Topic: logs

Three pillars of observability

Cindy Sridharan’s popular “Distributed Systems Observability” book published by O’Reilly claims that logs, metrics, and traces are the three pillars of observability.  According to Sridharan, an event log is a record of events that contains both a timestamp and payload of content. Event logs come in three forms: Plaintext: A log record stored in plaintext … continue reading

GitHub Enterprise hits 2.6

GitHub is making enterprise source control easier to manage with the release of GitHub Enterprise 2.6 earlier this week. The new version includes improvements designed to make it easier for managers to handle pull requests and workflows. GitHub 2.6 brings new pull request features. Now, the platform has pre-receive hooks that allow the enforcement of … continue reading

Sumo Logic’s new platform powered by machine learning technology

While there are several architectural and modern application life-cycle changes, one thing that is growing exponentially is machine data. With the right visibility, machine data could help digital businesses keep up with their modern applications by giving them access to metrics data in real-time continuous intelligence. To help companies learn from machine data, Sumo Logic, … continue reading

Five reasons you need to be thinking about logs

Logs were previously the last-resort debugging tool that a developer or Ops pro turned to when a serious issue arose. They were seen as complex data streams that only the most sophisticated and knowledgeable of engineers could understand. However, today, thanks to log-management innovations like real-time analysis, parsing and event visualizations, logs are now used … continue reading

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