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Loggly vs Timber.io: What are the differences?

Developers describe Loggly as "Log Management, Simplified in the Cloud". The world's most popular cloud-based log management service delivers application intelligence. 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.

Loggly and Timber.io belong to "Log Management" category of the tech stack.

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Pros of Loggly
Pros of Timber.io
  • 37
    Centralized log management
  • 25
    Easy to setup
  • 21
    Great filtering
  • 16
    Live logging
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    Json log support
  • 10
    Log Management
  • 10
    Alerting
  • 7
    Great Dashboards
  • 7
    Love the product
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    Heroku Add-on
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    Easy to setup and use
  • 2
    Easy setup
  • 2
    No alerts in free plan
  • 2
    Great UI
  • 2
    Good parsing
  • 2
    Powerful
  • 2
    Fast search
  • 2
    Backup to S3
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    Cons of Loggly
    Cons of Timber.io
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      Pricey after free plan
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      What is Loggly?

      It is a SaaS solution to manage your log data. There is nothing to install and updates are automatically applied to your Loggly subdomain.

      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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