It’s been awhile since our last update, but we’re busier than ever. We’ve released a huge number of features during this time, with many more on the way. Without further ado, we proudly present the February 2017 LogDNA product update!
We added a host of new platform integrations (no pun intended), but we’d like to highlight our easy to install Kubernetes integration. We believe containers are the future, so we want to be your container logger of choice! Our new integrations include:
- Cloud Foundry
Installation instructions for integrations are available on our website.
As per popular request, we’ve also added several new code libraries:
You can check out our open source code libraries on GitHub. We welcome contributions!
There’s a revolution happening in healthcare tech, and we want to be a part of it. We’re officially offering HIPAA compliant logging! Whether you’re a healthcare provider or vendor, we’ve got you covered, and will happily sign a Business Associate Agreement (BAA). See our HIPAA page for details.
While there are a ton of new features, we especially want to mention line context. With line context, you can expand any individual log line and view field information as well as line context for that host or app. Count on many more features coming to this context menu :). More information about line context is available in our docs.
In addition to line context, we’ve also greatly improved alert management, as well as added HipChat notification support and a Slack app. For those of you with more than 12 views, we’ve even added a handy dandy View Finder to help you search them. Pro tip: you can use the shortcut CTRL + K to bring up the View Finder.
Creating all these features means creating lots of docs. We’ve not only added docs for the new features, but a whole new set of extensive guides that contain no shortage of valuable information. Check out our guides below:
We strive to create innovative and useful new features, but we can’t do it without you. Your suggestions and feedback are actually factored into features we release, so thank you! Speaking of which, we have some pretty cool new features in the works:
- Line tags powered by machine learning
- Git blame for your logs
- Swift log archiving
If you’re interested in being a beta tester, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll enable beta features for your account as well as notify you as new ones become available.
We want to give a shoutout to all our awesome customers. Thank you all for your feedback and support, we wouldn’t be here without you. Log long and prosper!