Introducing Visual Search In our never-ending effort to help you wrangle your infrastructure, we are constantly improving and adding new functionality to Logentries. In that spirit, today we are happy to announce Visual Search. Visual Search is truly a one… Read More
I would like to clarify something immediately with this post. Its title does not contain the number 7, nor does it talk about effectiveness. That was intentional. I have no interest in trying to piggy-back on Stephen Covey’s book title… Read More
Have you found that your organization is developing new applications that are cloud-based, but unable to move away from some established legacy systems? You aren’t alone. This legacy/cloud hybrid environment is far more common than you would expect. And when… Read More
Sooner or later, your organization will likely be the subject of an IT audit. But as ominous as that sounds, it doesn’t have to be something to dread. If you’re a network administrator, you’ll have a specific role in an… Read More
Systems of all kinds create log data constantly and voluminously. In searching out the most compelling reasons to dig into and analyze such data, we compiled a list of seven reasons that usually drive such activity. In this blog post… Read More
I work as a consultant in the software industry. This work affords me the opportunity to see and interact with many different teams and thus to observe prevailing trends. Among these teams, the attitude toward logging tends to be one… Read More
Telephone systems were the Internet before there was an Internet.
Think about it.
By 1920 millions of people were exchanging data on a worldwide network using a device that connected on demand. Sounds like the Internet to me.
But unlike… Read More
Introducing Visual Search
In our never-ending effort to help you wrangle your infrastructure, we are constantly improving and adding new functionality to Logentries. In that spirit, today we are happy to announce Visual Search. Visual Search is truly a one… Read More
I like Pair Programming. I’ve been doing it episodically for about 10 years. Whenever I’ve pair programmed, at the end of a session, I’ve always walked away a better developer than when I started.
However, the practice can be expensive… Read More
Probably the biggest change that has happened in my lifetime of programming is the transformation from creating code that is meant to run on known, tangible hardware to making code that runs on the Cloud. We’ve gone from server based… Read More