Regular expressions offer something that automata do not: a declarative way to express the strings we want to accept. This is why we use it as the input language for our platform to process logs in many heterogeneous formats. When … Read More
Logging on Docker has steadily evolved with each Docker release and there are some exciting new updates that have come with Docker 1.7 – for example, Docker 1.7 now includes new driver support for for Journald along with the driver… Read More
Today we’re excited to announce our partnership with Google Cloud Platform, making Logentries the first provider of log analytics for Google Cloud customers.
Logentries’ Google Cloud integration enables Google customers to perform advanced analysis on their log data, beyond the… Read More
We are excited to announce that Logentries’ new SQL-like query language, LEQL, is now available for more advanced analytics and easy extraction of valuable insights from your log data.
A SQL-Like Query Language
If you’ve ever used SQL, LEQL should… Read More
Logentries offers a variety of ways to get logs out of your containerized environment, including our Linux Agent, application plugin libraries, and Syslog. In this post we’ll cover collecting and forwarding logs via our Docker Logentries Container, which requires Docker… Read More
Auto-scaling environments, micro-service architectures and globally-distributed teams are just three common examples of why organizations today need automation and interoperability more than ever. But is interoperability something we simply start doing, or does it require a reexamination of our processes?… Read More
It’s no secret that container-based architectures have become an extremely popular choice amongst organizations looking to simplify and automate their deployments. One of the leaders of this movement, along with Docker, is CoreOS providing teams with the ability to manage… Read More
Guest author Asami Novak is a content strategy and development manager at New Relic.
(This post is adapted from the original on the New Relic blog. For more tips and advice to help get your DevOps practice in gear, check… Read More
Bootstrap 3 is now established and stable after its release a year and a half ago, but there is still a sizeable number of websites and web applications that are still styled using Bootstrap 2.
If you’re starting to build… Read More