Coralogix vs LogSense

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Coralogix vs LogSense: What are the differences?

Developers describe Coralogix as "Machine learning powered log analytics". Coralogix automatically clusters millions of log records back into their patterns and finds connections between those patterns to form the baseline flows of each software individually, thus helping companies to get a hold of their log data and proactively solve their production problems. On the other hand, LogSense is detailed as "Intelligent log monitoring, analytics and vulnerability discovery". It makes it easy to understand what’s happening in your environment. You can submit any type of log (including web logs, application logs, and system logs) for parsing and analysis. All with no training, no agents, or hassles Our patent-pending machine learning engine can parse all logs – even if the pattern is unknown. Once parsed, unknown logs will be displayed so that the keys can be renamed as desired. All future logs will be recognized with those keys and are available for charting and alerting immediately based on any defined criteria you establish..

Coralogix and LogSense can be categorized as "Log Management" tools.

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What is Coralogix?

Coralogix is a stateful streaming data platform that provides real-time insights and long-term trend analysis with no reliance on storage or indexing, solving the monitoring challenges of data growth in large-scale systems.

What is LogSense?

It makes it easy to understand what’s happening in your environment. You can submit any type of log (including web logs, application logs, and system logs) for parsing and analysis. All with no training, no agents, or hassles. Our patent-pending machine learning engine can parse all logs – even if the pattern is unknown. Once parsed, unknown logs will be displayed so that the keys can be renamed as desired. All future logs will be recognized with those keys and are available for charting and alerting immediately based on any defined criteria you establish.

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    What are some alternatives to Coralogix and LogSense?
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