LogDNA is pleased to announce the release of several new features for our log management, processing, and analysis platform.
Variable Retention allows users to retain logs in the LogDNA user interface (UI) for only as long as they are relevant and then to archive them for long-term storage. This helps reduce total cost of operation while ensuring that users have the right information when they need it.
For more information, check out the Variable Retention topic in our documentation.
Enterprise Organizations is a suite of features that gives LogDNA users with large deployment scenarios more control and the ability to fine-tune their enterprise account setup.
For more information, check out the Enterprise Organizations topics in our documentation.
You can now set gigabyte-based usage thresholds on a per-day basis in addition to a per-month basis. More importantly, when users hit set percentages of their limit, they can now elect to start excluding logs from being stored in LogDNA.
Log Data Restoration lets you store your logs more cost-effectively in cold storage, and then recall them back into LogDNA when needed.
For more information, check out the Log Data Retention topic in our documentation.