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How to Optimize .NET Error Logging

Like most developers, you’ve probably seen the benefits of logging first-hand—the right log message can be the key to unlocking the trickiest of software issues. But not all logging is created equal and actionable logs don’t magically appear. If you want the very best logs, you need to optimize your logging using tried-and-true best practices.

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Logging Django Apps Made Easy With Papertrail

Looking for an easy-to-use web framework that provides high-level building blocks to go from concept to production quickly? One popular choice is Django, a Python web development framework originally created at World Online, a newspaper web company for rapidly building and launching websites to support news stories.

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Node.js Logging – How to Get Started

Node.js may be the run-time environment that lets you use a single programming language (JavaScript) for both server-side and client-side applications, but it has no shortage of logging methods. Even though there are clearly delineated trade-offs with each of the logging techniques, if you’re a newcomer, it can be difficult to make sense of them and to know which one is right for your environment.

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Monitoring Azure With Papertrail Log Management Tool

If there’s one thing developers can’t get enough of, it’s tools. Azure, the cloud computing platform from Microsoft, offers over 100 services and tools for building infrastructure and running software apps. Each of these services produces log files in various formats, containing a slew of important details such as service health and status, performance metrics, and resource access requests—everything developers need to monitor Azure and keep their apps running smoothly.

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Logging in Docker – How to Get It Right

Life would be much simpler if applications running inside containers always behaved correctly. Unfortunately, as every sysadmin and developer knows, that is never the case. When things inevitably start going wrong you need diagnostic information to figure out how and why. Being able to gather useful information from your Docker container logs can mean the difference between a minor issue and a critical outage.

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