Development, cloud deployment, config and change management, performance optimization, security, compliance, troubleshooting... it's all tracked in the logs. Consolidate the raw data into once place and enrich with other data sources to get the answers you need.
All those automation tools and compliance mandates can get in the way of knowing exactly what is going on in your production environment. With Graylog there are no silos—you have full details on everything that's happening without direct privileged access.
The faster the better when you need to figure out the root cause of outages, slow-downs, buggy behavior, or failed updates. Easy query building, lightning-fast results, and all your data in one place provide the speed you need.
Don't worry about what to log. Graylog can handle logging everything—up to petabytes of data—with no truncating, summarizing, or stripping of images. The last thing you want is an outage when you don't have the data you need to figure out what happened.
A centralized log management tool is only useful in DevOps if you have absolutely everything about your app's environment in one place—you never know ahead of time where the problem will be found. With Graylog, you can start any process and log and parse anything, even custom logs and data sources not traditionally thought of as "logs" using our collectors, your collectors, or someone else's.
Graylog makes it easy to visualize and explore your data, even when you don't know exactly what you're looking for. With extremely easy to construct search queries, you don't need to be a PhD data scientist to write them. Need to find a specific session, but don't know which virtual server processed it? No problem. In just a few seconds you can find the session, then quickly pivot to the supporting data to find out what happened right before and after.
Graylog gives you complete flexibility in ingesting and passing User ID, Session ID, IP, User Name, and all the other data you need. With Views, Dashboards, and Alerts, you can customize Graylog to keep tabs on your environment, let you know when there's something you need to look at, and quickly conduct repetitive analyses. You can even grab quick plugins created by our amazing community from the Graylog Marketplace or write your own adaptations.
Graylog is a self-serve tool for DevOps personnel—no need to rely on IT to install, configure, or maintain. Even better, by collecting all the logs into Graylog where you can sort, search, enrich, and analyze the data, you are making the Security and Compliance teams happy by staying out of the production environment.