LogDNA Launches Log Streaming for Observability Data

Log management observability platform provider, LogDNA, has launched LogDNA Streaming. The solution would help transmit data to any application or analytic tool automatically, while keeping storage costs and compliance controls under strict control.

Photo Tucker Callaway, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at LogDN
“We’ve now made it possible to route that vital data for a wide range of use cases, from application development and troubleshooting to cybersecurity and compliance,” said Tucker Callaway, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at LogDNA

The Data Ingestion Pipeline from LogDNA can ingest, analyze, and normalize vast volumes of structured and unstructured log data in real time. LogDNA Streaming now automatically sends that data to any application or analysis tool, all while keeping storage costs and compliance restrictions in check.

“With the rise of cloud-native infrastructure and soaring data volumes, enterprises continue to make difficult sacrifices around how to use all of their machine data while controlling costs,” said Tucker Callaway, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at LogDNA. “Building upon LogDNA’s ability to ingest and normalize massive volumes of log data, we’ve now made it possible to route that vital data for a wide range of use cases, from application development and troubleshooting to cybersecurity and compliance.”

LogDNA Use Cases

LogDNA became IBM Cloud’s exclusive logging supplier in 2018 and now provides two SaaS products for logging and monitoring on the platform. The company has been recognized as one of Forbes’ Cloud 100 Rising Stars, Gartner’s Top 25 Enterprise Software Startups to Watch, and Fortune’s Best Small and Medium Workplaces, while it received the IBM Cloud Embed Excellence Award.

Some of LogDNA’s clients are already leveraging data from LogDNA in new machine data pipeline use cases thanks to the platform’s capabilities. For example:

  • LogDNA was deployed by a major American airline to provide developers and SREs from 27 distinct agile product teams access to their log data. With LogDNA, these teams stream data from a variety of microservice and monolithic apps across different clouds and on-premise settings to other observability solutions for a variety of use cases.
  • LogDNA is the integrated logging and monitoring solution for a large cloud provider. LogDNA’s SaaS and private cloud solutions are available in 11 data centers across the world, allowing both internal teams and businesses employing cloud services to fully understand their application and system performance. Now, logs from LogDNA are being sent to their SIEM from 100 accounts on their cloud platform.
  • LogDNA is used by one of the world’s top e-commerce firms to collect IoT data from their warehouse robots. They may solve difficulties with their robots in the field by consolidating their logs into a single platform. This company’s robotics section has 75% of its employees accessing their logs, which is made feasible by having a solution that is designed for a DevOps culture.

Early Access

LogDNA is offering a limited number of users early access to LogDNA Streaming while the company prepares it for public release. Users may help determine the future of the solution as a design partner.

Users interested in joining the early-access program may sign up here.

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