Definition: What is Mezmo?
Previously known as LogDNA, Mezmo is a technology firm that offers a data pipeline designed to efficiently intake telemetry data from diverse sources, perform transformations and enrichments, and then seamlessly route it to numerous destinations. Essentially, it is a Log Management/Analysis platform, but is not a full-stack observability platform.
- Telemetry Pipeline – Collect, transform, and route Telemetry data to drive actionability.
- Log Analysis – Collects, stores, and helps users analyze ingested log data.
What is Mezmo used for?
How does Mezmo compare to Sematext?
Both Sematext and Mezmo offer a Log Management solution. However, unlike Memzo, Sematext offers a full-stack solution that gives you true visibility into your entire stack. In addition to Log Management, Sematext also offers Infrastructure Monitoring, Real User Monitoring, and Synthetic Monitoring.
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What is a Telemetry Pipeline in Mezmo?
With Mezmo, you can collect, transform, and route Telemetry data via their built-in Telemetry Pipeline feature. This allows users to centralize data from various sources and analyze it through a pipeline view.
How much does Mezmo cost?
For the Telemetry Pipeline specifically, users have a free and paid option. The paid option is listed as a “custom” plan, and requires the user to contact the sales team to get a price.
The Log Analysis portion of Mezmo also offers a free, limited plan, and 2 pricing options. The first option is the Professional tier, which starts at $0.80 per ingested GB and 3 days of retention. The higher the retention, the higher the price per GB will go. Next, you have the Enterprise tier, which is another “custom” plan that requires the user to contact sales for a price.