Sumo Logic, a provider of cloud-native machine data analytics, has announced the general availability of Unified Logs and Metrics (ULM), a machine data analytics platform that can ingest, index and analyze metrics and log data together in real-time.
The Sumo Logic platform unifies logs and metrics, transforming a variety of data types into real-time continuous intelligence for modern applications and business insights.
Handling data natively means that Sumo Logic’s platform works within the context of each data type’s unique form, making log and metric analytics viewable in real-time via graphical, interactive dashboards. Log and metric data can be viewed side-by-side or contextually overlaid.
ULM offers out of the box support for Host Metrics such as CPU, memory, disk usage and AWS CloudWatch metrics – from services like AWS Cloud Trail, Elastic Load Balancing, Amazon Kinesis, AWS Config, VPC Flow Logs and Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3).
In a statement, Sumo Logic said that the early access program for ULM has seen “broad customer demand” from early access partners including Hudl, Cloud Cruiser, and Red Ventures.
“Cloud-native machine learning systems are transforming the way digital businesses operate,” said Kalyan Ramanathan, VP of product marketing for Sumo Logic. “Sumo Logic scales with the demands of modern applications and can easily handle the volume of machine data caused by spikes and bursts experienced on a day-to-day basis. With the general availability of Unified Logs and Metrics, customers are better equipped to take advantage of disruptive trends, such as public cloud adoption, DevOps, security forensics and machine data analytics.”
Sumo Logic’s ULM platform is currently available for Sumo’s Professional and Enterprise grade customers.
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