Scalyr Named as a Representative Vendor in AIOps Platforms by Gartner
Log management and observability company Scalyr has been named as a Representative Vendor in AIOps Platforms in the November 7th, 2019 Gartner report titled, “Market Guide for AIOps Platforms” by Charley Rich, Pankaj Prasad and Sanjit Ganguli.
Scalyr launches PowerQueries for advanced log management
Log management service Scalyr today announced the beta launch of PowerQueries, its new tools for letting its users create advanced search operations as they manage their log files and troubleshoot potential issues.
When code is the company: Logging’s need for speed in software-first world
The software-driven economy is putting the heat on data logging, metrics and tracing technologies. Traditional tools of this type aren’t quite cutting it for application-first, digital companies.
Taking System Monitoring to the Next Level: an Interview with Scalyr CEO Steve Newman
As computing ecosystems become more complex, monitoring and analyzing those often disconnected moving parts becomes increasingly challenging.
Christine Heckart | CUBEConversation with John Furrier
Christine Heckart, CEO of Scalyr, sits down with John Furrier for a CUBEConversation at theCUBE Studios in Palo Alto, CA.
Log Management Company Scalyr Hires New CEO From Cisco, Preps For What’s Next
Scalyr was started to solve a problem that its founders fully understood — juggling a handful of monitoring tools to gain operational visibility might just be impossible. Today, the company announced a new phase of growth.
San Mateo-Based Scalyr Names Christine Heckart as New CEO
Scalyr, the San Mateo-based developer of a log management and server monitoring service, on Wednesday named Christine Heckart as its new CEO.
Scalyr: Column-Oriented Log Management with Steve Newman
Log messages are fast, high volume, unstructured data. Logs are often the source of metrics, alerts, and dashboards, so these critical systems are downstream from a log management system. A log management system needs to be highly available, so that a failure in one part of your system will not be correlated with failure of the log management system.