You know what they say: you can’t fix what you can’t find. That’s what makes log management such a critical element in the DevOps process. Logging provides key information for software developers on the lookout for code errors.
While working on their third startup in 2013, Chris Nguyen and Lee Liu realized that traditional log management was wholly inadequate for addressing data sprawl in the modern, cloud-native development stack. That epiphany was the impetus for LogDNA, a twist on a logging platform that could respond and scale in dynamic cloud environments.