LogDNA, the provider of log management monitoring platform, has released Log Data Recovery, which allows users to pull rich historical logs from archived storage back into LogDNA UI for further analysis. The new capability removes barriers to data access, making it faster and easier for teams to gain the insights they need to make informed decisions about the health of their applications while controlling costs.
According to LogDNA, from DevOps and site reliability engineers debugging applications to security analysts investigating incidents, many teams across an IT organization rely on end-to-end monitoring data—particularly log data—to generate insights. But keeping records in express storage can be costly, and manually searching archived records can take a very long time. Log Data Recovery enables customers to restore archived log data to the LogDNA platform, then quickly view and search their logs.
The new feature allows customers to quickly restore archived records directly into the LogDNA platform and then take advantage of the familiar and easy-to-use LogDNA search interface to find the correct records – even from months earlier. While competitive solutions place limitations on data recovery and require knowledge of a specific query language to search archived records, LogDNA allows customers to easily retrieve and search data without borders or specialized language. Log data recovery builds on LogDNA’s log analysis platform, which provides teams with access to log data insights needed to better understand the health of their applications.
True observation requires that data consumers be able to find the insights they need — quickly and without barriers to accessing it. However, the costs associated with keeping rich data readily available is an impossible option for teams that need to balance their budget with the growing need for those ideas,” said Tucker Calloway, CEO of LogDNA. “Recovering log data effectively reduces the hurdle of analyzing log data history to make a faster decision.”
LogDNA customers can register to attempt log data recovery as part of a beta program at https://go.logdna.com/log-data-restoration-private-beta.