Logz.io Releases the Industry’s Largest and Most Versatile Community Plan, Helping Small Businesses Maximize Power of Log Analytics


BOSTON and TEL AVIV – January 29, 2017 – Logz.io, the leading provider of AI-powered log analysis, today announced the release of the most powerful community edition in the log analysis industry. This package  provides up to 3G of daily volume of its Log Analysis platform with ELK compatibility along with Live Tail, alerts, and more advanced capabilities designed for IT operations. The combination of their storage capabilities as well as the company’s feature-rich product offering, makes this the most robust and versatile community plan in the log analytics industry to date.

Logz.io offers an intelligent log analytics platform that combines advanced machine learning with the powerful open-source ELK (Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana) stack. Their scalable platform synthesizes machine data, user behavior, and community knowledge into actionable insights that help organizations take their operations to the next level.

Logz.io is proud to empower the small business community by providing a Log Analysis as a cloud service offering maintenance, parsing, Live Tail, and alerts on top of the standard ELK offering. Continuing in the path of community contributions, Logz.io plans on open sourcing a number of products and features of their own over the next couple months.

“Having built our business from a small startup ourselves, we understand the needs of growing organizations. Price is always a concern, yet you also require the ability to build a quality product that runs smoothly, doesn’t crash on users, and is fully secure” says Logz.io VP of Product, Asaf Yigal, “We are proud to give back to this community by providing a top-notch, feature-rich log analytics platform which empowers businesses to create usable, valuable, and secure products, without straining their resources”.

Currently, Logz.io has over 4000 community accounts across the world–making log analytics accessible and easy to use for all organizations. The company also plans on launching more open source tools of their own in 2018 in order to continue to give back to the startup community.