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Chris Tozzi

August 20, 2020

How to Evolve Your Existing Logging Strategy for Kubernetes

It's one thing to build a Kubernetes log management strategy that only needs to support Kubernetes. But most organizations don't have that luxury. They have...

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Laura Santamaria

June 30, 2020

Logging Best Practices Part 1 – Priority Number One

Isn’t all logging pretty much the same? Logs appear by default, like magic, without any further intervention by teams other than simply starting a system…...

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July Newsletter – Series C, New CEO, and Web Server Template

2020 has been a busy year, and with so much to share we felt that this was the perfect time to launch LogDNA’s first-ever newsletter....


Introducing LogDNA Web Server Template

With the ever-growing volume of application logs and analysis tools available, it can be time-consuming to set up your observability tools to keep up with...


LogDNA Agent Updates

Today, we are announcing a few changes around the LogDNA Agent happening today and in mid-October. Ending WinEvents Support Starting today, we begin officially recommending...


Logging Best Practices Part 3: Text-based logs and structured logs

Isn't all logging pretty much the same? Logs appear by default, like magic, without any further intervention by teams other than simply starting a system…...


Looking Forward with Legacy Application Logging

When developers think of log files and log analysis, their minds typically transports into the world of contributing factors and incident remediation. However, analyzing log...


Logging for DevSecOps

Logging is probably not the first item to come to mind when most of us think about DevSecOps, a term that refers to the integration...


Postmortem of Incident on 08 June 2020

We encountered four interwoven bugs that caused a degradation of service in one of our production instances. As the bugs have particularly interesting implications and...


Logging Best Practices Part 2: General Best Practices

Isn't all logging pretty much the same? Logs appear by default, like magic, without any further intervention by teams other than simply starting a system…...


A New Chapter

Today is an exciting day for LogDNA! I have two wonderful announcements to make. First, we’ve officially announced that LogDNA has closed a $25 million...


What the Cloud Native Revolution Means for Log Management

This was originally posted on The New Stack. Once upon a time, log management was relatively straightforward. The volume, types, and structures of logs were...


Logging Best Practices Part 1 – Priority Number One

Isn’t all logging pretty much the same? Logs appear by default, like magic, without any further intervention by teams other than simply starting a system…...


Serverless Logging Performance, Part 2

Also published on our Dev.to engineering blog When thinking about serverless applications, one thing that comes to mind immediately is efficiency. Running code that gets...


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