March 29, 2019 By IBM Cloud Team < 1 min read

IBM Cloud Databases is now automatically integrated into IBM Log Analysis with LogDNA in the US-South region.

IBM Cloud Databases is now automatically integrated into IBM Log Analysis with LogDNA in the US-South region so you can access, debug, and troubleshoot your databases logs right from the LogDNA console. LogDNA has both Lite and paid plans. The Lite plan is free to use, but you’ll only get streaming events from the databases. To get log tagging, export, retention, and the ability to create your graphs, you’ll need to use one of the paid plans. You can order the IBM Log Analysis with LogDNA service from IBM Cloud Catalog.

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