The LOGIQ UI

The LOGIQ UI is your window to your IT data, logs, and metrics - ingested from all of your data sources and converged onto a single layer. The LOGIQ UI enables you to perform a wide range of operations – from simple uptime monitoring and error troubleshooting to capacity planning, real-time forensics, performance studies, and many more.

You can access the LOGIQ UI by logging into your LOGIQ instance URL using your account credentials.

The LOGIQ UI

The navigation bar at the top of the UI allows you to access your:

  • Dashboards

  • Queries

  • Alerts

  • Logs

  • Events

  • Create

On the right side of the navigation bar, you'll find links that help you access:

  • Clusters

  • Support

  • Settings

The following sections in this article describe the various elements on the LOGIQ UI and their purposes.

Dashboards

A dashboard is a collection of visualisations and queries that you've created against your log data. You could create dashboards to house visualisations and queries for specific as well as multiple data sources. Everything contained within a dashboard is updated in real-time.

The Dashboards page on the LOGIQ UI lists all of the dashboards you've created within LOGIQ. Dashboards that you've favourited are marked with a yellow star icon and are also listed under the Dashboards dropdown menu for quick access in the navigation bar. The following images depict dashboards that you can create using LOGIQ.

A typical monitoring dashboard on LOGIQ
Another example of a LOGIQ dashboard

Queries

LOGIQ enables you to write custom queries to analyze log data, display metrics and events, view and customize events and alerts, and create custom dashboards. The Queries page lists all of the queries you've created on LOGIQ. You can mark some of them as favourites or archive the ones not in use. Your favourite queries also appear in the drop-down menu of the Queries tab for quick access.

The Queries page

Alerts

LOGIQ enables you to set alerts against events, data, or metrics of interest derived from your log data. The Alerts page on the UI lists all of the alerts you've configured on LOGIQ. You can sort and display the list of alerts by their name, message, state, and the time they were last updated or created. Depending on your user permissions within LOGIQ, you can click an alert to view more information or reconfigure the alert based on your need.

The following image depicts a typical Alerts page on the LOGIQ UI.

The Alerts page

Logs

The Logs page lists all of the logs generated across your IT environment that's being ingested into LOGIQ. The Logs page lists and categorizes logs based on Namespace, Application, ProcID, Tags, and when they were last updated. By default, logs are listed by the time they were ingested with the most recent applications appearing on the top. You can filter logs by namespaces, applications, ProcIDs, and tags. You can also filter them by custom time ranges.

You can also click into a specific application or ProcID to view logs in more detail and to search through or identify patterns within your log data. You can also download logs as JSON or CSV files.

The following image depicts a typical Logs page on the LOGIQ UI.

The Logs page

Events

The Events page lists all the events that have occurred across your IT environment. Events are listed by their Name, AppName, Namespace, ProcID, Level, time they were created, Message, and Group.

In the Events page, you can sort, search, and filter events by application match, name, or group, severity levels, namespaces, and custom time ranges.

The Events page

Create

The Create dropdown menu enables you to create new reports, queries, dashboards, and alerts, as shown in the following image.

The Create dropdown menu

A function-specific modal appears based on what you select from this dropdown menu.