LogicMonitor

Santa Barbara, CA, USA
2007
Sep 23, 2021   |  By Anupam Dalmia
In this blog series, we are covering application instrumentation steps for distributed tracing with OpenTelemetry standards across multiple languages. Earlier, we covered Java Application Manual Instrumentation for Distributed Traces, Golang Application Instrumentation for Distributed Traces, and DotNet Application Instrumentation for Distributed Traces. Here we are going to cover the instrumentation for NodeJS.
Sep 16, 2021   |  By Ned Imming
A JSON web token (JWT) is a URL-safe method of transferring claims between two parties. The JWT encodes the claims in JavaScript object notation and optionally provides space for a signature or full encryption. The JWT proposed standard has started to see wider adoption with frameworks like OAuth 2.0 and standards like OpenID connect leveraging JWTs.
Sep 9, 2021   |  By Sherman Donegan
LogicMonitor continues to grow its visibility of critical business infrastructure and applications. We acquired Airbrake to help see more of what is happening in a customer’s environment at the code level. Simply integrating Airbrake’s dashboard metrics within LogicMonitor alongside your existing networks, services, and cloud infrastructure enables you to gain access to errors and the context you need to effectively troubleshoot issues impacting your systems and users.
Sep 9, 2021   |  By LogicMonitor
Sogeti, a Managed Service Provider (MSP) that provides tech and engineering resources worldwide, had a crucial IT challenge to solve. The MSP operates in more than 100 locations globally and was using six different monitoring tools to monitor its customers’ environments. It was a classic example of tool sprawl and needing to scale where multiple teams of engineers relied on too many disparate tools to manage their customers’ environments.
Sep 1, 2021   |  By Gaurang Patel
In this blog series, we are covering application instrumentation steps for distributed tracing with OpenTelemetry standards across multiple languages. Earlier, we covered Golang Application Instrumentation for Distributed Traces and DotNet Application Instrumentation for Distributed Traces. Here we are going to cover the instrumentation for Java.
Aug 26, 2021   |  By Bowen Cai
Historically, enterprise IT organizations have turned to application performance management (APM) systems to monitor and manage critical applications. However, throughout the world, enterprise organizations are suffering massive and systemic failures at an increasing rate. One of the main reasons these failures are increasing is that organizations aggressively seek to execute digital transformation initiatives.
Aug 19, 2021   |  By Aditya Bhairavkar
Use this guide to write a DotNet (.Net) application emitting traces using the OpenTelemetry Protocol (OTLP) Specification. All you need is.NET Framework 4.6.2+ or.NET Core 2.1+ and a basic understanding of developing applications on the.Net framework.
Aug 17, 2021   |  By LogicMonitor
The complexity of applications is continually increasing the need for good logs. This need is not just for debugging purposes but also for gathering insight about the performance and possible issues with an application. The Python standard library is an extensive range of facilities and modules that provide most of the basic logging features. Python programmers are given access to system functionalities they would not otherwise be able to employ.
Aug 12, 2021   |  By Lalit Shukla
Use this guide to write a golang application emitting traces using the OpenTelemetry Protocol (OTLP) Specification. All you need is a basic understanding of developing applications in golang.
Aug 6, 2021   |  By Adam Nash
The healthcare industry has been put under immense strain trying to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic. Not only has the whole industry had to adapt to remote working and remote medicine, but resources and capacity have also been maxed out while dealing with the burden of standard healthcare issues alongside the massive influx of patients. Human endeavor flourishes in the face of adversity, and the pandemic has driven exciting new developments in the way that vaccines are created and brought to market.
Sep 17, 2021   |  By LogicMonitor
A common way to discuss observability is to break it down into three types of telemetry: metrics, traces, and logs. These three data points are often referred to as the three pillars of observability. In this episode of The More You Monitor Product Manager, Chris Sternberg, breaks down the three pillars of observability and how they can help you gain better control and visibility of your infrastructure, applications, and networks. It’s important to remember that although these pillars are key to achieving observability, they are only the telemetry and not the end result.
Jul 1, 2021   |  By LogicMonitor
You might be wondering what impact AIOps will have on infrastructure and application monitoring in the future. More than just algorithms and machine learning, AIOps takes a holistic AI approach that will allow IT organizations to work more proactively, perform more efficiently, and fix problems faster.
Jun 7, 2021   |  By LogicMonitor
By now you most likely have a basic understanding of what AIOps is and how ITOps, DevOps and SRE teams can use AIOps to help reduce outages, slowdowns and overall MTTR, but do you know how AIOps can be used specifically for monitoring? In this episode of The More You Monitor Lead Sales Engineer, Dondy Aponte, lays out how AIOps for monitoring can help to process large volumes of data to keep you informed and ahead of any issues that may arise. With dynamic thresholds, root cause analysis, automated anomaly detection and predictive forecasting you'll be equipped with the tools to reduce manual efforts and keep your infrastructures and systems online and performing.
Apr 13, 2021   |  By LogicMonitor
You might know AIOps as just another buzzword that been getting thrown around almost as much as 'cloud' and 'digital transformation', but do you really know what AIOps is and how it uses AI and machine learning to unlock a whole new realm of possibilities and efficiencies? In this episode of The More You Monitor Lead Sales Engineer, Donde Aponte, walks you through what AIOps and Observability truly means and how this new approach to IT operations can save IT and DevOps teams tons of time and stress by dramatically shortening MTTR and reducing the number outages and slowdowns.
Mar 1, 2021   |  By LogicMonitor
In this episode of LogicTalks, Michael Tarbet, VP of Sales at LogicMonitor is joined by Scott Mayers, Sr. VP of Cloud and Managed Solutions at ATSG. The pair connect to discuss why LogicMonitor is invaluable to ATSG’s daily operations as a managed services provider. From keeping tabs on 10s of thousands of endpoints, consolidating a plethora of monitoring tools into one platform for greater visibility and ease of use, and leveraging AI powered alerting and forecasting, LogicMonitor provides ATSG with the enterprise grade SaaS monitoring solution to it needs to support its customers 24/7, worldwide.
Feb 22, 2021   |  By LogicMonitor
LogicMonitor’s agentless architecture is designed for organizations adopting hybrid and multi-cloud environments to scale with ease. With an end-to-end view across important GCP services, IT Operations teams are equipped with real-time visibility into the health and performance of their entire distributed environments, maximizing value for GCP investments whether fully deployed or just getting started with cloud migration.
Feb 3, 2021   |  By LogicMonitor
In this mash-up of previously recorded LogicTalks hear how LogicMonitor meets the moment and needs of our clients. Whether you're migrating to the cloud, looking to reduce the sprawl of monitoring tools, expedite onboarding of new endpoints, or wanting to leverage AIOps features like dynamic thresholds and predictive forecasting, learn how LogicMonitor looks to partner with our clients to drive digital transformation and give you visibility into every corner of your diverse infrastructure.
Jan 22, 2021   |  By LogicMonitor
Hear from LogicMonitor leadership on some of the biggest announcements and additions to the LM product suite in 2020. We release an array of features that allow IT and Dev Ops teams to have full visibility into every corner their infrastructure, and with the addition of LM Logs we're on a mission to provide an extensible, fully unified observability platform.
Nov 18, 2020   |  By LogicMonitor
In this quick demo, Sales Engineer, Patrick Carpenter, walks through how LM Logs can significantly help to resolve DFS replication issues quickly. Rather than sifting though endless logs manually, LM Logs surfaces log anomalies automatically saving time and resources.
Nov 18, 2020   |  By LogicMonitor
Most IT professionals aren’t using their log data efficiently. The overwhelming volume of log data is unmanageable, and the information is difficult to decipher. LogicMonitor sees logs differently. LM Logs analyzes logs to ensure IT Operations teams have the right logs at their fingertips and offers a unique and unified approach to log analysis centered on algorithmic root-cause analysis.
Oct 23, 2018   |  By LogicMonitor
The new book, “Preparing for Your Migration to the Cloud,” written by LogicMonitor founder, Steve Francis, and published by O’Reilly Media, is the first comprehensive guide for businesses preparing for migration to the cloud.
Oct 23, 2018   |  By LogicMonitor
Monitoring solutions need to do more than just provide visibility. They need to extract and deliver powerful business insight to drive results. The LogicMonitor solution does that. And it is fast, easy, SaaS-based and hybrid-capable!
Oct 1, 2018   |  By LogicMonitor
Until recently, Hadoop deployments existed on hardware owned and run by organizations. Now, of course, you can acquire the computing resources and network connectivity to run Hadoop clusters in the cloud. But there’s a lot more to deploying Hadoop to the public cloud than simply renting machines.
Oct 1, 2018   |  By LogicMonitor
Helping to protect the confidentiality of our customers' systems and data is of utmost importance to LogicMonitor, as is maintaining the trust and confidence of our customers.
Sep 1, 2018   |  By LogicMonitor
Worldwide, enterprises are racing to digitally reinvent themselves. In fact, 85 percent of enterprise decision makers believe they have a timeframe of two years to make significant inroads on their digital transformation before suffering financially and/or falling behind their competitors.
Sep 1, 2018   |  By LogicMonitor
CloudWatch gives some valuable visibility into your AWS account and the resources running there. In any system of reasonable size and complexity, however, the limitations of CloudWatch will quickly become apparent.
Aug 1, 2018   |  By LogicMonitor
The ease of use and scalability of AWS makes it incredibly easy to build out new infrastructure and experiment with new services, but also causes difficulties in managing spend. This white paper focuses on AWS cost optimization best practices essential for a successful cloud migration.
Jul 1, 2018   |  By LogicMonitor
This white paper will provide best practices for alert tuning to ensure the following outcomes: monitoring is in place to catch critical conditions, the right people are alerted, the amount of noise is reduced, and people are not needlessly woken up.
Jun 1, 2018   |  By LogicMonitor
This list explores how SaaS solutions leverage modern technology to keep up with and provide crucial visibility into today's dynamic infrastructures

LogicMonitor® is an automated, SaaS-based IT performance monitoring platform that provides the end-to-end visibility and actionable data needed to manage complex and agile IT environments. Our company is headquartered in Santa Barbara, California, with offices in Austin, Texas, London, China, and Singapore.

LogicMonitor provides hosted monitoring for the entire technology stack — storage, servers, networks, applications, virtualization, and cloud — in a single, unified solution. LogicMonitor includes built-in monitoring, alerting, and graphing for all devices found in the data center. LogicMonitor is changing the way IT infrastructure is monitored with its cloud-based, highly automated, and easy to deploy solution.

Automated hybrid infrastructure monitoring and analytics:

  • Deploy Faster: SaaS architecture, no hardware & automated device discovery
  • Monitor More: Pre-configured for on-premise, cloud, and hybrid IT infrastructure
  • Empower Ops: Consolidate tools; IT teams access same data and troubleshoot faster

One platform. Endless possibilities.