Log Data Out Of Control?
Chronosphere Simplifies Your Log Data Management

Focus on the data and insights that matter and remediate faster

Control Log Costs and Complexity

Logs are a critical part of troubleshooting. Developers need logs to help resolve issues and manage application workflow. But the sheer amount of log data created is expensive and hard to dissect. Existing log routing and management approaches don’t help reduce complexity or storage costs.

Chronosphere’s log solutions help customers significantly reduce log volumes, simplify their log operations, and gain greater control over their log data. And all that leads to lower costs and happier, more efficient, developers.

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"By 2026, 40% of log telemetry will be processed through a telemetry pipeline product, an increase from less than 10% in 2022."

Telemetry Pipeline

Simplify and streamline the collection, transformation and routing of all logs, from any source to any destination. Continuing with Calyptia’s commitment to open standards and connections, you can route to any observability, object storage, log analytics, or SIEM back end.

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Logs in the Observability Platform

As part of the highly scalable and performant logging solution, gain control over what log data is maintained for targeted insights. Transform log data in flight, before routing to either Chronosphere or a cloud object store, to reduce data volumes which saves time and money.


Logs: Love 'em, don't leave em

Thursday, June 20, 2024 | 10:00 AM PST

Rachel Dines
Rachel Dines

Head of Product & Solutions Marketing

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Bill Hineline

Field CTO

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Alok Bhide

Head of Product Innovation

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Eddie Dinel

Product Management Lead