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Logentries Exceeds 500% Growth with 25,000+ Users of Log Management and Analytics Service

New Referral Program Strengthens Comprehensive Free Service for DevOps

BOSTON, April 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Logentries, a leading SaaS service for log management and log analytics, today announced the introduction of a new referral program to strengthen its rapidly growing DevOps user community.  With over 500% growth, the Logentries community has increased to more than 25,000 users.  The new referral program extends the current, free service that includes custom tagging, real-time alerting, LiveTail, visualized search and unlimited users, to now include up to five free gigabytes (GB) of data processing.

The free Logentries service was developed to provide DevOps teams, IT operations and customer support groups, with a complete, easy-to-use set of log management and analytics capabilities that enable troubleshooting in development, real-time performance monitoring and alerting of production systems, user behavior analytics, and assuring security compliance. The new Logentries referral program offers existing users one additional free GB of data for every referral they make who also starts using the service.

"We have received amazing value from the free Logentries service," said Rhian Lewis, co-developer, Count My Crypto.  "As we start to scale our current projects, we know that we can easily expand our needs with Logentries by adding more storage, and getting access to the vast features they offer for log management and analytics."  

"The tremendous growth we have seen this year demonstrates the demand for deep insights that can only be provided by log data," said Andrew Burton, President & CEO, Logentries. "There are hundreds of monitoring tools available, but they often don't tell you exactly what occurred, when it occurred, and why. Logentries provides this visibility with a complete picture of your system, your users, and your overall performance."

The new Logentries referral program automatically adds one free GB of data processing to existing user accounts for every referral they make who signs up and sends log data to the Logentries service. The referral will be notified by email that they were referred to use the service and be prompted to create a free Logentries account. In addition to the free data, new Logentries users have access to the premier log management and analytics features, including:

  • Custom tagging & real-time alerts: Easily highlight errors, warnings, exceptions, or business events
  • Detailed visualization & easy click navigation: Interactive graphs, visualizations, and quick drill-down into system logs to immediately pinpoint log events in days, weeks, or months.
  • Live Tail: View streaming logs in real-time and see important events highlighted within the live data.
  • Log correlation: Dynamically group and correlate logs into a single dashboard, or aggregate logs from a particular system to give an end-to-end view.

The Logentries service is available for free today at http://www.logentries.com.

About Logentries

Logentries is a leading SaaS-delivered log management and log analytics service, developed to make machine-generated log data and insights simply accessible to developers, operations, and business analytics customers. While traditional log management and analytics solutions require advanced technical skills to use, and are costly to set-up, Logentries provides an accessible alternative for managing huge amounts of data, visualizing insights that matter, and sharing that information across the business. With more than 25,000 users in over 100 countries, Logentries is processing billions of events everyday. To sign up for the free Logentries service, visit www.logentries.com.

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