Changing logging solutions is like switching car insurance: you don't want to think about it, all vendors look the same and it seems easier to just stick with what you've been using.

But it's not until major issues occur (e.g. slow querying during outages, traffic spikes/throttling and overcharging) – not unlike when you need your insurance  to process your claim fast – do you start thinking: "There has to be a better solution!"

Well, we're here to help. We've created this guide to help you transition from Splunk (we can't promise that we'll save you 15% or more in 15 minutes, though).

How this guide will help you:

listing-arrow Transitioning is done in three steps (gap analysis, configuration and cutover) 

listing-arrow Seven reasons why you should migrate (as if you need more)

listing-arrow We outline everything that's covered in the transition

Why These Companies Made the Switch

"It's been absolutely reliable in the last 3 years and it costs a fraction of what Splunk or SumoLogic charge. It's also a lot faster than both of those options, especially Splunk. Support has always been immediate and helpful."

- Datafox, an Oracle company

“[We] used Splunk for years before switching to Scalyr. The performance difference alone has been a game-changer; not to mention the simplicity and elegance of the configuration syntax. So glad we found Scalyr.”

- InsideSales


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