Features

  • Modern Dashboard

    Modern Dashboard

    Our lightning fast and flexible log dashboard allows you to solve problems faster.

  • Real-Time Tailing

    Real-Time Tailing

    Real-time log tailing let's you know the current state of your app without the delay.

  • Fast searching and filtering

    Fast searching and filtering

    Search and filter logs by user, request ID, or any other context. Filtering out the noise quickly -- higher productivity.

  • Clickable Logs

    Clickable Logs

    Clicking logs in Timber reveals valuable metadata and context. Never get caught lacking the data you need.

  • 6 month retention

    6 month retention

    Most services keep your logs for 2-4 weeks, we offer up to 6 months of retention at cheaper prices.

  • Log–Based Graphing

    Log–Based Graphing

    Easily identify outliers and trending events based on your log data. Close the loop from graphs, to data, to problem solved.

  • 1 Line Installers

    1 Line Installers

    Install timber in less than a minute with our single command installers. No agents or special APIs; just simple logging.

FAQ

    1

    How does it work?

    Once the Timber library is installed, it will automatically decorate your logs with useful context and events (user info, requests, queries, etc).

    2

    How do I install Timber?

    Simply sign up and choose your language and platform, from there you will be guided through a very brief installation process that will give you everything you need.

    3

    How much does it cost?

    Timber offers a variety of plans (including a generous free tier) to suit any company size. Paid plans start at $8 per GB of data sent.

    4

    Which apps do you support?

    Currently we have libraries for ruby, elixir and node, but can also accept logs from any app that runs on Heroku.

    5

    What data can I collect?

    You can see all of the possible fields in our JSON schema, but you can also add your own custom context and events.

    6

    How is this different?

    Most logging platforms accept only raw text or JSON payloads. Timber allows you to attach metadata (events & context) to your logs and provides libraries that handle this automatically for you.