Make Your Logs Work for You

The days of logging in to servers and manually viewing log files are over. SolarWinds® Papertrail™ aggregates logs from applications, devices, and platforms to a central location.

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Troubleshoot Fast and Enjoy It

SolarWinds® Papertrail™ provides cloud-based log management that seamlessly aggregates logs from applications, servers, network devices, services, platforms, and much more.

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Aggregate and Search Any Log

SolarWinds® Papertrail™ provides lightning-fast search, live tail, flexible system groups, team-wide access, and integration with popular communications platforms like PagerDuty and Slack to help you quickly track down customer problems, debug app requests, or troubleshoot slow database queries.

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For Engineers, By Engineers

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How Offishall Uses DigitalOcean and Papertrail to Simplify Hybrid Work

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Paris-based tech startup Offishall is all about simplifying and streamlining modern hybrid work. CTO Bruno Ronzani and his team rely on reliability, speed, and simplicity from DigitalOcean Droplets and Papertrail™ log management. This foundation helps ensure Offishall delivers the seamless web experience their customers—and regional manager Dwight K. Schrute—demand.
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DigitalOcean App Platform

Papertrail Now A DigitalOcean SaaS Add-On 

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A little over a year ago, we announced a partnership with DigitalOcean to make it easier for users to add log management and monitoring for applications running in DigitalOcean Droplets (VMs). Since then, we’ve created a DigitalOcean Marketplace Listing, provided a direct link to the signup page, and shared many ideas on how to use…
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Monitoring WordPress Sites

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Log files are an important source of information about the state of an application and how it’s functioning. Therefore, log management and analysis are critical to application performance monitoring.
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Papertrail and Heroku

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SolarWinds® Papertrail™ has supported Heroku almost from the beginning, as an add-on in the Heroku Marketplace and as a compatible standalone log management tool. Heroku’s focus on empowering developers to build and deliver applications by providing an easy-to-use platform as a service fits perfectly with the vision of Papertrail.
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WordPress Error Logs and Activity Logs

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Logging is a fundamental part of software development. While an app is being developed, we rely on logging to confirm our inputs and outputs match our expectations. In production, logging can be an invaluable resource for tracking down bugs or measuring how users interact with the app.
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Headless WordPress With Real-Time Logging by Papertrail

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Tired of monolithic WordPress? Are your front-end developers frustrated with the limitations of monolithic WordPress and constrained by PHP templates? Headless WordPress could be the answer you’re looking for.
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The Syslog Staying Power

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Some classics never go out of style, like a good pair of boat shoes or cowboy boots, depending on where you live. In the logging world, syslog is this classic. For more than 30 years, the syslog protocol has been a standard for logging. When we talk to users about what type of logs they…
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New Integration With WP Activity Log

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With over 40% of websites powered by WordPress, there’s a good chance you or someone in your company is using it to update content or manage websites. This is why we’re excited to announce an integration with WP Activity Log—a comprehensive WordPress activity log plug-in—and SolarWinds® Papertrail™.
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Classic Event Viewer Retires

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The classic event viewer, introduced in June 2011, has been the heart of SolarWinds® Papertrail™. It’s where we spend most of our time, searching, tailing, and sharing event data. Over the last 10 years, Papertrail fans across the globe have shared their ideas with our development team and helped us improve and refine the event…
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Is Distributed Tracing Really a Big Deal ?

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Microservice architectures are everywhere these days. Even internal enterprise applications—which have typically been structured as self-contained monoliths—are now being designed using a microservices architecture.
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Using Dokku On DigitalOcean

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Dokku can be a cost-effective, convenient way to deploy apps to DigitalOcean. SolarWinds® Papertrail™ can make monitoring the logs of those apps simple and frustration-free. Combine these two technologies and you have an effective deployment process and log management system. Let’s look at Dokku first.
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Troubleshooting Firewall Issues in DigitalOcean

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Introduction DigitalOcean is a cost-effective virtual private server (VPS) provider popular among the developer community. The platform also offers services for rapid development, deployment, testing, and maintaining modern distributed applications. One of these services is a managed firewall solution that allows blocking unwanted traffic. It’s relatively easy to manage and deploy as an infrastructure component.
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Aggregating Application Logs From EKS on Fargate

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Today we’re going to talk about logging with Kubernetes on AWS using CloudWatch and SolarWinds® Papertrail™. We’ll cover setting up Papertrail, installing and configuring the rKubeLog package, viewing the logs in the Papertrail event viewer, and cross-checking those logs with the ones we see with kubectl. From there, we’ll set up a few different alerts.
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