Cribl

San Francisco, CA, USA
2017
  |  By Judith Silverberg-Rajna
We know endpoints can be endless and that you need an efficient, simple way to collect data from all of them— no matter the size of your environment. This is why, in the 4.7 release, our engineering team has worked hard to expand Cribl Edge’s scalability to support 250,000 Edge nodes!!!
  |  By Felicia Dorng
Data storage has come a long way. It’s impossible to imagine having to search racks of tape reels for specific datasets, and the same is happening for archival storage. This type of storage is very low cost, but the tradeoff is the data isn’t readily available, often requiring 24 hours or more to convert, thaw, and be in a usable format. But what if you could have your cake and eat it, too? Low-cost archival storage AND instant access to your data?
  |  By Perry Correll
Would that make a difference? Of course it would!
  |  By Judith Silverberg-Rajna
In today’s environments, the number of endpoints seems to be endless. Simultaneously, with more advanced bad actors and increasingly complex systems, it is more important than ever that no endpoint goes unmonitored. However, many solutions simply can’t keep up with this growing scale of data collection at the edge.
  |  By Nick Heudecker
In today’s interconnected digital landscape, staying on top of market trends is essential for businesses aiming to thrive in the evolving world of observability and security. Recently, Cribl hosted a webinar to shed light on 2024 industry trends, and opportunities and challenges for both end users and vendors.. One of the notable highlights of the webinar is the convergence of observability and security, reflecting the shared data challenges faced by both IT and security teams.
  |  By Jag Dhillon
Observability is a broad topic that provides visibility into the key metrics powering customer-facing applications. These applications range from external facing applications ( e.g., Internet banking/online education/e-commerce/government records ) to internal facing applications ( e.g., Trading systems by brokers, Logistics controllers, Traffic Management, and Hotel Reservations). Observability also incorporates backend systems powering industries that ensure smooth operations of tools and processes.
  |  By Bradley Chambers
We are thrilled to announce that Cribl has been named to the Rising in Cyber 2024 list by Notable Capital! This independent recognition highlights the most innovative cybersecurity companies as viewed by Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs), venture capital investors, and other industry leaders.
  |  By Bryce Easley
In today’s fast-paced tech landscape, how does a company ensure that its products truly meet the needs of its customers? At Cribl, the answer lies in our unwavering commitment to a customer-centric mindset. This philosophy has driven our success, enabling us to develop groundbreaking solutions like Cribl Lake. The story of Cribl Lake is not just about the product itself but also about the people behind it and our unique approach to building the team that brought this solution to life.
  |  By Perry Correll
Can there really be too much of a good thing? Oh yeah!
  |  By Usman Zahid
An oft-forgotten component of robust, production-ready code is testing. The moat protects us from costly service interruptions and fortifies trust in our product with our customers. Simply put, it’s in the critical path of damn good software. However, as we scale a cloud product to serve a rapidly growing user base, our test case scenarios scale correspondingly. As far as testing goes, end-to-end (E2E) testing most closely mirrors the end-user experience.
  |  By Cribl
In the quest to turn our outdated and disorderly SIEM into a modern, streamlined and manageable solution, we turned to Cribl. Together we develop a centrally managed environment that empowered our teams to manage multiple data sources and destinations with improved time-to-value, reducing data flow steps, and increasing sustainability. Join this session to learn how we used Cribl to modernize and streamline our SIEM operations into a single point of management solution.
  |  By Cribl
This video showcases how Cribl products work together to power the Data Engine for IT and Security. Watch to see how IT and security teams can transform data management with Cribl. And the best part? No vendor lock-in, ever.
  |  By Cribl
Cribl’s co-founders, Clint Sharp, Dritan Bitincka, and Ledion Bitincka, recently took time to host a Between two Fernders edition of Pipeline Talk at the Cribl offices to discuss a wide variety of topics, including Cribl Lake, the N-Gage, WWE aspirations, fishing poles, how CAT6 cabling is not named after actual cats, and wondering if Apple’s iPhone will be a consumer hit (Yes, we know what year it is, but the host clearly doesn’t).
  |  By Cribl
Join us on Friday at 2:00 PM EST to learn about all the exciting new features in Cribl Stream 4.6! Cribl’s Ed Bailey and Desi Gavis-Hughson will be discussing how Stream's newest features help customers and partners gain choice, control, and flexibility over their data.
  |  By Cribl
Rick Salsa, Product Manager at Cribl, dives into the features and capabilities of Cribl Lake. See how quick and easy it is to spin up a fully usable cloud data lake on Cribl.Cloud, how to onboard data with Stream, and how to query with Search.
  |  By Cribl
Cribl Lake keeps you from drowning in data. Easily store, manage, enforce policy on, and access data when you need. Dive into the future with open formats and unified retention, security, and access control policies. Let Cribl handle the heavy lifting so data can be usable and valuable to the teams and tools that need it.
  |  By Cribl
No more data swamps! See how Cribl Lake can help you get up and running in minutes, store data in open formats, and optimize your data for analysis.
  |  By Cribl
The API economy is taking over the world of data exchange. They are everywhere, from tech companies to grocery chains. With massive growth, security, and observability are a concern since creating the right telemetry is often an afterthought, and companies do not understand the scope of the issue till they are breached or have performance issues.
  |  By Cribl
Join us for an important conversation with Cribl's Ed Bailey and Jackie McGuire, as we navigate the intricate balance of maximizing organizational value with a constrained budget. In today's challenging economic climate, where maintaining operations often means minimal to no additional spending, adaptive strategies become crucial. This is more than just a best-case scenario; it's a necessary approach for business resilience. Ed and Jackie will share innovative ideas and strategies to help leaders skillfully manage tight budgets while delivering significant value to their organizations.
  |  By Cribl
Discover how Cribl's suite of products can be utilized to assess security and analytics tools, thereby reducing the duration of POVs and simplifying the process of tool migrations. Cribl, the Data Engine for IT and Security, empowers organizations to transform their data strategy. Customers use Cribl's suite of products to collect, process, route, and analyze all IT and security data, delivering the flexibility, choice, and control required to adapt to their ever-changing needs.
  |  By Cribl
How do you get the data out of your infrastructure and applications in order to properly observe, monitor, and secure their running states while minimizing overlap, wasted resources, and cost? Many business folks need a broad category of tools in all their environments to solve challenges such as up and down monitoring, metrics, a time series database (TSDB), log analytics, event streaming, security information and event management (SIEM), user behavior analytics (UBA), and data lakes. The answer to the proposed question to solve these hurdles is using an observability pipeline.
  |  By Cribl
Using Splunk for long-term storage can drive up costs and slow down searches, especially as data volumes increase and teams expand their use cases.
  |  By Cribl
Observability allows you to understand the behavior of applications and infrastructure from the data they produce.
  |  By Cribl
The observability market is changing quickly. Rushing into a monolithic observability product limits your future options by locking you in to a single vendor.
  |  By Cribl
Traditional security tools struggle to adapt to the new world of cyber threats. To keep up with the growing number of daily threats, understaffed security teams need new cloud-delivered solutions and tactics focused on generating attack resolutions, consistently and repeatedly. Enter Exabeam. Exabeam powers security teams with analytics-driven insights to uncover, investigate, and resolve threats legacy tools may miss.

Route observability data where it has the most value. Slash costs, improve performance, and get the right data to the right destinations, in the right formats, at the right time.

Cribl is a company built to solve customer challenges and enable customer choice. Its solutions deliver innovative and customizable controls to route security and machine data where it has the most value. We call this an observability pipeline, and it helps slash costs, improve performance, and get the right data, to the right destinations, in the right formats, at the right time.

LogStream Gives You The Simplicity, Flexibility, and Control...

  • To Route Your Data: Send data to the most effective destinations including low-cost storage locations like S3 for long-term retention. Route data to the best tool for the job – or all the tools for the job – by translating and formatting data into any tooling schema you require. Let different departments choose different analytics environments without having to deploy new agents or forwarders.
  • To Reduce Your Data: Reduce as much as 50% of ingested log volume to control costs and improve system performance. Eliminate duplicate fields, null values, and any elements that provide little analytical value. Filter and screen events for dynamic sampling, or aggregate log data into metrics for massive volume reduction. Do all of this without worry: You can keep a full-fidelity copy in a low-cost destination and replay it back if needed.
  • To Collect More Data: LogStream is the best way to get multiple data formats into your analytics tools. Use the LogStream universal receiver to collect from any observability data source – and even to schedule batch collection from multiple APIs. In addition, recall data from low-cost storage to replay logs to analytics tools for later investigations with ad-hoc data collection.
  • To Shape Your Data: Shape all of the data you need to drive decisions about your environment. Translate and transform data from all of your sources to the tools you choose. Get a more complete picture of your data by enriching logs with third-party data. LogStream collects data from all of your sources and shapes it into actionable logs and metrics for analysis.

Cribl’s mission is to unlock the value of all your observability data, regardless of source or destination.

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