Simple and Efficient
Supports the centralized management of logs from a variety of networks, environments, and devices. It makes collecting and uploading logs simple and efficient.
Enables you to flexibly query logs within a second using the full-text query function, with no need to use SQL statements.
Secure and Reliable
Uses permission controls and HTTPS encryption to ensure data reliability, supporting transfer of all logs to OBS buckets for storage.
Frees you from investing in development and O&M. Your logs are transferred to OBS buckets for long-term storage, which is charged by used capacity.
This function is intended for enterprises, especially those who have a large number of scattered logs, simplifying centralized log management.
Logs are collected automatically after you complete required configurations.
Logs can be uploaded automatically to any given directory.
Permission controls and HTTPS encryption are used to ensure data security and reliability.
LTS helps operations and enterprise management personnel query logs in real time to detect and locate errors in data of users, systems, and services, improving operations efficiency.
Allows querying logs as easily as using a search engine without SQL statements.
Allows querying TB-level logs less than a second after they are written.
Supports full-text query by time or keyword.
LTS interconnects seamlessly with Object Storage Service (OBS), allowing you to transfer logs to OBS buckets and preventing data loss with just a few clicks.
Transfers logs to OBS buckets to prevent data loss.
Transfers logs to OBS buckets when needed, which is charged by used capacity.
No limit is set to the number of logs that you store in OBS buckets.
Supports many log collection methods. Any logs in .txt format can be uploaded to LTS for centralized management.
Allows querying logs by time or keyword.
Transfers logs to OBS buckets for long-term storage, improving data reliability and security.
Monitors the log incoming traffic, size of logs transferred to OBS buckets, and size of logs stored in LTS.