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Build better software, faster, with a little help from Sumo Logic

End-to-end observability and search across all your logs, metrics, and traces to find root causes, and assess your mean time to resolution (MTTR) in real-time

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Observability tools for Developers

Find, and resolve, issues faster with CI/CD tools designed by engineers like you

Reduce downtime and solve customer-impacting issues faster with an integrated observability platform for all of your application data including logs, metrics, and traces across the entire development lifecycle. Sumo Logic’s integrated analytics platform seamlessly correlates system issues measured by performance monitoring, the deep visibility provided by logging, user experience monitoring provided by tracing and transaction analytics, and security visibility with integrated security analytics. These same CI/CD tools for devops also provide sophisticated analytics that engineers need to uncover and solve the most complicated issues quickly.

Observability tools for Developers

Monitor all the moving parts

“With Sumo Logic we are able to continuously monitor all the moving parts from idea inception to production deployment and back again. We can have honest conversations about how we deliver, monitor, and improve quality software.”


Mike Millgate

Technical Quality Architect

Software Development Optimization

Continuous Intelligence for Continuous Delivery

Sumo Logic enables developers to continuously benchmark and optimize for best performance and quality by automatically correlating log data from their CI/CD tools. Automated setup with Terraform means out of the box integrations across tools such as Jira, GitHub, Jenkins, Bitbucket, PagerDuty, OpsGenie, and more. Benchmark performance against the industry-leading DevOps and Research Assessment (DORA) metrics:

  • Deployment Frequency (DF), which measures how often code is deployed to production

  • Lead time (MLT), which quantifies how long it takes to go from code commit to a completed production deployment

  • Mean time to resolution (or MTTR), which measures the average elapsed time from when a service incident occurs to when it is resolved

  • Change failure ratio (CFR), which describes the percentage of deployments to production that subsequently require remediation

Software Development Optimization

Distributed Transaction Tracing

Traces help you pinpoint exactly where in your software the issue may have originated

Sumo Logic Tracing enables teams to monitor and troubleshoot transaction execution and performance across a distributed application environment. Tracing data is fully integrated with logs, metrics, and metadata in order to provide a seamless end-to-end experience during the process of managing and responding to production incidents, and to reduce downtime by streamlining root cause analysis. Sumo Logic Tracing supports the OpenTelemetry standard and leverages open source componentry from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) to collect distributed tracing data

Distributed Transaction Tracing

Flexible, modern licensing

Licensing models should enable your team, not restrict them

Your team should never feel obligated to make architectural choices or change your telemetry in order to satisfy the arbitrary restrictions of your vendor’s licensing model. Machine-data from microservices architectures can’t be force fed into legacy, server-based models, and you should never be penalized for creating custom telemetry that will benefit your business and your customers.

Sumo Logic’s flexible credit-based licensing hands complete control to customers and never penalizes usage or architecture choices. And the Infrequent Data Tier removes the Data Tax and allows customers to ingest data without worrying about excessive analytics costs.

Flexible, modern licensing

Optimize software development and delivery

LendingTree counts on Sumo Logic and Kubernetes to slash revenue-disrupting incidents while also attaining cloud vendor independence.