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Today we’re excited to introduce Mezmo: our new name and brand that represents the future of observability. Meet Mezmo The name Mezmo is a derivative of the word mesmerize, which means to capture one’s complete attention. It’s a fitting name for the vision and roadmap we outlined last year that builds upon the inherent scale and rapid success …

Everyone at LogDNA is (unsurprisingly) obsessed with the power of log data. It is the single source of truth for what is happening in your environment and, when used correctly, provides the insights needed to deliver better experiences. Now more than ever, people across various teams understand the value of having easy access to log …

Is DevSecOps a Trend in Cybersecurity? Gartner recently released a report highlighting the top trends in cybersecurity for 2022. They discuss how businesses must reframe their security practices, rethink their technology, and adopt new responses to modern threats. This is in line with DevSecOps trends that we see in the market and hear about from our customers. …

In our ongoing efforts to provide our customers with a best-in-class log management solution, we’re excited to launch improvements to our Agent. This new, robust version (3.4) provides significant performance improvements for our customers. Specifically, we focused on two main areas of the Agent: error handling and endurance. Error Handling One area of focus for Agent …

Log archiving is the process of storing all kinds of logs (application, system, or monitoring) from across a multitude of systems in a long-term storage solution like S3. Securely collecting and keeping logs is crucial for many businesses, and they have to do it effectively and with minimal supervision. This tutorial will show you how …

LogDNA is experiencing explosive growth in response to our work to harness observability data across a broad set of enterprise use cases. Today, this tremendous opportunity is validated by our announcement of a $50 million series D led by NightDragon, the cybersecurity investment and advisory firm. NightDragon’s interest was first piqued by our cloud platform that …

Kubernetes management can be daunting for developers who don’t have specialized understanding of the orchestration technology. Learning Kubernetes takes practice and time, a precious commodity for devs who are under pressure to deliver new applications. This post provides direction on what you need to know and what you can skip to take advantage of Kubernetes. Let’s start with …

As any developer or IT professional will tell you, when systems experience issues, logs are often invaluable. When implemented and leveraged effectively, the data produced by logging can assist DevOps teams in more quickly identifying occurrences of problems within a system. Moreover, they can prove helpful in enabling incident responders to isolate the root cause …

Which data sources do DevOps teams need in order to achieve observability? At a high level, that’s an easy question to answer. Concepts like the “three pillars of observability”—logs, metrics, and traces—may come to mind. Or, you may think in terms of techniques like the RED Method or Google’s Golden Signals, which are other popular frameworks for defining which …

We’re excited to announce the general availability of the LogDNA Agent 3.3, which introduces Linux and ARM64 support to our Rust Agent. This new support in our Rust Agent provides improved performance and enables a few features previously only available for our Kubernetes customers, such as various configurations within the Agent and the ability to …