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The Power of IOT with a Query Language

Using Logentries Query Language (LEQL) to analyze Sensor Data
This is one of a series of IoT blogs that show how easy it can be to integrate a range of real sensor devices with Logentries. The focus of this blog… Read More

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IOT made real – Using TI SensorTag data with Logentries and NodeRed

Learn how to send IoT Data from the TI CC 2650 SensorTag to Logentries (using Node-Red).
This is the first of a series of IoT blogs that show you how easy it can be to integrate a range of real… Read More

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Do you need an Architect in a Software Company?

This may be a dangerous question to ask for someone whose role is that of an Architect, but I think it is a valid question for an Architect to ask. This is particularly true in the software industry where the… Read More

Posted in Customers, Tips & Tricks

End-to-End IoT Monitoring with Log Data

A recent blog explored the importance of logging in general in terms of IoT devices. It also cited predictions that a huge number (50 billion) of IoT devices are expected to exist by 2020. While Machine to Machine(M2M) communication is… Read More

Posted in Cloud, IoT, Log Management, Monitoring

In the Log Management World: Are you a Fox or Hedgehog?

Log management world are you a fox or hedgehog featured

I’ve recently been reading Nate Silver’s book, “The Signal and the Noise.” In the book, Silver looks at a number of areas where predictions have been made and considers how successful they have been, as well as the reasons why… Read More

Posted in Log Analysis, Log Management

The ABC’s of REST

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In spite of its title, this blog is not about how to enter a relaxed or restful state, but instead, presents some of the concepts behind REST (REpresentational State Transfer) and links to more information. It will show that simply… Read More

Posted in Log Management, Logentries

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