Cribl Achieves Amazon Linux 2 Ready Designation

Written by Nick Heudecker

January 28, 2021

We’re excited to announce that Cribl has earned the Amazon Linux 2 Ready designation for LogStream. This announcement is part of our expanding relationship with Amazon Web Services and our commitment to our customers for the most reliable and stable observability pipeline available in any public cloud. 

Amazon Linux 2 is the next generation of Amazon Linux, a Linux server operating system from Amazon Web Services (AWS). It offers a secure, stable, and high performance execution environment to develop and run cloud and enterprise applications. It is available at no extra cost. 

“Cribl is happy to have achieved the AWS Service Ready status, allowing users to deploy LogStream with confidence on Amazon Linux 2,” said Clint Sharp, CEO of Cribl. “This designation helps us support customers on their observability journeys with the speed, stability and security AWS provides.” 

As observability becomes a critical priority for teams ranging from site reliability engineering (SRE) to DevOps and machine learning researchers, more companies grapple with collecting relevant data and routing it to the right platform. LogStream running on Amazon Linux 2 offers a complete observability pipeline optimized for all types of event data, including logs, metrics and traces, in an easy to use package. 

This announcement comes weeks after the release of LogStream 2.4, which includes role-based access control, Redis integration, support for a range of new sources and destinations, and many other productivity enhancing features. 

In addition to LogStream Single Instance and LogStream Distributed running on Amazon Linux 2, LogStream Cloud is our SaaS offering running in the AWS environment for customers desiring a fully managed offering.

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