Here at Logit we’ve taken the best open source logging software in the world and added what you need to ensure an easily affordable, compliant & fully managed Elastic Stack. Our platform is built with scalability and observability in mind saving hundreds of hours of your Dev/Ops teams, allowing them to get back to deploying code and allowing your business to grow faster as a result. Every feature needed for logging at scale, we've added it.

When you hear log management, you think ELK (commonly known as the Elastic Stack). There's a reason. Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana & Beats working together are so powerful, whether it's securing role-based access or alerting on mission-critical services. Deploying in production brings a whole new set of requirements that our platform handles with ease.

What can I do with Logit?

Simplify your log management: The Logit platform makes management of your ELK stacks simple, add isolated stacks in minutes, all highly available and production ready.

  • Search your logs in realtime: Ask a question and get answers quickly, even at scale. Ship logs with Filebeat and Metricbeat, index into Elasticsearch and analyse in Kibana in seconds. 

  • Detect threats before they become a problem: Get a complete picture of what's happening across your systems in real time. Use alerts to analyse your data as it's indexed and stop malicious events in their tracks. 

  • Analyse security analytics fast: It's not a matter of if but when attacks will happen on your infrastructure. When your teams need answers fast, ELK has got your back. 

Who uses Logit?

  • DevOps teams: who need to smartly gather metrics, analyse proxy or firewall logs and respond to critical security incidents.

  • Software Development teams: who need to understand application performance and bottlenecks, and be alerted to issues with their code.

  • Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) Teams: who need to interactively hunt for threats and easily look back over time, to identify when a breach occurred.

  • Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) teams: to detect any potential errors within infrastructure that could be critical to the service.

  • Legal and Security compliance teams: who need to ensure legal or auditing requirements in products that require easily accessible logs for specific periods of time.

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