33 posts tagged with “log management”
Best-of-both-worlds log management
January 15, 2020
There is an impulse among security departments to use only one solution for log management at a time, but is that really the best option? You don’t have to stick to one solution at a time, throwing out your old solution in order to gain the new features you need. Humio’s low-cost fixed rates shift the paradigm, enabling users to run it alongside other solutions and stay within their budgets — while logging everything and getting answers from all their data.
The Hoot - Episode 9 - Best-of-breed observability, with Pavlo Baron
October 23, 2019
Humio and Instana have published this new integration to allow customers to link directly to the logs for their Instana hosts, pods, and containers in Humio. Included are a few of the benefits of the Humio and Instana integration.
Looking for an Alternative to Splunk, Elasticsearch, Sumo Logic, or Datadog?
August 28, 2019
Let’s start with a given: log collection and analysis is an increasingly essential function for enterprises across virtually every market. Strengthened security, enhanced productivity, and lower operating costs are just some of the benefits offered by log management solutions. Vendors like Splunk, Elastic, Sumo Logic, and Datadog have significant user bases.
The Hoot - Episode 5 - Matt Stratton
August 28, 2019
The Hoot is always looking to expand and reach out to our community. That includes finding people who care about, engage in, research and practice in the world of observability and DevOps and SecOps. And luckily there’s no shortage of folks like that among our friends at PagerDuty.
The Hoot - Special Edition from Gartner Catalyst in San Diego
August 14, 2019
An all new podcast from your friends at Humio - this episode features Annie Henmi of the Product Education Team
The Hoot - Episode 4 - Security and Product Education with Annie Henmi
August 13, 2019
In this episode, PJ sits down with Annie Henmi, Humio's Director of Product Education. With an extensive background in security, education, documentation, and software instruction, Annie is a great resource for the community for insights on what she's learned and what she loves to share.
Humio Redefines Total Cost of Ownership and Launches TCO Estimator Tool
August 12, 2019
Quick and easy to use, the online tool enables users to estimate the costs of Humio
Humio Heads to San Diego: Gartner Catalyst Conference
August 9, 2019
One of the most important ways the Humio team can help foster the growing monitoring and analytics community is to go out into the world. With that in mind, we are heading to Gartner Catalyst Conference in San Diego!
Introducing The Hoot - A Podcast from Humio
July 29, 2019
An all new podcast from your friends at Humio - DevOps, SecOps, Observability, Monitoring, Logging, and Everything Else!
Routing Instana Events to Humio
July 23, 2019
Routing Instana Events to Humio | Integrating data sources with Humio and Instana allows DevOps, IT Ops and Security teams to optimise software apps.
Index-Free Logging: Are Indexes Necessary, or Simply Overhead?
June 25, 2019
Index-Free Logging & Log Management | The world of log management is ridden with woes because most solutions are based on a classical database technology: the index.
Studying the Logs - Humio gets an A+ from Lix
April 11, 2019
For new businesses and platforms that are constantly monitoring, analyzing, and organizing their logging data, keeping on top of those logs can be a frightful proposition, downright monstrous even. For Lix, the study platform aimed at students pursuing higher education, it was imperative that the company be able to keep track of user demands.
Delete Events and the Act of Forgetting
April 10, 2019
Logs are meant to record the running history of your system - the application and infrastructure of what you are trying to deliver. Humio enables this observability by combining information from the past and what is happening now. In the modern world, we want to retain as much information as possible, but just as important as remembering, is the act of forgetting.
Better, Faster, Resilient Software Delivery Through Limitless Logging
March 20, 2019
Remove traditional barriers to logging for full visibility into complex, distributed systems
Observability and Security - Ensuring Proactive Detection
March 7, 2019
Without a doubt, security is one of the biggest concerns in application development for the modern dev team. Many approaches have been offered on how to combat security issues and vulnerabilities, however these are often reactive. How do can development and DevOps teams be proactive?
Humio at Logibec: A Healthy Look at Analytics
December 10, 2018
One of the most regulated industries in the world is healthcare. Working to modernize a slow moving industry is no easy task. Luckily, Logibec is working to make healthcare perform in the modern world. The company is a major player in the Canadian healthcare IT and has been leading the modernization effort for over 35 years.
Decentralized and in the Know: Mobytronics and Humio
November 13, 2018
The world of modern application development has brought many innovations, but none so clearly seen as the concept of decentralization. Whether that be a decentralized stack using microservices, a decentralized cryptocurrency using the blockchain, or a decentralized company that works 100% remotely, the idea of having everything in one place can be considered out of date.
Out in the Open: DAWA Keeps Public Information Safe with Humio
November 6, 2018
When it comes to gathering public data, keeping it safe, and using it to make better public infrastructure decisions, Denmark Addresses Web API (DAWA), is leading the way with the help of Humio.
The Importance of Instant Feedback in Analytics
October 29, 2018
A feedback loop is essential for every part of the modern DevOps environment. From continuous integration and deployment to application development to infrastructure monitoring to team dynamics, feedback is the most important piece of the DevOps puzzle. But feedback is of little to zero value if it is not timely. And in the modern development world, that means instant or as near to instant as possible.
How we use Kafka
October 16, 2018
From a software provider’s point of view, fixing issues in an On-Prem solution is inherently problematic, and so we have strived to make the solution simple. To realize this goal, a Humio installation consists only of a single process per node running Humio itself, being dependent on Kafka running nearby. (We recommend deploying one Humio node per physical CPU so a dual-socket machine typically runs two Humio nodes.)
Humio at On the Dot: Full visibility with high-performing and flexible log management
September 25, 2018
Whether we are waiting for our food order or hoping those new loafers get to us before the important dinner tonight, same day delivery has become a major part of our shopping experiences. Luckily, the folks behind On the Dot, a service that helps retailers in the UK get their products to customers as quickly as possible, is on the case!
Integrating PagerDuty & Humio: Optimize Alerting with PagerDuty Notifications
September 3, 2018
As we’ve mentioned before, integrations are an important part of ensuring visibility into each of the systems you take advantage of. From the application layer, to the infrastructure layer, to your devops environment, Humio works to make sure observability is possible at every level.
Integrating Humio with Ballerina
July 17, 2018
The opportunity to build applications and augment them comes with a large set of choices. Choices in log management, choices in API integrators and consumers, choices in languages to use to build the services, and integrations
Data-Driven Observability & Logs
June 18, 2018
Limiting data based on what a logging solution can handle is restrictive and often, it is the logs that were “left out” that create frustrating debugging scenarios.
Humio at Lunar Way: Log Management for a Kubernetes & Cloud Native Environment
June 14, 2018
When Lunar Way began their journey, they started with a simple Elasticsearch and Kibana setup in AWS. Initially, the logs were small, so this was easy. As time passed and the products became more diverse and more complex, issues began to surface with usability, compatibility, and the day-to-day usefulness. The Elastic Query Language was a problem and Kibana seemed to always come with difficulties. It was obvious a change had to happen.
Chaos Observability with Humio
February 21, 2018
Building on yesterday’s article that showed how the Chaos Toolkit could now surface the commands and progress of chaos experiments into Slack, amongst other places, using the new notifications support, today it was time to take this support and integrate it into the cloud native observability solution, Humio.
Moving from Elastic to Humio
February 9, 2018
Optimising Performance while Minimising Resources and Complexity
Fintech Audit Trail Logging with Humio
February 1, 2018
For smaller businesses, bank charges are predictable enough not to be noticed. That’s not true for every business, though. As companies grow, so do the complexity and volume of their bank charges. BeScord, a Danish start-up, set out to change this by automating the process of reconciling bank charges with the tariff agreed.
Mesos and DC/OS Logs in Humio
October 25, 2017
Having focused our efforts increasingly on additional integrations, we’ve released the first beta version of our Mesos framework. For this first iteration, there’s one very clear goal: Forward all task logs to Humio
How Fast Can You Grep?
September 28, 2017
Humio Product Update: September 2017
September 19, 2017
It’s been a while since we let everyone know about our progress, so here is a little message on what is happening in Humio.
Logging with Kubernetes and Humio
September 4, 2017
Kubernetes is an interesting problem when it comes to logging. With all those containers created and destroyed, logs become the only dependable window into what’s happening, but working with them becomes significantly more complex.
Humio — Logging for Systems That You Care About
August 22, 2017
When I was studying Computer Science in the nineties, I had a desktop workstation and I could feel its hum — the sound of the spinning disks, the interference between the network and sound cards. If something odd happened — I could often sense something was wrong because of that hum. It is the same feeling when you are on a large ship, and you sense that something is not “normal” when the vibration of the engine humming away stops suddenly.