Log Analytics for ITOps, DevOps, & CloudOps

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Kevin Petrie, VP of Research at Eckerson Group and Thomas Hazel, CTO and Founder at ChaosSearch

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Log analytics can help by providing visibility into the intricate workings of IT components. ITOps, DevOps, and CloudOps engineers can use log analytics to ensure their IT environments meet the rigorous demands of the business. But you need the right log analytics tool to achieve these objectives. View this Webinar to learn: * Objectives, functionality, and use cases for ITOps, DevOps, and CloudOps * How log analytics supports these "ops" disciplines * Questions to address as you evaluate and compare log analytics tools The modern IT organization struggles to manage competing priorities. While ITOps engineers need to stabilize and control their growing environments, DevOps engineers need to accelerate application releases. CloudOps engineers seek to achieve both those goals as they move to cloud platforms, but still must integrate with persistent on-premises systems. This webinar explores why log analytics matters, and will define criteria by which you can evaluate log analytics solutions, including analytical flexibility, ease of use, performance, scalability, and open interoperability — as well as its implications for other types of management tools in your environment.

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