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Loggly has been recognized by Docker as a Ecosystem Technology Partner (ETP) for logging.
This designation indicates that Loggly has implemented multiple ways to receive log data from Docker containers and the Docker daemon itself and is available to users and organizations that seek solutions to capture log data for their Dockerized distributed applications.
“Docker’s collaboration with Loggly has proven to be extremely beneficial for our community,” said Scott Johnston, SVP of Product Management at Docker. “Loggly and its users have developed several ways to send Docker logs to Loggly, providing flexibility for Docker users as they look to establish an effective, centralized logging strategy.”
Loggly is a cloud-based log management service that turns large amounts of log data into valuable insights in real-time. Loggly enables users to easily receive log data from Docker containers and micro services, as well as from the Docker daemon, without the need to install agents.
Loggly also ensures all log data is collected, including that from ephemeral containers. Loggly aggregates all logs in one central place, offering a variety of powerful analytics, alerts and search capabilities that help customers to find problem causes faster, spot anomalies earlier and stay on top of the health of your applications.
Docker’s ETP program recognizes ecosystem partners that have demonstrated integration with the Docker platform. As part of the program, Docker will highlight a capability area within the application lifecycle, validate integration and communicate the availability of the partner’s solution to the community and the market. The goal of the program is to ensure that organizations offering logging tools have been working with Docker to ensure highest degree of availability and performance of distributed applications. Partners included in this program have proven integration with the Docker platform and have demonstrated that their solution is able to record logging data for dockerized applications.
Sven Dummer, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Loggly, said: “We know how important log data is to solving the inevitable problems that crop-up with complex software applications, and we want to make it as easy as possible for Docker users to benefit from the insights that Loggly provides.”