The LogMe Service provides fully managed instances of Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana. With Logme you can search and visualize service and application logs at scale. With the LogMe Service, it's possible to provision instances in multiple sizes and use them with your application. The LogMe instances run on dedicated instances, to ensure isolation and high performance. It's possible to choose cluster plans that ensure resilient operations with minimum downtimes for production scenarios, and single instance plans that are not recommended for production workloads. To match raising demands, it's possible to upgrade to larger plans. Smoke tests, service guards and automatic backups using Backup Manager ensure a safe and secure operation of LogMe and the data within.
Developers can create instances of a LogMe server or cluster using STACKIT portal or the Cloud Foundry Command Line interface (cf CLI), and bind these instances to an application to monitor it, or use them to monitor services. Depending on your service plan, a service instance may be associated with a single, dedicated VM, or a set of VMs consisting of multiple VMs containing a LogMe cluster.
- Search and visualize application and service logs at scale using the ELK stack
- On-Demand provisioning: simple and fast provisioning of new service instances of different sizes
- Service instance isolation: provisioning on dedicated instances (bad neighborhood protection)
- Easy upscaling with service plan upgrades
- High availability: Clusters ensure resilient operations with minimum downtimes
- Logging and monitoring: transfer of logs and monitoring information to defined endpoints
More details are available in the vendor documentation.