Scalyr follow up

Hi Jon,

I received your request for more information about Scalyr and I would be happy
to give you a quick introduction to the product. Would you mind sharing what
you are currently using for logging/monitoring? Are there any specific pain
points you are looking to address?

Thanks,
Casey
www.scalyr.com

Announcing our new UI beta w/ live tail,a brand new graphing feature,SNMP support,and more_

August 2016 Product Update

New UI Beta w/ Live Tail,
Breakdown Graphs, SNMP support, and more_

August 18, 2016

( https:/opt-in )

New UI Beta: Logs &
Graphs

Last year we began a
ground-up rewrite of the Scalyr interface. Our goal was to
preserve the speed and power that made people love Scalyr while
making it easier to learn, quicker to use, and let’s face it
easier on the eyes.

Today, we invite you to
give it a shot. You’ll find more information available at a
glance, better use of screen space, and you may discover new
product features that had been too hard to find before.

Try the New UI

Breakdown Graphs

We’re excited to announce
this much-requested feature. A breakdown graph allows you to
quickly take any plot (such as error rate) and break it down by
server, URL, or any other field in your log. This makes it much
easier to narrow down problems.

Read More

Multi-Plot Graphs

The ability to view
multiple plots in a single graph view is now available in the New
UI. This feature brings New UI Graphs to parity with our Classic
UI and is only accessible via multi-plot Dashboards at the
moment. We’ll be iterating quickly and adding new features to
build multi-plot graphs directly from the Graph view very soon.

Explore Multi-Plot Graphs

Live Tail in the New UI

One of our most-requested
additions, we’ve brought Live Tail support to the New UI. The
log view will now automatically refresh your search query and
stream new results to you in near real-time.

Try Live Tail

Scalyr Agent Now Collects
Metrics from Network Devices via SNMP

The Scalyr Agent now
includes an SNMP monitor ( https:/snmp ) to collect metrics
from network devices. You can use this to collect data from
routers, firewalls, or other devices that support the SNMP
protocol.

Read More

Arbitrary formats for
logs stored in Amazon S3

If you’re working with a
service or application that deposits logs into Amazon S3, you can
now import them into Scalyr ( https:/import-logs-from-s3 ).
Previously, only logs from certain AWS services, such as
CloudFront, were supported. You can now import logs of any type.

Read More

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Re: Scalyr follow up

Jon,

Any questions I might be able to answer about Scalyr? Would you like to
schedule some time next week for a quick screen share/demo of the product?

Thanks,
Casey
www.scalyr.com

On Aug 16, 2016, at 09:37 AM, Casey Clark wrote:

> Hi Jon,

I received your request for more information about Scalyr and I would be happy
to give you a quick introduction to the product. Would you mind sharing what
you are currently using for logging/monitoring? Are there any specific pain
points you are looking to address?

Thanks,
Casey
www.scalyr.com