Loggly provides enterprise-class cloud-based solutions for log management, allowing users to solve operational problems faster. The Loggly service integrates into the engineering processes of teams employing continuous deployment and DevOps practices to reduce MTTR, improve service quality, accelerate innovation, and make better use of valuable development resources.

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TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanySolarWinds
HQSan Francisco, US
Founded2009
Websiteloggly.com
Loggly was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

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Key People/Management at Loggly

Charlie Oppenheimer

Charlie Oppenheimer

CEO

Loggly Office Locations

Loggly has offices in San Francisco and Austin
San Francisco, US (HQ)
535 Mission St 14th Floor, San Francisco
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Loggly Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2009

Total Funding

$62.1 m

Investors

In total, Loggly had raised $62.1 m. Loggly is a subsidiary of SolarWinds

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Loggly News and Updates

SolarWinds Integrates AppOptics With Loggly and Papertrail to Enhance APM Solution

Introduces trace context in logs, helping reduce hours of application performance troubleshooting time down to minutes Introduces trace context in logs, helping reduce hours of application performance troubleshooting time down to minutes

Log Management Global Market 2018-2023: IBM, Intel Security, Splunk, Logrhythm, Alert Logic, Loggly

Wiseguyreports.Com Publish New Market Research Report On -“Log Management Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Growth and Forecast 2018 - 2023” Posted via Industry Today. Follow us on Twitter @IndustryToday

Loggly Blogs

Preparing for the Unexpected: How to Monitor Logs for Anomalies

Hidden among your normal, everyday logs are any number of unexpected events and anomalies. These events can provide key insights when troubleshooting problems, tracing transactions, or monitoring performance and behavior. However, finding them can be challenging, especially if you’re unsure of what,…

Why Transaction Tracing is Critical for Monitoring Microservices

Teams switching from a monolithic application architecture to microservices often face a jarring realization: their time-tested troubleshooting techniques don’t work as effectively. A microservice consists of many independent, distributed, and ephemeral services with varying capabilities for monitor…

Maximize Observability of Your CI/CD Pipeline With Loggly

The DevOps engineer is an important role in an organization because he or she is responsible for the success of a software project and its lifecycle. This person typically wears many hats—from software developer to managing system operations. These individuals usually have… The post Maximize Observa…

AppOptics and Loggly – Better Together

Metrics and Traces and Logs, Oh My! In this article, we’ll share how you can leverage recently announced capabilities that further integrate SolarWinds® AppOptics™ and SolarWinds Loggly®. Together, they make it even easier to troubleshoot and identify the root cause of application… The post AppOptic…

Logging with Context

Add trace context to your logs The Problem When troubleshooting an issue with logs, it’s often fairly easy to find an important log; for example, an exception is logged and an alert is fired. Once you find an exception in the logs,… The post Logging with Context appeared first on Log Analysis | Log …

Monitoring Machine Learning Models Built in Amazon SageMaker

Introduction Many data science discussions focus on model development. But as any data scientist will tell you, this is only a small—and often relatively quick—part of the data science pipeline. An important, but often overlooked, component of model stewardship is monitoring models… The post Monitor…
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Loggly Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Loggly founded?

    Loggly was founded in 2009.

  • Who are Loggly key executives?

    Loggly's key executives are Charlie Oppenheimer.

  • Who are Loggly competitors?

    Competitors of Loggly include Elastic, Devo and IniTech.

  • Where is Loggly headquarters?

    Loggly headquarters is located at 535 Mission St 14th Floor, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are Loggly offices?

    Loggly has offices in San Francisco and Austin.

  • How many offices does Loggly have?

    Loggly has 2 offices.