LogDevice vs NanoLog: What are the differences?
LogDevice: Log storage for high-durability low-latency streaming use cases (by Facebook). LogDevice is a scalable and fault tolerant distributed log system. While a file-system stores and serves data organized as files, a log system stores and delivers data organized as logs. The log can be viewed as a record-oriented, append-only, and trimmable file; NanoLog: A Nanosecond Scale Logging System. It is an extremely performant nanosecond scale logging system for C++ that exposes a simple printf-like API and achieves over 80 million logs/second at a median latency of just over 7 nanoseconds.
LogDevice and NanoLog can be primarily classified as "Logging" tools.
LogDevice and NanoLog are both open source tools. It seems that LogDevice with 1.55K GitHub stars and 143 forks on GitHub has more adoption than NanoLog with 538 GitHub stars and 33 GitHub forks.