OkCupid Falls For Scalyr

OkCupid has a long history of building things in-house. They have always been a deeply technical company that doesn’t settle for what’s already available and isn’t afraid to build something new. In fact, OkCupid doesn’t use Apache or Nginx — they built their own web server. So it isn’t surprising that when it came time to reconsider how they manage logs, they considered both existing solutions and the possibility of building something in-house. In the end, they found that Scalyr both met their log management needs for today and has the potential to grow as a solution for them to solve a number of other challenges they face. I recently had a chance to catch up with Alex Dumitriu, CIO at OkCupid, about their early experiences with Scalyr.

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451 Research Covers Scalyr

“For Scalyr, it’s about speed, scale, and simplicity in log management,” is the title of 451 Research’s recent report on Scalyr. Nancy reached out to us to discuss our product a few weeks ago. We gave her a demo and spoke a number of times in detail about Scalyr. I was excited when I saw that she had decided to write about us and I’m even more excited to share the content of that report with the greater Scalyr family.

Click here to read Nancy’s report. 

If you’re looking for more information on Scalyr, don’t hesitate to contact us directly or to sign up for a trial.

Please Review Scalyr (And Get Free Stuff)

To help get the word out about Scalyr, we’re looking for people to write honest reviews of our product on GetApp and Capterra. If you take the time to write a review on one of those sites we’ll send you a $20 gift card for either Starbucks or Amazon (please see details below).

To write a review on GetApp you need to have a LinkedIn account and be willing to sign into GetApp with it, but your review can be anonymous once posted. For Capterra you need to give your email address and the name of the company where you used the product that you are reviewing, and finished reviews will include your name and company name.

We are only looking for reviews from current Scalyr customers or Scalyr trial users who have uploaded data and spent more than two hours using Scalyr. In order to qualify for the gift cards, please send the following information to contact@scalyr.com:

  • a link to the review in question
  • your name and the email address you use to log into scalyr
  • the email address where you’d like us to send the gift card code

We’ll take honest reviews anytime, but this particular offer of a gift card when you review us expires on February 17th, 2017. All gift cards will be issued for USD $20 from the US Starbucks or US Amazon website.

To write a GetApp review, please start here.

For Capterra, please click here. 

Thanks in advance!