The Ultimate Guide to GCP’s Logging Query Language

How to build queries that analyze Cloud Logging data.

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A Meta Query Language

LQL can be used in the Logs Explorer to fetch real-time data on Google Cloud products like Cloud Functions and Virtual Machines as well as non-GCP resources like resources connected to Amazon Web Services’ accounts.




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