Many organizations embarking on the journey to DevOps and agile programming look to the performance gains, new product development, lower costs, and a host of other benefits. But log management?
Sure, logs are important, but they are also boring. I mean, really boring. Every time an application does anything, it records it in a log where it can be analyzed to refine operations, tighten security or inform new code changes, among other things. Not exactly a fun night on the town.