Cloud Log Analytics overview
Available in Classic and VPC
You can collect, analyze, and store various logs that are generated while using the services provided by NAVER Cloud Platform, using Cloud Log Analytics in NAVER Cloud Platform.
Please see below for detailed descriptions about the various features that Cloud Log Analytics offers.
- Real-time log collection: you can collect all log files generated by NAVER Cloud Platform services as text in real time, including servers, and view them on the dashboard.
- Search logs: You can search all logs collected from multiple services by applying various options, such as search by time, keyword search, and Lucene Query search.
- Log data storage and downloading: Two or more copies of collected data are distributed and saved in independent repositories that are logically separated, and they can be downloaded in as an Excel file or exported to Object Storage.
- Provision of various features for log management and analysis (scheduled): it provides delivery of real-time keyword notifications, custom dashboards, RESTful API, and integrated log collection from NAVER Cloud Platform services.
Cloud Log Analytics provides services in Korea, U.S., Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, and Germany regions. The service content is identical in all the regions. Please check the following table of contents and their details for smooth use of Cloud Log Analytics.
- Cloud Log Analytics overview: introduction to Cloud Log Analytics, related useful resources, and FAQ
- Prerequisites for using Cloud Log Analytics: prerequisites for Cloud Log Analytics introduction to the environmental specifications to use , provided log templates, restrictions, pricing plan, and collection restricted status
- Cloud Log Analytics scenarios: introduction to overall process of using Cloud Log Analytics
- Getting started with Cloud Log Analytics: the console provides how to request for use of Cloud Log Analytics, change the pricing plan, unsubscribe the service, and collect logs.
- Using Cloud Log Analytics: features available in Cloud Log Analytics and their instructions
- Requests or cancels the subscription: how to request and cancel subscription to Cloud Log Analytics
- Management: how to check and download the list of services that collect logs, enable and disable log collection, and set daily report subscriptions
- Dashboard: introduction to the Dashboard page where log data can be viewed in real time
- Search: how to search for logs and export search results to Object Storage or download them as an Excel file
- Export Log: how to enable and disable automatic log export to Object Storage and check the export settings history and execution history
- Managing Cloud Log Analytics permissions: introduction to managing permissions for Cloud Log Analytics using Sub Account
- Cloud Log Analytics glossary: introduction to important terms and their descriptions in using Cloud Log Analytics
- Cloud Log Analytics release notes: Cloud Log Analytics guide update history
NAVER Cloud Platform provides a variety of related resources as well as the guide to help customers better understand Cloud Log Analytics. If you're a developer or marketer in need of detailed information while you're considering adopting Cloud Log Analytics for your company or establishing data related policies, then please make good use of the resources below.
Improvement in comprehension and usage methods for Cloud Log Analytics
- Cloud Log Analytics API Guide: API usage methods for Cloud Log Analytics developers
- Ncloud use environment guide: a guide on VPC and Classic environment and supported features
- Cloud Log Analytics blog introduction: an introduction to Cloud Log Analytics of the official blog of NAVER Cloud Platform
- Pricing introduction, characteristics, detailed features: summary of Cloud Log Analytics pricing system, characteristics, and detailed features
- Latest service news: latest news related to Cloud Log Analytics
- FAQ: frequently asked questions by Cloud Log Analytics users
- Contact us: send direct inquiries in case of any unresolved questions that aren't answered by the guide.
- Easy start guide: introduction to how to collect logs by Cloud Log Analytics
Guides for integrated services required for the use of Cloud Log Analytics
You can get your questions answered quickly by referring to the answers in the FAQ before reading the guide. If you haven't found the answer to your question in the FAQ below, then search the guide for what you would like to know.
Q. What kind of data can I collect?
A. A. Cloud Log Analytics can collect any kind of log data file that is generated in text format. Templates are provided for frequently-used logs, and logs without templates can also be collected using the custom log feature. For available log templates, see Prerequisites for using Cloud Log Analytics.
Q. How is stored data managed?
- Two or more replicas of the customer data are distributed and saved in independent repositories that are logically separated.
- The data is then deleted in the following cases.
- If the retention period passes, the data from the past up until the previous day is deleted every day.
- If the size of the data exceeds the storage capacity, up to 30% of the oldest data is deleted sequentially.
- All data is deleted when the Cloud Log Analytics service subscription is cancelled.
Q. I can't cancel my subscription.
A. If you use the log management of Cloud Log Analytics in PaaS in NAVER Cloud Platform such as Cloud DB for MySQL, Cloud DB for MSSQL, and Cloud DB for MongoDB, you cannot cancel your subscription to Cloud Log Analytics. You need to first cancel or terminate the applicable service before cancelling your subscription to Cloud Log Analytics.
Q. Can I try it out as a test?
A. The Standard pricing plan of Cloud Log Analytics provides the log collection feature and average monthly log storage capacity of 1 GB for free. For more information, see Usage fee.
Q. Can the log of Auto Scaling server be automatically sent to Cloud Log Analytics?
A. If you create an Auto Scaling group by using an image of a server collected and set in the Cloud Log Analytics, the log of the created server by Auto Scaling is sent to the Cloud Log Analytics without a separate setting. For more information, see Collect logs.