With XcellHost's Docker monitoring, you don’t need to know on which container images a process group runs on. There’s no need to know the container names, IDs, or even the names of the hosts where the images are running. As long as the log data still exists in Docker’s host logging-driver history, you can find the data with the Log viewer.
Each log entry includes information about the corresponding container image and ID that logged the message and the type of output that was used. You can use this information for query filtering and thereby focus your analysis only on relevant containers and images.
See all log messages associated with a specific application as a single virtual log file.
Navigate from a problem details page directly to the log files of the application’s supporting processes.
Save the burden of setting up expensive storage solutions for your log data.