This post is an excerpt from a tutorial that shows how the IBM Log Analysis with LogDNA service can be used to configure and access logs of a Kubernetes application that is deployed on IBM Cloud.
IBM Log Analysis with LogDNA is available today on IBM Cloud. This service to simplifies log management in the Cloud and helps your developers pinpoint issues quickly in their dynamically scaling applications and workloads.
We are excited to announce IBM Log Analysis with LogDNA. You can use IBM Log Analysis with LogDNA to add enhanced logging capabilities to IBM Cloud, easily collect and aggregate logs in a centralized system, and monitor and analyze logs by customizing dashboards and defining alerts.
IBM Cloud and LogDNA are excited to be working together to offer an enhanced logging experience with IBM Cloud Log Analysis, which offers collection and search services with a tightly integrated LogDNA service.
In serverless applications, functions are small and need to execute in less amount of time in a stateless environment. Logging then becomes a challenge for DevOps to do Root Cause Analysis (RCA) or get insights about the behavior of their applications. One logging approach is to add code to your functions to send logs to an external API, which can be a […]
Watch a demo on how to leverage Sematext and IBM Cloud Container Service for faster, more efficient DevOps. Sematext offers the platform that eliminates the chasm between performance monitoring and logs while IBM Cloud Container Service builds on Kubernetes for advanced capabilities. This enables DevOps and modernizing traditional apps, as well as simplifying security, scale and infrastructure management. This demo will take you through the whole process […]
Analyzing diagnostic logs, monitoring application health and keeping track of security-related events are at the foundation of successfully running apps and services. IBM Cloud offers services for that purpose. Today, I am going to show you how to use IBM Cloud Log Analysis to integrate, search and analyze as well as visualize diagnostic logs in the IBM Cloud.
Logs help you troubleshoot issues with your clusters and apps. Sometimes, you might want to send logs somewhere for processing or long-term storage. On a Kubernetes cluster in the IBM Cloud Container Service, you can enable log forwarding for your cluster and choose where your logs are forwarded.