Get more out of your observability license

  • Process 100% of your log data as soon as it’s created at the source
  • Condense overwhelming log volumes into patterns and lightweight metrics for a simpler experience
  • Power dashboards with log analytics, not complete raw datasets, for optimal capacity allocation

Access all your log data – always searchable at any retention

  • Store all your full-fidelity logs to the object storage of your choice
  • Search on all your log data directly from Edge Delta without relying on an index
  • Retain all your log data for as long as you need, with total control over lifecycle policy

Identify and index exactly what your teams need

  • Automatically capture and index data tied to important activities, such as anomalies or deployments
  • Quickly identify the data you need by grouping recurring loglines into patterns
  • Route raw data from object storage to your observability platform at any time

Fama reduces observability spend by 60%

A leading background screening company optimized observability spend by processing all of their log data at the source using Edge Delta.

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Explore the features our customers love

  • Patterns

    Auto-generated log patterns help you filter through noisy loglines and quickly identify changes in your environment.

  • Live Search Object Storage

    Ability to search and run queries on all log data living in the object storage of your choice.

  • Data Transforms

    Processors help you enrich and optimally format log data to derive more value within downstream systems.

  • Logs to Metrics

    High-volume, overwhelming datasets are summarized into lightweight KPIs that are easy to track over time.

  • Anomaly Detection

    Every anomaly is caught automatically – even those that would otherwise go unnoticed.

  • Raw Data Capture

    Raw logs tied to anomalies, deployments, and anything else you want to monitor are automatically indexed.

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