Logs, simplified. Now all in one place.
Fast, trouble-free troubleshooting.
- See curated logs within platform UIs to find problems faster.
- Resolve business-critical incidents using JOINs and lookups with logs and other data in a single query.
- Explore millions of log messages with just a click.
- Instantly detect patterns and outliers in your log data using machine learning.
Scale up. Keep cost rates down.
- Low, per-gigabyte pricing at 1/4th to 1/2th the cost of other solutions.
- Automatically scales to the volume you use.
- Includes 30 days of log retention, queries, alerts, AIOps, and dashboards.
- No complex pricing or overage penalties.
Simple to set up, easy to use.
- Easily ingest log data from anywhere using New Relic’s log forwarder.
- Configure APM and infrastructure agents to get in-context logs alongside other telemetry data.
- Use open source tools from Fluentd, Fluent Bit, and Logstash, and integrations with AWS, Azure, and more.
- Go agentless and forward syslog data to New Relic’s TCP endpoint.
Instant visibility at any volume.
- Get search responses in seconds without the need to index logs.
- Use data partitioning to segment data any way you want.
- Search, filter, or pivot to areas of interest, save searches, and create custom dashboards and alerts to find and fix issues fast.
Only pay for what you need,
not a bundle of SKUs.
- Transparent user-based pricing
- 100 GB/month free data
- $0.30 per GB as you grow
- Start now for free
See why customers love New Relic log management.
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We were using logging tools like ELK that we were finding complex to use. So, adding logs into New Relic was a 'wow' moment, because for the first time we had everything in the same system, making it so much easier to understand and to identify problems.Dani KonstantinovskiGlobal Tech Support Manager, Gett
Log Management FAQs
Log management is the process for handling log data, including generating, aggregating, storing, analyzing, archiving, and disposing of logs. By sending all your log data to a centralized tool, you’ll have an essential log management process that can make it much easier and faster to understand and identify problems in an application network.
Monitoring system logs requires a good understanding of the system and the logs that are generated by it. Additionally, it's important to have accurate, real-time data to interpret the logs and take action based on everything that happens in your application, network, or server.
New Relic log management can help you monitor system logs quickly, easily, and all in one place. Reduce your workload by having all of your system logs correlated to curated content across your entire stack with real-time monitoring and in-depth troubleshooting.
New Relic’s logging best practices include:
• Anticipate common scenarios.
• Log meaningful messages for valuable context.
• Keep logs simple and concise to capture only the most critical information.
• Don’t forget to timestamp.
• Use a log format with consistent structure for meaningful parsing.
You should consider shifting from your ELK (Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana) stack when your software engineering teams need to share insights with less-technical business and customer-facing teams. Plus, New Relic’s tools are easy to learn, making them ideal for your growing developer team. Read more about Simply Business’s shift from ELK to New Relic.