Sumo Logic has developed a new service that combines its log data with application and infrastructure metrics in a bid to help developers better troubleshoot problems and also appeal to line-of-business users looking for insight into customer behavior or other trends. The service is available now as part of what Sumo is calling an early access program, and the company hopes to further refine the offering for a general-availability release in a few months. The new service advances Sumo’s efforts toward helping its customers derive more value from machine data, and is part of the company’s strategy to apply its technology to new types of data.
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