By Laura Santamaria
Logging is often considered an automatic process that doesn’t require much thought. We see logs, in general, from any system and take for granted that those logs have the information that’s needed. However, thinking through a logging strategy and architecture is extremely important for troubleshooting and performance efficiency. Regardless of how you log, the most important part of logging, after simply having logs in the first place, is having logs you can actually use. Actionable logs provide enough information, enough detail and enough history to ensure you can use the logs to get something done.