Welcome to Scalyr! Here's what happens next:
- You'll install the Scalyr Agent on at least one server. It'll take just a few minutes, and will send log files and system metrics to our servers.
- Read our quick intro page.
- Then you're all set!
If you're not ready to start gathering server data, there are a few other ways to get started:
- Heroku users can import logs using one simple command.
- You can create HTTP Monitors to monitor the availability, status, and performance of your servers from the outside.
- If you use Amazon Web Services, you can import CloudWatch metrics, CloudTrail logs, CloudFront logs, ELB access logs, S3 bucket access logs, Redshift audit logs, EC2 spot instance data feeds, RDS database logs (e.g. slow query logs), and other log files in S3.
- For some specialized applications, you might want to use our API to send raw events directly to our servers.
- See Data Sources for other ways of sending data to Scalyr.
At every step of the process, we're ready to help — just drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org, and you'll get a (usually!) quick response directly from our engineering team. Or if we're around, try the chat button in lower-left corner of any documentation page for an instant response.
-- the Scalyr team