About LogDNA

LogDNA is the easiest centralized log management software. Learn about logging, how to get started, and how to maximize our log collection, monitoring, retention, alerting, and analysis features.

What is LogDNA?

LogDNA is a highly scalable log management solution that indexes, aggregates, and analyzes log data. It supports logs originating from any source including applications, cloud systems, orchestration platforms like Kubernetes, bare metal servers, and more. We are built for any infrastructure, any architecture, any language. Its modular architecture allows it to grow to handle any log volume, whether you're logging 100 GB of data or 100 TB per day.

LogDNA also provides several tools to help you manage your logs. The fully-featured web UI
provides a streamlined interface for live-tailing, searching, parsing, graphing, and alerting on log data. You have complete control over your logs including the ability to create custom parsing rules, export logs for long-term storage, exclude noisy logs, and more.

Sign up for a LogDNA account. Follow the Quick Start Guide and start logging within minutes!

Why should I use LogDNA?

  • Centralize log data - Collect logs from all applications, servers, platforms, and systems into one simplified, unified log management system.
  • Blazing fast search - We use smart parsing, intelligent filters, and natural language to quickly get you the log lines you need. Our live tail is also the fastest in the industry.
  • Clean intuitive design - Our customers rave about our logging app, but don't just take their word for it - try it yourself.
  • Pay as you grow - Only pay for what you use, starting at $1.50 per GB / month. Go here to see all our pricing plans. We also have a free plan perfect for small businesses or if you are just starting to dip your toes into the world of logging.
  • Fastest setup - It takes under 2 minutes to install our integrations with ease. Start seeing live streaming tail instantly.

Will LogDNA work with my setup?

Yes, LogDNA has a very flexible deployment model that supports both cloud and on-premise deployments. LogDNA is available as a SaaS service offering teams the ability to get started with a full featured centralized log management solution within minutes.

LogDNA Self-hosted runs on your own infrastructure, whether it is on a private cloud environment, on-premise or multi-cloud environment. This offers the greatest control for teams that have strict security, regulatory, or operational requirements.

As an IBM Cloud customer, you can use IBM Log Analysis with LogDNA and IBM Cloud Activity Tracker with LogDNA.

How do I send logs to LogDNA?

The recommended way to send logs to LogDNA is through our LogDNA Agent. It can be installed on Linux, Windows, MacOS. You can take a look at our source code on Github to learn more.

LogDNA offers a variety of integrations for log ingestion. You can find details about all our ingestion methods here.

Platforms

Syslog

Code Libraries

API endpoints

If you don't see what you're looking for, send us a support message and we'll see what we can do.

How do I get started?

  1. Create an account here.
  2. After creating your free trial account, login and add a log source to LogDNA.
  3. Log in to the web app and start viewing your logs!

How do I use the web app?

We do our best to make the web interface as clean and intuitive as possible, but just in case, we've also created a number of "Product How-To Guides" in the navigation pane. Want to learn how to search your logs? Start here Search Logs Guide.

How do I get additional support?

Inside the LogDNA web app, bottom left corner, click on the "Help" icon to send us your question or feedback. You can also email us at [email protected] We're always happy to help!

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About LogDNA


LogDNA is the easiest centralized log management software. Learn about logging, how to get started, and how to maximize our log collection, monitoring, retention, alerting, and analysis features.

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