Humio for development and DevOps
Viewing the health and stability of complex systems in real-time is more important than ever. Humio monitors the whole environment, in real time, and provides observability to see and address problems, no matter where they reside.
Real-time observability of all relevant structured and unstructured production data, without disruption, in one solution available Self-hosted and SaaS.
Handle large multi-TB/day ingest loads with ease to instantly identify concerns and threats in any complex computing environment.
Aggregate, explore, and understand live log data with full-text searches, and create dashboards to visualize and analyze complex systems.
Sub-second searches in live tails to understand and explore streaming data from any source, including joined data sets.
Easy installation and intuitive query language enable engineers to begin collecting and analyzing logs in minutes.
Humio is engineered to ingest and retain more data using a fraction of the hardware others require. Start with a free 30-day trial to see what Humio can do.
Humio empowers developers and DevOps organizations to easily aggregate data from any source to gain instant visibility into their entire system. Humio helps to identify and address concerns, and iteratively explore to seek deeper information.
"The query language and the speed of Humio compared to searching logs in Kibana is crazy! Much better experience in my opinion, and makes investigating and caring about logs so much easier."
Kasper Nissen, Cloud Architect / Site Reliability Engineer
Humio at Lunar: Log Management for a Kubernetes & Cloud Native Environment
While the technology world moves pretty fast, there are still institutions lagging behind in the move to the modern. Lunar looks to handle one of these institutions, the banking industry, and bring things forward into the 21st Century.
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Humio at On the dot: Full visibility with high-performing and flexible log management
While the world of modern application development moves pretty fast, there is an industry that needs to run even faster: the delivery service industry.
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Why Humio created a modern purpose-built logging tool from scratch
CTO Kresten Krab Thorup to discuss his experience building the Humio log management platform.
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LaunchDarkly: How Humio Tests in Production
Craig Vitter, Solution Architect at Humio, discussed how Humio uses its own product, a log management platform, to test in production.
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Alex Tasioulis: Observability for Microservices Video
Practical Advice at QCon London 2019. See how logs can become the central signal for enabling observability for microservices architectures.
Search 1 PB in under a second
Humio’s intelligent filtering and advanced compression reduces the data set and loads it to memory to make brute force search blazing fast.
Why index-free is so fast...
Humio offers the freedom to log everything with no compromises
Live tailing, live dashboards, and live aggregation
Blazingly fast full-text search without indexing
5-15X DATA COMPRESSION
Ingest and retain more with 75% less hardware
Run Self-hosted on premises, public cloud, or Humio SaaS
BUCKET STORAGE FOR PERSISTENT DATA
Use bucket storage for real-time speed and almost infinite retention
High availability, fault-tolerant, cluster management, Event Context, RBAC, regex engine, and more
ROLE-BASED ACCESS CONTROL
Assign permissions and access rights and read from SAML, LDAP, Auth0, or others
Easy to deploy and faster to query terabytes of data in real time
SHAREABLE LIVE DASHBOARDS
Display a collection of widgets with their own queries to share across teams
Get started in minutes and use with popular tools and platforms
ALERTS & WEBHOOKS
Sub-second notifications and custom webhooks to proactively fix issues
Query Monitor to understand which quotas are using resources, and query quotas to keep the system running smoothly
EASY TO USE
Intuitive interface and easy-to-use query language to understand data and events
Humio has an open API for data integration for ingestion and data export