• 21 Oct 2022
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Middleware's log monitoring system helps you to collect logs across multiple sources such as your server, container, cloud environment, and application. You can easily collect, process, explore, and monitor logs with Middleware. 


To set up log monitoring at the infrastructure level, you need to install the agent, and to monitor logs at your application level, you can configure your application.

Explore your logs

Once the APM configuration is done, your logs are available in Logs section. This is where you can visualize your logs. Logs are updated in real-time.
You can search logs by service name and filter logs for different time ranges.


You can see number of logs for different time ranges in chart format. This includes all the logs captured from your application. 

Search & Filter

You can search logs by typing error name or service name in the search bar. You can use the left panel to filter logs by application, infrastructure, message, etc. 


This shows the date&time of that log.


This shows the name of the service for a specific log.


You can see the timeline view for the log.


This shows the count of that log.


This shows the criticality of log, It can be info, error, and warning.

Option to add filter directly from a log in a click

You can use Middleware's one-click filter feature to add any log parameter to directly filter logs by clicking on that value in the log listing.
Refer to this video to learn how one-click filter works.

Go to log detail

You can see details of the log by clicking on the information icon on any particular log. Refer to this video to learn how to get log details.

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