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LogicMonitor performs anomaly detection on log events after they are ingested and mapped to a monitored resource. Log anomalies represent log events that are new, or seen for the first time on the monitored resource it’s associated with. Any events that cannot be associated with an existing resource in LogicMonitor will be dropped.
Log anomalies are displayed in two places: (1) the Logs page, where you can review raw logs and investigate log anomalies across your entire infrastructure and (2) the Graphs tab for Alerts, where they are displayed contextually with metric alerts to help speed troubleshooting.
The Logs page enables you to see raw logs and log anomalies across your entire environment as well search and filter for specific logs.
When you get alerted for an issue with a monitored resource, you can troubleshoot why the issue happened with log anomalies as additional context.
If there are log anomalies related to a metric Alert, you can investigate them in the Graphs tab:
In the log anomalies graph, you can open the dropdown menu and select “View Logs” to switch to the Logs page for further investigation. The Logs page will open with filters pre-selected on the Resource and the time period of the alert to display related log anomalies.
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