Logz.io Primary Use Case

Technical Director at Mediatonic

Our primary use case is to monitor the live game observability. When our game is live, we can see how the servers are performing and how players are connecting around the world. Generally, we just monitor everything to make sure the stability is running smoothly. 

The secondary use of it is when we have things we want to dig deeper into, then we have a backup of the logging system. We can jump from a point in the metrics of the observability to a point in logging in which it happened, then observe what the server saw at that time in order to diagnose and fix whatever the issue might be.

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AWS Technology Lead at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees

One of our customers uses it as a central logs aggregation point. We forward over logs from our customer environment in AWS to Logz.io. We use it to carry out dashboarding and analytics as well as for carrying out some alarming for certain scenarios and events. Essentially, it is a centralized log platform for a customer solution.

We use Logz.io for cloud monitoring. I predominantly work in the cloud. That is all I have worked in over the last 10 years or so.

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