LogSense Releases New Log Management Platform
February 28, 2019
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LogSense launched its new log management platform, which gives DevOps, IT, engineers, and developers the ability to correlate unstructured log data for actionable events.

Purpose-built for IOT, applications, and serverless environments, LogSense accelerates agile application development, reduces support burden, and identifies security events and performance indicators before they become an issue.

LogSense is designed to ingest radically unstructured and structured data from virtually any data source, offering instant feedback loops without application or integration requirements.

LogSense helps pinpoint application, network and security issues using patent-pending log parsing and machine learning technology.

In addition, it provides all the necessary context to determine root causes. LogSense offers a way to take a proactive stance to investigation and response – from monitoring and triage, to verifying and escalating, to responding to a breach, infection, application, or network performance nuance.

LogSense is run on a fully modern User Interface based on HTML5. The system operates in four steps:

- Collect - LogSense offers the unique ability to parse unstructured, raw data without requiring a manual decode. Users can monitor and analyze data from any source, across applications and cloud services including AWS/CloudWatch, fluentd, Docker, and more.

- Understand - Users can search, filter and analyze logs in seconds with LogSense. Based on machine learning technology, LogSense can discover patterns automatically, including log grouping and pattern creation, for rapid troubleshooting and response.

- Protect - LogSense can identify anomalies, creating awareness of problems before users experience them, including error messages, app requests, slow DB queries, config changes, application variants, and more.

- Correct - Users can interact with their data using pre-defined and custom dashboards (including graphs, histogram, tables, and more). Real-time, accurate alerts on logs, metrics, events and anomalies can be shared via Slack and other services using a variety of API connectors including webhooks to warn of potential issues even before they occur.

LogSense is available today.

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