT operations and support teams up-to-the-second, visibility across their entire software stack, and allows for quick identification of critical errors or important trending events. When users want to go further, they can easily drill down to the log event detail to validate and analyze the higher-level dashboard view.

IT teams have traditionally relied on log data to investigate basic event issues or security concerns, but today’s complex, cloud-based environments are using logs to get deep, granular insights into application usage, real user monitoring, business trends and analytics.

Logentries’ unique pre-processing layer analyzes log data in real-time, eliminating the requirement for complex queries and tedious searches.

The new Logentries dashboards are available out-of-the-box and are built on top of the real-time log tagging and filtering technology, making log insights easy-to-access and share across the business.

“As applications and networks move to the cloud, and systems become even more distributed, our customers are using Logentries to aggregate and analyze billions of log events every day,” said Andrew Burton, CEO and President, Logentries. “With the new real-time dashboards, they can get an immediate snapshot of application performance and usage, and identify problems in just a few clicks.”

The free Logentries service includes:

· Real-time alerting

· Custom event tagging

· LiveTail

· Unlimited Users

· And, up to 5GB free with the new referral program

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