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Flexible Log Filtering

Posted by @lmarburger on

The set of interesting log messages changes depending on the context. Log messages which are useful while in the middle of an outage, or to debug a kernel error, can be noise during day-to-day operations. As of today, it’s easier to choose the messages which are currently useful to you.

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Welcoming Ryan Heath to Papertrail

Posted by @troyd on

It started with an email through Flickr way back in

  1. Papertrail’s co-founder, Eric Lindvall, saw a portfolio which caught his eye. Eric sent an unsolicited message to the designer, Ryan Heath, using the only method that Eric could find — Flickr. After a few interactions, Ryan began collaborating with the team, and a step that’s felt inevitable has finally happened: we’re thrilled to officially welcome Ryan Heath as Papertrail’s UI caretaker.
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New search alerts dashboard

Posted by @lmarburger on

Search alerts are my favorite feature of Papertrail. Almost every organization considers at least one subset of logs worthy of human attention, whether as a daily summary or an instant notification. That’s precisely why alerts exist. We’ve released a number of improvements to how alerts are managed. Below are a few of our favorites.

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