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Sep 11, 2019 | By Chris Nguyen
Earlier today, LogDNA was named a Rising Star in connection with the Forbes 2019 Cloud 100 list. The list, which is published annually by Forbes in partnership with Bessemer Venture Partners and Salesforce Ventures, is their assessment of the top 100 private cloud companies in the world. Wow. It’s incredible to write that.
Aug 29, 2019 | By Carlos Feliciano
Kubernetes has fundamentally changed the way we manage our production environments. The ability to quickly bring up infrastructure on demand is a beautiful thing, but along with it brings some complexity, especially when it comes to logging. Logging is always an important part of maintaining a solid running infrastructure, but even more so with Kubernetes. Because Kubernetes clusters are constantly being spun up, spun down, always in flux, making sure logging functions correctly is critical.
Aug 20, 2019 | By Bachir Boumhaout
As a student, developing your software engineering skills is about continuous learning and practice. When building software in the real-world, developers are expected to be proficient with a variety of tools and stacks. Internships, class and personal projects provide great opportunities for students to gain the experience needed to become more effective.
Jul 25, 2019 | By Thu Nguyen
Single sign-on (SSO) is an authentication model designed to let users access different applications, services, and resources using a single set of credentials. Instead of having multiple user accounts for different applications, users are assigned a single centralized account that is used to authenticate with each application. This makes it more convenient for users to authenticate, while also making it easier for IT administrators to manage multiple accounts.
Jul 23, 2019 | By Thu Nguyen
Logspout is an open source log router designed specifically for Docker container logs. If you’ve ever looked into log management for Docker, chances are you’ve heard of it. Logspout is a container that collects logs from all other containers running on the same host, then forwards them to a destination of your choice. This lets you send logs to an HTTP/S server, syslog server, or other endpoint without having to monitor files or modify your host systems.
Dec 19, 2018 | By LogDNA
A growing number of log management solutions available on the market today are offered as cloud-only services. Although cloud logging has its benefits, many organizations have requirements that can only be fulfilled with self-hosted/on-premises log management systems.
Dec 19, 2018 | By LogDNA
Here’s a complete guide covering all core components to help you choose the best log management system for your organization. From scalability, deployment, compliance, and cost, to on-prem or cloud logging, we identify the key questions to ask as you evaluate log management and analysis providers.
Nov 1, 2018 | By LogDNA
Despite having an extensive feature set and being open source, organizations are beginning to realize that a free ELK license is not free after all. Rather, it comes with many hidden costs due to hardware requirements and time constraints that easily add to the total cost of ownership (TCO). Here, we uncover the true cost of running the Elastic Stack on your own vs using a hosted log management service.
Jan 31, 2019 | By LogDNA
In this live webinar, our Product Manager, Nagi Eroglu covers LogDNA's most functional, useful features from start to finish. From onboarding, sending logs, and searching log lines, to creating views, graphs, and visuals, we'll kick start you into a LogDNA power user in no-time.