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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

Posted in Data visualization, Feature, Logentries, Search

Java 8 – Lazy argument evaluation

Overview
“I will always choose a lazy person to do a difficult job. Because he will find an easy way to do it” – Bill Gates
Lazy evaluation is an evaluation strategy which delays the evaluation of an expression until… Read More

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Posted in Application Performance Monitoring, Development, Java, Tips & Tricks

Top 5 Questions from the October Walkthrough Webinar

The October Walkthrough Webinar was broadcasted & recorded on October 27th 2016. This broadcast included a Logentries demonstration and live Q&A.
Below is a sample of some of the questions asked by the audience following the demonstration. To try out… Read More

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Posted in API, Log Management, Logentries, Webinar

Empowering Leexportpy with new services

In previous posts of this series, we have gone through how leexportpy works, how it is configured and currently supported services for transforming and pushing Logentries Query API data to other systems. When it comes to creating a new service… Read More

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Posted in API, Application Performance Monitoring, Data visualization, Development, How To, LEQL, Log dashboards, Log Management, Logentries, Scripts

Overview of ‘online’ algorithm using Standard Deviation example

Here at Logentries we are constantly adding to the options for analysing log generated data. The query language ‘LEQL’ has a number of statistical functions and a recent addition has been the new Standard Deviation calculation.
LEQL query example
where(image=debian)… Read More

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Posted in Data visualization, LEQL, Log Analysis

Logging OwnTracks to Logentries

A previous blog showed how MQTT logs can be sent to Logentries for storage, analysis and how those logs can be to alert on potential MQTT security threats, as well as to store and visualize sensor data. This blog follows… Read More

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Posted in Data visualization, How To, IoT, JSON, LEQL, Log Analysis, Logentries, Mobile Apps, Monitoring

Logging Mosquitto Server logs (from Raspberry Pi) to Logentries

The Internet is evolving and part of this is the emerging Internet of Things (IoT). IoT allows us to use the Internet to seamlessly connect the cyberspace and real world using physical sensors at huge scale, allowing us to gather… Read More

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Posted in How To, IoT, Log Analysis, Log dashboards, Log Management, Logentries, Monitoring, Server monitoring

Moving away from MVC

In of all my years as a software engineer, trying new libraries, frameworks and paradigms has been such a pleasure especially in web development. Even before the well known javascript libraries, web development was based on backend apps which render… Read More

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Posted in .Net, Application Performance Monitoring, Development, JavaScript

Designing Data Access Object (DAO) Layer

Overview / Motivation
A key part in moving the creation of a product from custom craftsmanship to a repeatable engineering process is the construction of a modular system with decoupling of its components, as well as these components being easily… Read More

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Get your work done even faster with the Logentries REST API

Now you can get your work done even faster by automating tasks with the Logentries REST API. With the ability to programmatically query data, manage users, create alerts and integrate third party tools, it’s now easier to finish the job… Read More

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Posted in API, How To, Log Management, Logentries, Python

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