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About Samuel Scott

Samuel Scott is Director of Marketing & Communications for Logz.io. He's a keynote marketing speaker who has presented at conferences including MozCon, SMX West in Silicon Valley, BrightonSEO in England and has been quoted or cited by CIO, Search Engine Land, AdWeek, MediaPost, and Adobe's CMO.com. He also contributes to TechCrunch and The Next Web.

December 2016

The Complete List of 280+ Tech, IT, and DevOps Conferences in 2017

By | December 14th, 2016|Blog, Community|

The second edition of the Logz.io annual list of all tech, IT, and DevOps conferences and events throughout the world in 2017.

Server Log Analysis: It’s More Important Than Google Analytics

By | December 6th, 2016|Blog, Log Management|

Why do you need server log analysis? More than 70 million people use browser add-ons that block Google Analytics and similar trackers.

July 2016

Announcing The DevOps Pulse 2016: What the Industry Needs to Know

By | July 26th, 2016|Blog, DevOps|

Logz.io announces the first annual DevOps Pulse study on DevOps salaries and more to help the community to understand the state of the industry.

June 2016

Where Logz.io is Heading This Year

By | June 13th, 2016|Blog, Community|

The Logz.io team will be sponsoring and presenting throughout the world in 2016. Click to see where we're going and meet us there!

May 2016

Help Us Build the Largest Library of ELK Applications

By | May 18th, 2016|Blog, ELK Stack|

ELK Apps is our free online library of pre-made Kibana searches, visualizations, alerts, and dashboards for use by the community of ELK users.

March 2016

Introducing The Guide to Docker Monitoring with the ELK Stack

By | March 23rd, 2016|Blog, ELK Stack|

Want to take a deep dive into the open-source ELK Stack? We have compiled and published the best of our Elasticsearch,
Logstash, and Kibana blog posts into a single, authoritative e-book.

February 2016

These 15 Tech Companies Chose the ELK Stack Over Proprietary Logging Software

By | February 17th, 2016|Blog, ELK Stack|

As part of the widespread movement towards open source software, the ELK Stack has become the most common log management platform in the world.

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