IT Ops teams want access to app logs, server logs, and device logs for different reasons. Ops teams want a single pane of glass to monitor and analyze all layers of applications and the infrastructure powering the user experience; from core web and application servers, databases, load balancers, firewalls, out through edge CDN’s to the endpoint devices. ChaosSearch brings everything together in a single integrated view to eliminate multiple tools collecting the same logs, eliminating unnecessary access to production systems.
Are you running Docker containers and using Kubernetes as an orchestration layer to run your workloads? Centralized logging is an important component of any production-grade infrastructure and critical in a containerized architecture. ChaosSearch centralized storage on Amazon S3 allows you to quickly access and analyze log data to debug issues with deployed applications and services, such as determining the reason for container termination, application performance and reliability issues, etc.
Listen as Stephen Salinas, Engineering Lead at HubSpot, describes how they concluded that the maintenance and investment requirements of their Elasticsearch cluster were too high.
Over time, the HubSpot team grew weary of their Elasticsearch cluster’s constant need for maintenance, limitations, and expansion requirements, and determined that a change was needed.
Your logs are your visibility into what’s happening in your business. ChaosSearch provides sophisticated monitoring and alerting capabilities to notify you of critical events without flooding you in noise so you can analyze potential suspects, identify the root of the problems, and fix them fast before they impact your customers. Filter your alerts to focus on the legitimate issues.
The simple truth is, price matters. The ChaosSearch technologies and architecture allow us to pass along significant savings to our customers. In many cases we can cut your log analysis costs by 80%.Compare and Save