Built.io Partners with Loggly
June 15, 2017

Built.io, a technology provider with solutions that enable organizations to accelerate their digital transformation, has partnered with Loggly to capture system and application data records across all of its products and cloud platforms.

Loggly provides monitoring capabilities that address core developer requirements for individuals and teams building on Built.io’s application development and integration platform. Analyzing logs and other application data in enterprise cloud environments is a fundamental responsibility for anyone developing and managing cloud stacks. Log management helps optimize configurations to increase performance, maximize uptime and troubleshoot issues, and is a prerequisite for enterprise security and compliance requirements.

Tight integration between Built.io’s platform and Loggly’s log management capabilities provides Built.io customers real-time insights on what’s happening with their applications. The joint solution enables advanced audit and reporting capabilities, and is suitable for highly regulated industries and geographies where recording of key information, such as system logs and access records, is paramount.

“Over the last 10 years, we’ve evaluated and used pretty much every major DevOps tool on the market,” said Nishant Patel, CTO of Built.io. “But not all tools are impactful. Since adopting Loggly, our customers have benefited greatly from more efficient log management and it’s now a standard part of our recommended toolset.”

“Machine intelligence is key to continued digital transformation within the enterprise,” said Charlie Oppenheimer, CEO of Loggly. “Companies need to take a data-driven approach to building and running their applications, backed by technology and expertise. We have partnered with Built.io because of the platform’s proven ability to accelerate transformational initiatives for our joint customers and their DevOps experience.”

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