BindPlane vs Papertrail

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BindPlane vs Papertrail: What are the differences?

BindPlane: Relationship-aware stream of metrics and logs in real time. It delivers a relationship-aware stream of metrics and logs in real time. It seamlessly connects stacks outside of Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to Stackdriver for unified monitoring. It also allows you to close monitoring gaps for key application workloads running on GCP, like Microsoft SQL Server and SAP and dramatically reduce IT operations data management tasks. We also do the same for New Relic Insights and Microsoft Azure Monitor; Papertrail: Hosted log management for servers, apps, and cloud services. Papertrail helps detect, resolve, and avoid infrastructure problems using log messages. Papertrail's practicality comes from our own experience as sysadmins, developers, and entrepreneurs.

BindPlane and Papertrail can be categorized as "Log Management" tools.

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Pros of BindPlane
Pros of Papertrail
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    • 86
      Log search
    • 43
      Easy log aggregation across multiple machines
    • 43
      Integrates with Heroku
    • 37
      Simple interface
    • 26
      Backup to S3
    • 19
      Easy setup, independent of existing logging setup
    • 15
      Heroku add-on
    • 3
      Command line interface
    • 1
      Alerting
    • 1
      Good for Startups

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    Cons of BindPlane
    Cons of Papertrail
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      • 2
        Expensive
      • 1
        External Network Goes Down You Wont Be Logging

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      What is BindPlane?

      It delivers a relationship-aware stream of metrics and logs in real time. It seamlessly connects stacks outside of Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to Stackdriver for unified monitoring. It also allows you to close monitoring gaps for key application workloads running on GCP, like Microsoft SQL Server and SAP and dramatically reduce IT operations data management tasks. We also do the same for New Relic Insights and Microsoft Azure Monitor.

      What is Papertrail?

      Papertrail helps detect, resolve, and avoid infrastructure problems using log messages. Papertrail's practicality comes from our own experience as sysadmins, developers, and entrepreneurs.

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