BindPlane vs sqs-s3-logger

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BindPlane vs sqs-s3-logger: What are the differences?

What is 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.

What is sqs-s3-logger? Serverless logging to S3. A library to persist messages on S3 using serverless architecture. It is mainly targeted at cheaply archiving low-volume, sporadic events from applications without a need to spin additional infrastructure.

BindPlane and sqs-s3-logger can be categorized as "Log Management" tools.

sqs-s3-logger is an open source tool with 182 GitHub stars and 9 GitHub forks. Here's a link to sqs-s3-logger's open source repository on GitHub.

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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 sqs-s3-logger?

A library to persist messages on S3 using serverless architecture. It is mainly targeted at cheaply archiving low-volume, sporadic events from applications without a need to spin additional infrastructure.

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