Logs are generated all across your infrastructure, making it difficult to set universal logging behaviors.
Controlling access to decentralized log data means setting permissions on a per-user or per-device basis.
Retention policies must be configured and deployed to each logging component, wasting time and effort.
As more organizations move to distributed workloads and microservices, the need for centralized log management tools is crucial. The number of log-generating components in the average data center is rapidly growing, and traditional log management tools can't scale to meet the demand. The Papertrail™ solution helps you regain control over your logs by presenting them through a single interface. Watch events occur in real-time, search through weeks of data, and generate archives of up to a year of historical events.Sign up for a free plan
Developers shouldn't have access to the same logs as sysadmins. Papertrail lets you set granular permissions based on customizable log groups. Restrict access to specific servers, applications, regions, or environments. Group logs based on their origin, contents, or by using a custom search. Set each user's ability to view and purge log data, create searches and alerts, and modify group details.Sign up for a free plan
Complying with industry regulations and company policies means ensuring all of your logging components are properly configured. With Papertrail, you can set global log management and retention policies typically in less than five minutes. Create automated cloud backups for long-term storage and archiving. When you need to access older logs, consolidate and export archives of your events with a single command.Sign up for a free plan