LOGIQ, creator of LOGIQ Insights, is releasing LOGIQ Insights 1.2, enabling self-service observability on the Kubernetes platform along with many features built for Kubernetes environments and workloads.
"LOGIQ is making Kubernetes observability zero-configuration, zero-click. We empower developers and administrators to help keep their infrastructure and applications always running. With the LOGIQ stack, in 5 minutes you are up and running," said Tito George, LOGIQ's co-founder.
- 5-minute deployment: LOGIQ Insights can be deployed on any Kubernetes using a HELM chart in 5 minutes, enabling true self-service observability.
- Prometheus connector: Connect your Prometheus instances and gather metrics along with logs, for complete observability.
- Real-time log tailing: In Kubernetes environments, log-tailing can filter logs by namespace, application, Kubernetes labels, or pod name making it easy to build, deploy, debug, and manage distributed applications.
- Log time machine: Users can go back in time and view logs. This helps root-causing issues while comparing old vs new logs.
- Namespace and application log isolation: With the adoption of service mesh and microservices-based applications running within a namespace boundary, the observability boundaries are also redefined. LOGIQ allows zero-configuration isolation of logs from Kubernetes namespaces for applications.
- Logiqctl: LOGIQ's command-line toolkit offers capabilities such as application discovery, search, query, and log tailing. Alongside the UI, logiqctl is one more window of user's choice to gather insights into their data.
For more information about this release, visit https://logiq.ai/.