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Loggly is a cloud-based log management service provider. It does not require the use of proprietary software agents to collect log data. The service uses open source technologies, including ElasticSearch, Apache Lucene 4 and Apache Kafka.https://dudodiprj2sv7.cloudfront.net/product-logos/TX/7a/XBEALBH1GP69.pngA solid solution to log overloadOur organization uses Loggly both for our own internal systems as well as for the websites and services that we provide our clients. We funnel all log-type output from every conceivable place into Loggly, and it allows us to search, filter, correlate events, and receive alerts when bad things start to happen. It's become one of our most valuable troubleshooting tools, as well as an increasingly-preventative measure before or as problems arise.,Collects logs from pretty much any place you can imagine. Many applications have Loggly integration, many programming languages have Loggly libraries, and pushing other logs into Loggly is easily scriptable and automatable. Searching and filtering is incredibly deep, and often very intuitive. You can drill down through any data set, filtering or searching on any value within that data set. Saved graphs and dashboards are a great way to visualize what's happening without having to read through each log entry.,Loggly has a significant learning curve to figure out how to use it. At first, it can be daunting staring at a collection of thousands and thousands of logs wondering how you're supposed to make sense of any of it. The initial onboarding and training experience could be better in my opinion. Loggly's user interface is adequate but does have some room for improvement in my opinion. It is a collection of tools which work well on their own, and which do tie into each other in many ways, but it doesn't feel like there is a good, cohesive, overall workflow to the application. This is a bit vague, but I feel like it needs more of a concept of a "user dashboard" when you log in providing an overview of things like important/flagged recent log entries, detected anomalies, recently tripped alerts, perhaps links to your favorite or most common/recent graph dashboards. There is always room for more integrations and more ways to pull/collect logs. I would love to see Loggly offer a service which periodically pulls updated logs via SFTP, without the need for me to set up an intermediate shell script on a timer.,10,Loggly has allowed us to solve some very complex and non-obvious problems through its correlations and filtering/searching ability across all of our log sources. Saving time diagnosing issues has provided a positive ROI on our Loggly costs. Loggly has allowed us to proactively discover issues before our clients do. Every time that happens, it's helping our reputation and in turn ensuring our customers continue to look to us when they have a need and recommend us to their associates. Loggly has allowed team members to always know where to go when we need to find logs, which is a huge time saver. Additionally, it allows other team members to help troubleshoot issues who might not have access to the individual systems that the logs reside on, freeing up system admins for other tasks.,PaperTrail, Logentries, Logstash, Graylog and Splunk Cloud,MindMeister, draw.io, GitHub, Trello, Atlassian ConfluenceLoggly made my logging simple & fastLoggly is being used by our technical team to manage the tracks of our cloud infrastructure. It provides real-time monitoring of all our systems and helps us to figure out errors and bugs.,Free Plan suitable for majority of Startups Easy to integrate Majority of Platforms and services are supported Live debugging mode Easy dashboard and search,Haven't found much yet!,9,Saved our 50-80% of the time to find out the errors in our application No need to manage file permissions for logging Free Plan helped us to get started and try out things Our all server logs are saved in one place, no need to worry about taking log backups and all. Available for all the Platforms such as different types of OS, Front-end & Back-end frameworks,New Relic Insights,New Relic InsightsBest cloud service logger[It's used as a] cloud logger for cloud service, so we can have one platform to check all logs from different servers. Loggly also provides an alert service, so you can define when you can get alerts based on your customized log query.,easy to integrate into your code easy to query log can customize log query as alert,10,easy to search log maybe keep data for longer time,,MailgunLoggly. A great solution.We use Loggly to aggregate all of our log files from all of our different servers, allowing us to have one location where we can go to see everything that is happening. It is being used primarily by the operations department. It allows us to have a centralized place that we don't have to manage that stores and files away all of our logs.,Centralized location of logs Great graphs Detailed information,Steeper learning curve Many other competitors,5,Quick response to issues Great, customizable dashboard Not having to manage extra servers,Sumo Logic,Sumo Logic, AlertBot Website Monitoring, Pingdom, Amazon Aurora, Amazon CloudWatch, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Amazon Glacier, Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service), Amazon Redshift, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Relational Database Service
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January 11, 2019

Loggly Review: "A solid solution to log overload"

Score 10 out of 10
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Our organization uses Loggly both for our own internal systems as well as for the websites and services that we provide our clients. We funnel all log-type output from every conceivable place into Loggly, and it allows us to search, filter, correlate events, and receive alerts when bad things start to happen. It's become one of our most valuable troubleshooting tools, as well as an increasingly-preventative measure before or as problems arise.
  • Collects logs from pretty much any place you can imagine. Many applications have Loggly integration, many programming languages have Loggly libraries, and pushing other logs into Loggly is easily scriptable and automatable.
  • Searching and filtering is incredibly deep, and often very intuitive. You can drill down through any data set, filtering or searching on any value within that data set.
  • Saved graphs and dashboards are a great way to visualize what's happening without having to read through each log entry.
  • Loggly has a significant learning curve to figure out how to use it. At first, it can be daunting staring at a collection of thousands and thousands of logs wondering how you're supposed to make sense of any of it. The initial onboarding and training experience could be better in my opinion.
  • Loggly's user interface is adequate but does have some room for improvement in my opinion. It is a collection of tools which work well on their own, and which do tie into each other in many ways, but it doesn't feel like there is a good, cohesive, overall workflow to the application. This is a bit vague, but I feel like it needs more of a concept of a "user dashboard" when you log in providing an overview of things like important/flagged recent log entries, detected anomalies, recently tripped alerts, perhaps links to your favorite or most common/recent graph dashboards.
  • There is always room for more integrations and more ways to pull/collect logs. I would love to see Loggly offer a service which periodically pulls updated logs via SFTP, without the need for me to set up an intermediate shell script on a timer.
If you manage a lot of different systems or frequently find you're jumping between different log files or different platforms when troubleshooting an issue or analyzing activity, then Loggly just might be a perfect fit for your needs. If you host one website or service and simply need to keep tabs on the logs for that one site, then Loggly might be overkill. But beyond that, Loggly can certainly save time and headaches.
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July 06, 2018

User Review: "Loggly made my logging simple & fast"

Score 9 out of 10
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Loggly is being used by our technical team to manage the tracks of our cloud infrastructure. It provides real-time monitoring of all our systems and helps us to figure out errors and bugs.
  • Free Plan suitable for majority of Startups
  • Easy to integrate
  • Majority of Platforms and services are supported
  • Live debugging mode
  • Easy dashboard and search
  • Haven't found much yet!
Loggly is must used logging service for all your infrastructure. It is really helpful when you are managing multiple servers. It keeps track of everything starting from system logging to your application logging. You don't have to worry about rotating daily logs and all, just install an extension/package and you're ready to go. If you're building small-scale application then I won't recommend it.
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April 20, 2017

Loggly Review: "Best cloud service logger"

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[It's used as a] cloud logger for cloud service, so we can have one platform to check all logs from different servers. Loggly also provides an alert service, so you can define when you can get alerts based on your customized log query.
  • easy to integrate into your code
  • easy to query log
  • can customize log query as alert
[IIt's a] cloud log for cloud service.
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September 06, 2016

User Review: "Loggly. A great solution."

Score 5 out of 10
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We use Loggly to aggregate all of our log files from all of our different servers, allowing us to have one location where we can go to see everything that is happening. It is being used primarily by the operations department. It allows us to have a centralized place that we don't have to manage that stores and files away all of our logs.
  • Centralized location of logs
  • Great graphs
  • Detailed information
  • Steeper learning curve
  • Many other competitors
Having a centralized location for all log files makes it insanely easy to see long-term trends as well as a great place to go when an incident occurs and you can quickly search through your logs to find the files. Many times when a webserver has an issue, Loggly is the first place I check.
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About Loggly

Loggly is a cloud-based log management service provider. It does not require the use of proprietary software agents to collect log data. The service uses open source technologies, including ElasticSearch, Apache Lucene 4 and Apache Kafka.

Loggly Features

Has featureLog Management
Has featureAutomated Event Parsing
Has featureMonitor Site Performance
Has featureScan Log Activity
Has featureFind and Report Website Errors

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Loggly Integrations

New Relic, Docker, Amazon S3

Loggly Competitors

Pricing

Has featureFree Trial Available?Yes
Has featureFree or Freemium Version Available?Yes
Has featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?Yes
Entry-level set up fee?No
EditionPricing DetailsTerms
Standard$49Per Month [Unlimited Users]
Pro$109Per Month [Unlimited Users]
Enterprise$499Per Month [Unlimited Users]

Free trial on all plans for 30 days with all features.

Loggly Customer Size Distribution

Consumers
0%
Small Businesses (1-50 employees)
25%
Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)
50%
Enterprises (> 500 employees)
25%

Loggly Support Options

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Loggly Technical Details

Deployment Types:SaaS
Operating Systems: Unspecified
Mobile Application:No
Supported Countries:All
Supported Languages: English, Spanish