One of the key capabilities of an AIOps platform is to ingest as much data as possible to be able to make better business-critical decisions when IT related incidents strike. With our new Logz.io integration, StackState is now also able to consolidate log files into its platform and provide direct insight into application logs right on the components in the topology view.
What is Logz.io?
In short, Logz.io provides a cloud-based log analysis service which is based on the open source log analysis platform - the ELK Stack. The platform uses machine learning algorithms to identify and reveal critical errors hidden within the log data.
Find and fix any problem within seconds with StackState and Logz.io
No matter the tool, cloud, infrastructure or application, StackState creates a real-time map of your dynamic environment and monitors its health, helping you find and fix any problem within seconds.
With the new Logz.io integration, StackState is able to show the right log files in real-time. No need to read through possibly multiple log files or an entire file to see what application was doing before the problem happened. StackState provides direct access to the right application logs. With StackState and Logz.io, you can also:
- enrich your log files with contextual topology- and telemetry information coming from other tools and technologies in use like Zabbix, Kubernetes, Docker, AWS and many more.
- alert on information found in your log files
- detect anomalies in log data
StackState is able to show the right log files in real-time. No need to read through possibly multiple log files or an entire file to see what application was doing before the problem happened.
Direct access to the right log files
Tracking your application’s errors per minute or hour is a very accurate measure of its health. Even before your latency or error count go through the roof, your application itself may already indicate that something is wrong. Use StackState’s logz.io integration to find out before your customers do!
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