Get up to speed on everything that’s new and improved in the Coralogix platform!
We’ve added some fine touches to the logs view to help you find what you’re looking for faster.
Lucene syntax highlighting makes it easier to read and write queries.
Highlighting is available everywhere in the platform where you can write Lucene queries. In the Explore Screen, terms and fields that match your query are also highlighted within the resulting logs.
You can now acknowledge, assign, and resolve alerts directly from the Insights UI. Use Coralogix as a task allocation and process control UI to extend and consolidate your monitoring and alerting workflow.
Visualize logical groupings of your alerts and their statuses for a powerful “at a glance” view of what’s going on in your systems.
For example, if you group your alerts by cluster and node, the Alerts Map will highlight which cluster-node pairings have one or more triggered alerts.
Query your tracing data with Lucene syntax in the tracing UI. You can now build complex searches for specific fields and phrases contained within traces and spans.
The dependency view is now the default tracing view with the metadata about the trace now shown on the right-hand side of the screen. Hovering over a given node in the graph will reveal a tooltip with information about the trace and associated span.
Organization admins can now create new teams from the “My Teams” tab in the Settings page. To create a new team, fill in the 3-step wizard with your new team name, unit allocation, and team admins.
If you need help getting started, reach out to our support team using the in-app chat!
Prometheus Recording Rules
Prometheus Recording Rules can now be pulled from Coralogix using cURL commands. Use recording rules to pre-compute new timeseries based on existing ones. Once defined, the corresponding recording rules are automatically created as additional metrics in Coralogix.
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AWS Lambda Metrics
Our Lambda extension now supports collection of AWS Lambda metrics for essential invocation measurements. Additionally, CX_Metadata is included alongside incoming documents on the Coralogix platform to provide context around cloud provider, account ID, cloud region and more.
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APM for Amazon EC2
Using Amazon Kineses Data Firehose, you can now send Amazon EC2 metrics to Coralogix and view them on your Coralogix dashboard correlated with relevant traces and spans.
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JumpCloud SCIM Identity Management
New SAML integration with JumpCloud allows you to manage groups and users from in JumpCloud. Once integrated, those changes will be automatically reflected in the Coralogix UI.
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Application Performance Monitoring (APM)
Coralogix now offers key features of Application Performance Monitoring (APM) for modern, cloud-native environments!
With expanded visibility into service performance, you can more effectively monitor latency and pinpoint components responsible for issues like performance degradation or an increase in errors.
Read more about our unique approach to APM and how we can help you turn 30-minute investigations into 30-second discoveries.
OpenTelemetry Support for Logs, Metrics & Traces
You can now use OpenTelemetry to send logs, metrics, and tracing data to Coralogix!
Leverage the popular vendor-neutral, open-source framework for instrumentation and collection of your telemetry data for analysis in the Coralogix platform.
AWS Resource Enrichment
New AWS Resource Enrichment allows you to enrich your logs with tags from Amazon Web Services (AWS) EC2 instances. Use this feature to connect your business and operation metadata from AWS and gain greater insight into your data.
To get started, visit our documentation for setup and configuration.
Lucene Query Auto-Complete
Auto-complete for Lucene queries is now available across the platform. Suggestions are provided for operators (including field range hints) and data type hints!
The Coralogix Extensions lobby has been improved with search, label, and status filters.
In addition, individual extensions can now be deployed to specific applications and subsystems as part of their configuration.
Note that selecting “all applications” or “all subsystems” will apply the extension to all existing and future applications and subsystems created in the Coralogix platform.
Our new Coralogix AWS Lambda Telemetry Exporter is now available in the AWS Serverless Application Repository as an open beta. We encourage you to try it out and welcome any feedback.
Use our new integration with Telegraf Operator to simplify metric collection in Kubernetes. With Telegraf Operator, you only need to define the input plugin configuration for Telegraf when creating the pod annotations. Telegraf Operator then sets the configuration for the entire cluster, avoiding the need to configure a metrics destination when deploying applications.
We’ve updated our integration with Google Cloud Pub/Sub to use a push subscription to send logs to Coralogix.
We recommend to use the updated integration with push subscription as it avoids running any additional software (i.e. functions) in your GCP account which can contribute to operational overhead and costs.
Logs Graph Grouped by Severity
Previously, each column would display a single combined amount for Warning/Error/Critical logs. Now, each severity is stacked and a tooltip displays the breakdown of the severity count.
Clicking a section will navigate to the Explore tab with the relevant severity and timeframe filters applied.
Help Tooltips on Dashboard Widgets
New tooltips have been added to the dashboard widgets with an explanation of the information being displayed.
Top 3 Abnormal Errors – Above Normal / Newly Introduced
The Top 3 Abnormal Errors widget now differentiates between ‘Above Normal’ and ‘Newly Introduced’ errors. ‘Above Normal’ shows the amount above normal that is being seen (e.g. 3.2X normal levels), and ‘Newly Introduced’ shows the number of occurrences of the new errors.
TCO Priority Added as Metadata
A Metadata field is added to each field indicating TCO Level. This can be seen in tooltips within the dashboard.
Tracking Logical Data Types
Logical data types (i.e. IP Addresses, URLs, Emails) are now being detected in addition to raw data types (i.e. String, Number, etc).
This data is also displayed in the column tooltip. If more than one data type has been detected in a field (e.g. IP and String), they will all be displayed in the tooltip.
Content Type Icons added to Column Headers
New icons indicating content type have been added to column headers.
Archive Query Improvements
DataFusion Query Engine Enhancements
The most recent round of improvements to the DataFusion query engine are supporting a conservative 5X increase in query speeds over AWS Athena.
With DataFusion there is no longer a hard limit to the number of partitions that can be scanned, it is restricted only by the resources assigned to it.
22 New Scalar Functions in DataPrime
22 new Scalar functions have been added to DataPrime, including:
Lucene Query Improvements
Autocomplete for Lucene queries has been added within the DataPrime archive query UI, and will soon be added to the standard log query fields across the platform.
Create Tracing alerts for high latency on specified Tags and Services. Tracing alerts can be grouped by different Tags and specified for a specific threshold of Latency and Spans.
‘Group By’ for ‘Less Than’ Alerts
Enhance your ‘Less Than‘ alerts using the ‘Group By’ option. Values under the ‘Group By’ fields are aggregated into a histogram, and an alert will trigger whenever the condition threshold is met for an aggregated value within the specified timeframe.
Enhancements to Logs Screen UI
A new warning icon in the Logs Screen indicates if there are any mapping exceptions in the selected time frame.
To streamline analysis and reduce the screen space each log takes, we added new Row Formats so you can choose how your logs are displayed.
Choose from the following options:
Organization and Admin Console
Some companies prefer separate teams to isolate data based on the environment it originates from like Dev, QA, and Production. While others prefer to isolate the data based on organizational units like Infrastructure, Security, and Application.
Coralogix supports multi-tenancy, allowing a single organization to contain multiple teams. The Org Admin can then manage quota, settings, users, and more at the organization level from a single interface.
Organizations can be created upon request. Please contact us through our in-app chat or via email at [email protected].
New & Improved Dashboard!
Our dashboard just got a refresh!
Get an overview of your system health – informed by all of your observability data – with more in-depth widgets showing a summary of your anomalies, alerts, and more.
Plus, use the new sidebar filters to seamlessly drill down and investigate further with a single click to the Explore UI.
DataPrime Archive Query Syntax
DataPrime is now officially GA!
Use DataPrime to parse and query unstructured data fields on the fly. Plus, generate synthetic fields and run calculations from your archived data. From the query UI, view your query history and access a complete cheat sheet with documentation of the query format and operators.
Explore UI Improvements
Improvements to the Top Graph in the Logs screen enable you to view and investigate your data more efficiently:
The state of columns in the Log Screen are persistent in the URL and custom views can be easily shared with additional team members.
Avg, Max, Min, and Sum aggregations can now be used to visualize log fields that contain numeric values!
Hovering over graphs in tracing will now show a crosshair for faster analysis.
DataMap Filtering & Actions
You can now filter hexagons in the DataMap using multiple Field Operators and Regex.
Create and access Actions from DataMap using metric labels ($l.<labelName>) to seamlessly connect DataMaps to external resources using metric variables and labels.
General UI Improvements
New ‘Go To Explore’ functionality allows you to jump from the Insights UI directly to the relevant query in the Explore tab.
You can now Clone and Delete alerts directly from the main alerts menu!
Added fields that can be shipped in the body of the payload.
Session Timeout & Force Logout
Admins can now configure a session length on the Setting page after which users will be forced to log back in with no dependency on activity.
Define a sequence of alerts in our Drag & Drop Flow Builder UI that combines Logs, Metrics, Tracing, and Security information to create a single alert flow that will trigger based on multiple conditions within defined timeframes.
Use Flow Alerts to generate actionable insights from your observability data:
New Parsing Rules
This month we are introducing 2 new parsing rules to bring more value to customers who have many fields and nested fields in their log data.
The new Stringify JSON Field and Parse JSON Field rules enable you to parse escaped JSON values within a field to a valid JSON object and vice versa – stringify a JSON object to an escaped string.
The DataMap allows you to build custom mappings of your infrastructure using metric data for monitoring system health and quickly identifying issues.
In the Group Editor, you’ll find new options to:
In the DataMap display, use new ‘Compare to others’ functionality to compare an element with 10 others in the same group. Plus, expand and collapse specific groups to minimize the number of displayed elements.
New dynamic graphs and saved views in the Tracing UI enable it to serve as SLA dashboards for any application or service.
In addition to the original default graph for Max duration by Action, there are now two additional default graphs for Count by Service and Error Count by Service.
All three graphs can be customized, and aggregation operators have been added for 99, 95, and 50th percentiles to help deepen your ability to monitor business SLOs.
When investigating traces in the explore section, you can now save your current view and load saved views just like you do in the Logs UI.
*Note that the aggregation operators, as well as the Duration filter in the sidebar, are run over the Spans.
Archive Query Updates
Improvements to the archive query now allow timeframes up to 3 days for added accessibility to data in your remote bucket.
Additional updates to the Archive Query in Explore Screen include:
Build custom mappings of your infrastructure, log-based, and business metrics to visualize and monitor your system health.
Pro-tip! Use tooltips to view additional information about the area of your system that you are looking at in the mapping visualization.
Use our powerful Tracing UI to explore your data and streamline investigations and troubleshooting.
CX-DATA Archive Format
We’ve launched a new archive format based on Parquet that improves archive query performance by 5X!
In addition to the CSV format, supported today, this new CX-DATA format can be configured in your S3 Buckets Settings and selected in the Archive Query screen in the platform.
Snooze Alerts in Alerts Tab
The option to snooze an alert, which was previously only available from the Insights screen, will now be available from within the main Alerts screen. This allows for centralized management of alert statuses across your team.
Session Timeout Management
A new option on the Settings page gives users the ability to choose how much idle time will trigger a force logout from the system. In case of inactivity, a pop-up will appear to alert the user, prior to logout.