In just over two years, the Loki open source project for logging aggregation has seen a great uptick in adoption by users benefiting from its small index, ease of use, and cost effectiveness. Enterprises like Grofers and Paytm Insider are now using Loki in both Grafana Labs’ hosted offering and on premise. And with the Loki 2.0 release last October, we’ve made big gains for improving performance through parallelization and query optimization. 

In this webinar you’ll hear about the key benefits of Loki and get a live demo of the new set of query language features that lets you extract more labels at query time to allow for query possibilities only limited by your imagination! You’ll also learn how to create metrics from logs and alert on your logs with powerful Prometheus-style alerting rules.

During this webinar you’ll learn about:

  • What does Loki do?
  • High level of how Loki works, what makes it different, what it’s good at.
  • See a demo of new and updated Loki features so you can learn how to create metrics from logs and alert on your logs with powerful Prometheus-style alerting rules.
Cyril Tovena
Cyril Tovena

Senior Software Engineer
Grafana Labs

At Grafana Labs, Cyril mainly focuses on Loki, an open source logs aggregation system inspired by Prometheus. He previously worked at Ubisoft, scaling dedicated game servers in the cloud using Kubernetes. Cyril also contributed to Agones creation, an open source project to scale dedicated servers on Kubernetes.

Danny Kopping
Danny Kopping

Software Engineer
Grafana Labs

Danny is a software engineer at Grafana Labs, where he works on both the Loki open-source product and the Hosted Logs cloud offering. His interests include Go, Linux, playing drums, and the outdoors.