LogDNA has announced Log Data Restoration, a new capability that will allow users to pull historical logs out of archived storage and into LogDNA for analysis. According to LogDNA, it can be costly to keep logs in hot storage, which is why many get archived.
“True observability requires that data consumers can find insights they need — quickly and without barriers to access. However, the costs associated with keeping enriched data readily available present an impossible choice for teams that need to balance their budget with the growing need for those insights,” said Tucker Callaway, CEO of LogDNA. “Log Data Restoration effectively lowers the hurdle of analyzing historical log data for faster decision making.”