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The June Walkthrough Webinar was broadcasted & recorded on June 9th 2016. This broadcast included a Logentries demonstration and live Q&A.

Below is a sample of some of the questions asked by the audience following the demonstration. To try out the features mentioned below sign up for a Logentries free trial.

  1. “Where can I store the log data collected by Logentries?”
    Log data captured by Logentries is stored in our cloud infrastructure and will remain available through for the duration of your account’s retention period.
    You can also store your log data in your own Amazon S3 bucket (in perpetuity) by using our S3 archiving functionality or the Datahub.
  2. “Does the query bar offer autocomplete of field names?”
    Yes. When your log data is sent in a format support by Logentries automated log parsing your key names will be offered to you as suggestions while typing in the query bar. Logentries automatically parses JSON data and other key value pair data. As well as data sent from Apache, NGINX, and syslog. Checkout the video in the question below for a demonstration of the autocomplete functionality.
  3. “What analytic functions are available in the query language?”
    The Logentries Query Language (LEQL) has many analytic functions, such as: Bytes(), Timeslice(), Groupby(), Sort()Percentile(), Median, Min, Max, Count, Unique, Sum, Average, and we are adding more all the time! To learn more about this robust and easy to use query language see the video below:building-a-query-cover-image
  4. “Can I add additional users to my account?”
    All paid Logentries plans include unlimited users. Watch the video below for a walkthrough of how to add users to your account.adding-users-cover-image
  5. “What devices, servers, and applications can I capture log data from with Logentries?”
    Logentries can capture log data from a huge variety of sources such as Linux, Windows, Syslog, Amazon Web Services, Docker, Java applications, .NET applications, and much much more.
    The video below discusses a subset of the sources Logentries can capture log data from and demonstrates installing the Linux agent.sending-data-cover-image