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            Logs are software's lingua franca

            All modern software keeps a log of what’s going on: events, transactions, errors, usage statistics, performance metrics, network traffic, security issues, and much more.

            Every component of your application writes logs, enabling efficient troubleshooting and operational intelligence. By default, these logs sit in a file on a local hard drive.

            In today’s world of cloud computing and modularized, distributed systems, accessing log data is a challenge. And running tens or hundreds of machines with many different application components multiplies the risk that one of them will start malfunctioning.

            • Monolithic architecture

              One system, few
              components that log

            • Cloud-based architecture

              Distributed systems, SOA, many
              components that log

            A single source of truth

            Loggly enables you to collect and aggregate the logs from all your systems across your network(s) and store them in one central, accessible place.

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            The result...

            Effective Collaboration

            Loggly makes it easy for your teams to share intelligence, which is crucial for organizations that are implementing DevOps and continuous integration.

            Efficient Management

            Developers and ops team members can view and analyze all log data without accessing the systems themselves, increasing?security and simplifying credential management.

            Focus your resources on what you do best

            Running a successful software business is hard. Building and running your own log management system is equally hard, but it doesn’t make you any better at your core business.

            Loggly takes this painful chore and turns it into a reliable, scalable service. We save you money and keep your development team focused on the features that are important to your customers and unique to you.

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            The value of logging as a service

            • Lower operational costs
            • Faster troubleshooting with best-in-class log analysis
            • Elastic scale and greater reliability through cloud efficiencies
            • More development resources available for your product

            Related resources

            Loggly versus building your own

            • Loggly operational costs
            • Operational costs – build your own
            • Internal resources – Loggly
            • Internal resources – build your own
            • Ability to scale – Loggly
            • Ability to scale – build your own
            • Time to resolution – Loggly
            • Time to resolution – build your own
            • Frustration – Loggly
            • Frustration – build your own
            Why Loggly?

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            Find root causes and spot anomalies faster

            Stay on top of the health of your applications

            Gain valuable insights hidden in your data

            Your logs are waiting for you.

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