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The latest News and Information on Log Management, Log Analytics and related technologies.

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ObservabilityCON Day 3 recap: What's new in Loki 2.0, tracing made easy with Tempo, observability at the Financial Times, and a Minecraft NOC

Today is the last day of ObservabilityCON 2020! We hope you’ve had the chance to catch the talks so far, and will tune in live for today’s sessions. View the full schedule on the event page, and for additional information on viewing, participate in Q&As, and more, check out our quick guide to getting the most out of ObservabilityCON. If you aren’t up-to-date on the presentations so far, here’s a recap of day three of the conference.

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The Top Paid, Free & Open Source Business intelligence (BI) Tools For 2021

Business Intelligence (BI) tools allow businesses to gather, process and analyse large amounts of data so that they are able to make decisions and see opportunities as well as visualise and report on key metrics for Stakeholders. The range of Business Intelligence tools available to use is an ever-expanding list with newcomers to the market appearing every year.

Best Practices and Pitfalls for Monitoring Azure Environments with Open Source Tools

Cloud Solution Architect Idan Shahar and Open Source Lead Adir Ron, from Microsoft, join Logz.io product evangelist Dotan Horovits to share how access to the most popular open source tools in a single platform maximizes your DevOps team productivity when they’re monitoring Microsoft Azure environment for production issues.
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How to Analyze Logs Using Artificial Intelligence

As your tech stack increases, every new device (network devices, servers, applications) creates a large amount of distributed log data. This forms part of what is called “machine data”, which is growing 50x faster than traditional business data. In fact, everything in your stack is continuously writing new events to your log files, including error logs that contain a record of critical errors encountered by a running application, operating system, or server.

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DEJ names Humio a leader in 8 key areas shaping IT performance

As IT environments grow increasingly dynamic and complex, managing IT performance grows increasingly difficult. Traditional tools simply can’t keep up with these ephemeral environments and their exploding log volumes. That’s exactly what Humio was built to do, and it's evident in the latest report by DEJ, which names Humio a leader in 8 key areas shaping IT performance.

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How to Debug a Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile App From Scratch

Kotlin Multiplatform apps are a great option for big projects. They allow us to unify the business logic under a Kotlin module while using the latest perks of each platform’s individual UI, significantly reducing development costs. Debugging in Kotlin Multiplatform is easy, as you can use typical tools like adding breakpoints and printing logs in the console – and in Bugfender. Continue reading for a full tutorial. KMM stands for Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile.

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How to Monitor MongoDB Logs

MongoDB is a leading NoSQL database that has proven itself through time as a stable and easy-to-use system of great flexibility. There are numerous tutorials and real-world success stories that show how MongoDB has helped with supporting the database needs of certain organizations and projects. It’s fair to say that using MongoDB proves to be a solid choice for integrating with web-based applications and microservices serving as a database system or even as a monitoring aggregator itself.

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Announcing the LogDNA Terraform Provider Beta

We’re excited to announce the public beta of the LogDNA Terraform Provider, allowing organizations to manage Views and Alerts programmatically via Terraform. Today, more teams than ever are adopting Infrastructure as Code (IaC) to reduce human error and create efficiently scaled workflows for their infrastructure. Additionally, teams are looking to bring the same benefits of scalability and predictability into their SaaS-based observability stack.