Drill-down, Search & Chart your Logs and Metrics

In addition to its machine learning Incident Detection and Root Cause capabilities, Zebrium is also a powerful platform to aggregate, drill down and search your logs and metrics, build dashboards and quickly define custom alerts.

You can view all your logs in the logs tab:

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Filter your logs by log type, severity, or any custom labels attached with the logs. You can filter “in” or “out” any logs by any of the above criteria:

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Quickly jump to a particular time, and visualize heatmaps for a specified time range using the intuitive and flexible time navigator:

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Quickly search and filter your logs with PCRe-2 regex compliant search:

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The search operation automatically gives you a heatmap of search results within your specified time window. The heatmap provides you with a visual overview of the search match distribution. Hovering over any of the squares in the heatmap gives you a count of hits within the time period. Clicking on the heatmap navigates the log viewer to the closest matching log event.

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Save any combination of filters as named views for future re-use:

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Chart any numeric or string field in your logs simply by clicking on it and picking the Display Chart option from the pop up menu. Note that Zebrium ML auto-parses each event type so you don't have to build manual parsing rules. 

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Recenter a chart by clicking on any point. You can also navigate to points of interest in the chart by double clicking a data point - this moves the log viewer to the matching log event.

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Going back to the log viewer, you can simply click on any event or field in an event to create a heatmap of a specific event type.

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The heatmap tool is fast and powerful. Depending on the type of heatmap (heatmap of an event type, or heatmap of a variable within an event type), it can highlight event count, or conditional counts (when a specific field in the event matches a particular value such as a specific IP address), or scale the heatmap intensity according to the value of a numeric field.

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Finally, if you need more advanced dashboard capabilities, you can take advantage of our Grafana integration (within our UI, or self hosted by you).

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