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Part 7: Get help

Now that you've gotten your first search, dashboard, and alert in place, you can begin using Sumo Logic. Let's review a few resources that can help you if you have more questions.

Get Help with Sumo Logic

Now that you know the basics, you can focus on using Sumo Logic to get the results you want from your data.

But when you have a question, you can reach out to us in a number of ways.

  • Check out the Release Notes
  • Search DocHub
  • Post a question on the Sumo Logic Community
  • Try our Slack channel, Sumo Dojo
  • Contact Support

Check out the Release Notes

Using Sumo day to day you will find most of the updates you need in the Application Release Notes. These release notes cover all the Sumo features and fixes that impact your data analytics.

There are also Collector Release Notes that cover updates to our data ingest tools. Usually these updates are of more interest to Sumo admins.

To find the Release Notes, choose the Release Notes link from any DocHub Page:

Search DocHub

DocHub contains hundreds of articles on how to use Sumo. Let's look for Apache Access app documentation.

  1. In the search bar for DocHub, enter "Apache app".
  2. The Help results for returns several links, let's click the top one Install the Apache App.
  3. Click Install the Apache App, help will take you to the install instructions for Apache app.

Post a question on the Sumo Community

Our Community is the best way to find help for Beta Features and answers to puzzling questions, but you can also find templates to help you use Sumo more effectively. The Query Library is a series of posts available in the community that give you basic query templates to help you search Sumo more effectively.

  1. Go to the Sumo Community.
  2. Select Query Library.
  3. All the posts here list available queries. Let's pick one to help you with your Apache Access data from the previous tutorials. Select Identify the top 10 source IP addresses by Bandwidth Usage.

     
  4. You can copy the query template and create a new search:

Try our Slack channel, Sumo Dojo

Need to talk to an expert? Most of our developers make themselves available on our customer-facing Slack channel. Slack is a very popular chat channel, and if you question isn't time-bound, reach out to us sumodojo.slack.com.


Most of the time we're able to respond quickly to your question.

Log a Support Ticket

If you need an answer to a time-bound question, log a Support ticket.

 

Congrats! You've reached the end of the Using Sumo Tutorials. If you want more training, you can visit our Training Site.