Every component of your servers and infrastructure produces log data—from firewalls and routers to applications and programs—but they’re often littered across local files, VMs, and cloud storage.
Collecting logs from an array of different sources results in bundles of unstructured data, which can be difficult to parse and search. This slows down the troubleshooting process and eats into your time.
With logs generated in high volumes around the clock, it can be difficult to spot performance issues, identify trends, or trace issues across complex systems.
As systems become larger and more complex, logs are generated more quickly and in larger volumes than ever before. Monitoring these logs can be a challenge when they are scattered throughout the environment. With SolarWinds® Papertrail, you can automate the log collection process to aggregate data from across an array of sources— infrastructure, applications, servers, cloud services, hosts and more—and then store these log files in a single location for easy viewing. With all of your logs in a single, centralized location, it’s easier to monitor and search your logs. What’s more, you can access this interface from any web browser, making it easy to monitor your logs from anywhere.Sign up for a free plan
Get the most out of your log data with real-time log data. Papertrail offers real-time log monitoring solutions so you can more quickly gain insights, spot trends, and identify hot spots in your applications and systems. You can also automatically parse, sort, and filter events to quickly cut through the noise and improve their troubleshooting efforts. Plus, with an intuitive search function within the log viewer, you can quickly correlate log events and uncover the root cause behind performance issues.Sign up for a free plan
With Papertrail, you can tail logs from multiple sources in real time, all from the same screen. Along with search highlighting, message formatting and advanced search capabilities are available from the same screen so you don’t waste time switching screens or clicking menus. You can also filter log events with standard metrics like time and origin, or with a custom field like session ID or file name, in order to cut through the noise and focus in on the events that matter. You can even export the log chain to share knowledge across the team and cut down on troubleshooting in the future.Sign up for a free plan