Onboarding Logz.io unifies, enriches, organizes, and optimizes your data all in one place – with 24/7 customer support to assist whenever they’re needed.
After creating a Logz.io account, the first step is to send telemetry data to Logz.io. For those running workloads on Kubernetes, this is a fully automated process described in the steps below. Otherwise, see here for individual Logz.io integrations.
There are three ways to parse your log data and security event data with Logz.io:
Once your data is in Logz.io, segregate it into separate Logz.io Sub Accounts and assign user permissions to each account – all from a single location. This ensures every team only accesses the data relevant to them to drive autonomy and compliance.
Easily monitor data volumes across teams to find opportunities for cost reduction. Set caps to prevent bursty data from running up your bill.
Learn more about configuring and managing Logz.io Accounts here.
Logz.io’s Data Optimization Manager makes it easy to remove noisy data that needlessly drives up costs and complicates troubleshooting. Use Logz.io self-service tools or direct support from our engineers to help identify and remove noisy data through the chat bot in the app.
Further reduce costs with Logz.io’s Cold Search, which enables near real-time analytics on log data stored in AWS S3. Cold Search provides basic log search capabilities on cold storage to dramatically reduce logging costs, with the option to ingest the data to hot storage for more advanced analysis.
With Logz.io, you don’t have to set up dashboards; we do it for you. Using our Service Overview and Kubernetes 360 features, you get an out-of-the-box overview of your application and infrastructure health and performance.