BindPlane vs Timber.io

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BindPlane vs Timber.io: What are the differences?

Developers describe BindPlane as "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. On the other hand, Timber.io is detailed as "Automatically convert logs from messy, hard-to-use, raw text to rich, useful, clean events". Timber.io is a cloud based logging platform, specifically engineered for Ruby, Elixir and Node apps. It automatically structures your log data with it's open source packages, makes the lines readable, adds valuable context, and lets you easily create graphs and alerts from your logs.

BindPlane and Timber.io can be primarily classified as "Log Management" tools.

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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 Timber.io?

Timber.io is a cloud based logging platform, specifically engineered for Ruby, Elixir and Node apps. It automatically structures your log data with it's open source packages, makes the lines readable, adds valuable context, and lets you easily create graphs and alerts from your logs.

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What are some alternatives to BindPlane and Timber.io?
Logstash
Logstash is a tool for managing events and logs. You can use it to collect logs, parse them, and store them for later use (like, for searching). If you store them in Elasticsearch, you can view and analyze them with Kibana.
ELK
It is the acronym for three open source projects: Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana. Elasticsearch is a search and analytics engine. Logstash is a server‑side data processing pipeline that ingests data from multiple sources simultaneously, transforms it, and then sends it to a "stash" like Elasticsearch. Kibana lets users visualize data with charts and graphs in Elasticsearch.
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.
SLF4J
It is a simple Logging Facade for Java (SLF4J) serves as a simple facade or abstraction for various logging frameworks allowing the end user to plug in the desired logging framework at deployment time.
Logback
It is intended as a successor to the popular log4j project. It is divided into three modules, logback-core, logback-classic and logback-access. The logback-core module lays the groundwork for the other two modules, logback-classic natively implements the SLF4J API so that you can readily switch back and forth between logback and other logging frameworks and logback-access module integrates with Servlet containers, such as Tomcat and Jetty, to provide HTTP-access log functionality.
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