One of the less used features of Logscape, is the groovy script action when alerting. Despite how powerful this feature is, it’s often left by the wayside. Today we’re going to walk through using the groovy event to log the alerts to a channel on your slack server. Continue reading
Logscape 3.2 introduced native JSON support, meaning that when working with JSON data there’s no need for datatypes, instead Logscape automatically pulls the keys from your structure.
This removes the sometimes daunting configuration step, and instead lets you get straight down to business with visualising your data. With that in mind, today we’re going to be embracing our inner geek, and get to work visualising some JSON from the game EvE Online™.
Logscape and Splunk share a lot of overlap, and there is one question we get asked quite often by people looking to migrate from Splunk to Logscape.
How do we convert Splunk searches and Workspaces into Logscape?
Unfortunately, there’s no magic cure or just click here style solution. Fortunately it is significantly easier than you think.
We’re going to cover converting Splunk searches into their Logscape equivalent.
Logscape Analytics’ are incredibly powerful, however, are you using them to their full potential? In this blog post we’re going to go over some of the less used analytics, show you how to use them, and hopefully inspire you to use your Logscape instance in new and exciting ways. So, without further ado let’s get into some searches. Continue reading
The Problem of Ticket Tracking
Systems tend to have workflows – where an object or ticket are passed around different systems. As someone responsible for monitoring such a system, I need to be able to keep track of the events to ensure that customers get served and orders processed. My main aim in this example is to track how long it takes to process tickets.
This kind of assumes you already have a Logscape environment running. If you don’t, download it now and get started!