What is Logmatic?
Get a clear overview of what is happening across your distributed environments, and spot the needle in the haystack in no time. Build dynamic analyses and identify improvements for your software, your user experience and your business.
Logmatic is a tool in the Log Management category of a tech stack.
Who uses Logmatic?
17 companies reportedly use Logmatic in their tech stacks, including dev, SendinBlue, and SaaS Platform.
48 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Logmatic.
Docker, Java, Slack, Heroku, and Android SDK are some of the popular tools that integrate with Logmatic. Here's a list of all 16 tools that integrate with Logmatic.
Pros of Logmatic
Powerful Data Vizualization
Super reactive interface
Amazing support team
Real-time alerts on slack
Just works. gracefully
Superb product. Helps us deliver great customer support
Aug 26 2016 at 8:06AM
- Easy Set Up: Just send us any type of logs - front to back - machine events, or metrics and we will do the powerful processing. No Logmatic.io agent
- Enrichment & Parsing: Automatic recognition, Customisable grok parsers, Integrated IP geolocation and user-agent parsing
- Investigation: Faceted and full-text granular searches, Real-time search results
- Monitoring: Real-time, customizable log analyses, Clickable dashboards, powerful data vizualization
- Alerting: via email, Slack, pagerduty, hipchat, webhook. Create highly flexible alerts based on your logs analyses with search queries or metrics, and user-defined thresholds
Logmatic Alternatives & Comparisons
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