Logz.io Releases Infrastructure Monitoring
April 14, 2020
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Logz.io announced the general availability of the company’s Infrastructure Monitoring product, a Grafana-based metrics monitoring solution.

With this release, Logz.io offers an open source observability service combining open source software to analyze logs and metrics in a unified and cost effective SaaS solution.

Logz.io Infrastructure Monitoring provides DevOps engineers with a scalable and flexible solution powered by their preferred open source tools, in a single, easy to use, and powerful platform. Logz.io Infrastructure Monitoring offers cost-effective pricing for both infrastructure and custom metrics, enabling teams to more easily manage the costs of their data during spikes in usage and traffic.

Following three months of intensive beta with the participation of over 800 companies, Logz.io offers this general availability solution with the following unique features:

- The ability to take advantage of Grafana, the best open source metrics visualization tool, as a fully managed service, so customers can identify trends and issues in production

- Pre-made dashboards for common infrastructure services like Azure, AWS and GCP, Docker and Kubernetes

- 18 months metric retention at an affordable cost with a unified pricing for both infrastructure monitoring and custom metrics

- Correlated alerts between logs, metrics and traces to enable users to seamlessly switch between best of breed open source tools Kibana and Grafana

The result is an intuitive, unified monitoring and troubleshooting experience based on the best open source tools for log management and metrics monitoring.

“Our customers are the inspiration for the development of Infrastructure Monitoring,” says Roy Nuriel, Product Manager of Infrastructure Monitoring at Logz.io, “We built this platform to solve real problems that our users are increasingly experiencing every day such as the need to monitor complex cloud applications and streamline troubleshooting while continuing to use the open tools they love without the high cost of operating them.”

Infrastructure Monitoring is one of the three components of Logz.io’s Cloud Observability Platform which also includes a powerful log management and a Cloud SIEM solution based on Kibana. In the coming months, Logz.io will add Distributed Tracing based on Jaeger, bringing all of the open source observability tools together in one unified, scalable, and cost-efficient platform.

Logz.io continues to expand on this market leading pedigree by extending their Cloud Observability Platform--Log Management, Cloud SIEM and Infrastructure Monitoring--to provide DevOps engineers with a single pane of glass to easily and dynamically monitor, secure and troubleshoot performance issues.

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