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· 8 min read
Favour Daniel

Logs are useful for troubleshooting and identifying issues in applications, as they provide a record of events and activities. However, managing log data can be challenging due to the large volume of log events generated by modern applications, as well as the need to balance the level of detail in the logs and the impact on the application's performance.

· 10 min read
Muskan Paliwal

Modern-day software systems emit millions of log lines per minute. Cloud computing and containerization have made it easy to have distributed systems. Distributed systems emit logs from multiple sources. While developers have always used logs to debug stand-alone applications, centralized logging solves the challenges of modern-day distributed software systems.

· 13 min read
Vaishnavi Abirami

Microservices logging is the practice of tracking and recording the activities of specific services in a distributed microservices architecture. Logging is an important aspect of any software system, and it is more critical for a microservices architecture as there are many small, independent services interacting with each other.

· 6 min read
Ankit Anand

Client logging refers to the practice of collecting and storing log messages generated by client software, such as a web browser or mobile application. These log messages can provide valuable information about the behavior and performance of the client software, as well as any errors or issues that may have occurred.