We're pleased to announce the Limited Availability (LA) release of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Logging service.
The Logging service is a fully managed, highly scalable log management and search platform that simplifies collecting, managing, and exploring your logs. The service brings together your Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and application logs into one view. It lets you seamlessly ingest and manage the logs generated by your resources and applications. You can leverage the powerful log search engine to explore logs. And, you can use our new, intuitive rules engine to make every single log line actionable in near real time.
The LA release of the Logging service provides the following features:
Application log support and rules engine will be part of our General Availability (GA) release in 2020.
Following are some common actions that the LA release of the Logging service can perform:
The following image shows an example of enabling a log on an Object Storage bucket.
Example: Enabling a Log on an Object Storage Bucket
Oracle Events already supports the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s (CNCF) CloudEvents format. As part of our continued commitment to open compatibility and putting customers first, the Logging service will leverage Fluentd as its primary log ingestion agent for the GA release. Rather than building proprietary log agents and data formats, our goal is to meet our customers where they are. You can leverage the hundreds of open source community plugins to ingest, parse, enrich, and take your data where you need it. Fluentd support will be available as part of our GA release.
We are currently providing LA access to selected customers through our Cloud Native Limited Availability Program. To learn more about Logging or to request LA access, register at oracle.com/cloud-native/.
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