Last updated at Mon, 30 Oct 2017 20:02:14 GMT
With the introduction of a centralized, aggregated view of your logs, we enabled our users to see their entire stack in one view and to quickly correlate different logs together. This log aggregation viewpoint provides much deeper insight into what is occurring across your logs from various sources.
We thought that the Log Aggregation View was pretty cool, so we are very excited to launch log Groups which add even more flexibility to save and monitor a selection of logs by your custom grouping. A single Group consists of a number of selected logs and a specific name. All of your created Groups will be displayed underneath the Log Aggregated View which can be shared across your team.
You can now simply select a series of logs from the Aggregation View and press the Create Group button to create a group. This allows you to quickly view different series of logs in quick succession. You can also save that setting and easily return to that custom view again. When you decide you want to add additional logs to that Group, simply search for them and select from the list as seen below.
In the example below, you can see I have selected my Web Log Group which shows me all of my Web Logs across my hosts in Logentries. Instead of manually clicking through the logs I wish to view, I can now simply click on my Group to get the series of logs straight away.
With this feature viewing multiple logs has never been easier. Check out how to Group your logs with a free Logentries service, or shoot us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.