An error log is a file that contains detailed records of error conditions a computer software encounters when it’s running.
In simple words, observability is when you infer the internal state of a system only by observing its external outputs. Read to learn more!
Continuous monitoring is an automated monitoring approach for IT systems and networks to detect security threats, performance issues, or non-compliance problems. Learn more with Humio!
Log rotation is a controlled way of removing or archiving older logs to make room for new ones. Learn more with Humio!
In this article, we’ll look at server monitoring, considering why it should be an integral part of a company’s IT operations. We’ll also examine some server monitoring best practices.
An event log is a chronologically ordered list of the recorded events. Note that “Event Log” is also a core component of Microsoft Windows.
Cloud monitoring is the practice of measuring workloads inside cloud tenancies against specific metrics and thresholds. Read more!
Observability and monitoring are two terms often mentioned and sometimes used interchangeably in modern DevOps. Read more to learn the difference!