Coralogix

2014
San Francisco, CA, USA

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Feb 10, 2020   |  By Amir Raz
Amazon ELB (Elastic Load Balancing) allows you to make your applications highly available by using health checks and intelligently distributing traffic across a number of instances. It distributes incoming application traffic across multiple targets, such as Amazon EC2 instances, containers, IP addresses, and Lambda functions. You might have heard the terms, CLB, ALB, and NLB. All of them are types of load balancers under the ELB umbrella.
Feb 4, 2020   |  By Yuval Khalifa
So, you’ve installed Coralogix’s STA and you would like to start analyzing your traffic and getting valuable insights but you’re not sure that you’re mirroring enough traffic or wondering if you might be mirroring too much data and could be getting more for less. The harsh truth is that in order to be able to detect everything, you have to capture everything and in order to be able to investigate security issues thoroughly, you need to capture every network packet.
Jan 28, 2020   |  By Amir Raz
Beats are lightweight, purpose-built agents that acquire data and then feed it to Elasticsearch. Beats use the libbeat framework that makes it easy to create customized beats for any type of data you’d like to send to Elasticsearch. Auditbeat is a lightweight shipper from the Beats family that you can install on your servers to audit the activities of users and processes on your systems.
Jan 22, 2020   |  By Amir Raz
AWS S3 Server Access logs provide detailed records for requests made to S3 buckets. They’re useful for many applications. For example, access log information can be useful in security and access audits. It can also help generate customer insights and better understand your Amazon S3 bill. Coralogix makes it easy to integrate with your S3 server access logs via a Lambda function.
Jan 16, 2020   |  By Amir Raz
AWS VPC Flow Logs record details about the traffic passing through your application, including requests that were allowed or denied according to your ACL (access control list) rules. It also has information about the IP addresses, and ports for each request, the number of packets, bytes sent, and timestamps for each request. This information brings deep visibility and the ability to improve your security posture over time.