The main function of a good logging implementation is to provide a clear overview of the functioning of a system. Basically, the logging must describe the inner workings of a system and provide the necessary details to the readers of the log. In fact, good logging can drastically reduce maintenance costs of your applications, especially for clustered systems.
Logging is a crucial part of every system and provides all the information about the state of a system. The key is to provide this information without cluttering the code too much with these logging statements.
Most programmers tend to use a decent logging mechanism in their applications, but few of them use it elegantly. How can we make sure that we don’t clutter our code with unnecessary statements that reduce readability?