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Graylog is an open source, centralized log management implementation that stores logs in Elasticsearch.
Finally, all your log data available and accessible in one central location:
- Collect & Process: Parse and enrich logs, wire data, and event data from any data source. Graylog also provides centralized configuration management for 3rd party collectors such as beats, fluentd and nxlog.
- Analyze & Research: Search through terabytes of log data to discover and analyze important information. Use the powerful search syntax to find exactly what you are looking for. Save search queries to share.
- Drill Down & Visualize: Create dashboards to visualize metrics and observe trends in one central location. The simple user interface enables team members to easily access the wealth of information and add new charts.
- Alert & Trigger: Trigger actions or get notified when something needs attention, such as failed login attempts, exceptions or performance degradation.
- Enterprise Ready: With compliance in mind, track and record all user changes in the database with the audit log feature. Save cost by automatically archiving log data to storage and re-import when you need it. Comes with Enterprise grade support.
Jul 9, 2018 | By Alyssa Fox
Juraj Kosik, an Infrastructure Security Technical Lead at Deutsche Telekom Pan-Net, has written a detailed case study of how his organization implemented Graylog to centralize log data from multiple data centers exceeding 1 TB/day.
Jun 29, 2018 | By Jan Doberstein
Centralized log management lets you decide who can access log data without actually having access to the servers. You can also correlate data from different sources, such as the operating system, your applications, and the firewall.
Jun 21, 2018 | By Marius Sturm
Getting the right information at the right time can be a difficult task in large corporate IT infrastructures. Whether you are dealing with a security issue or an operational outage, the right data is key to prevent further breakdowns.
Jun 19, 2018 | By Daryna Tkachenko
This is the second article in “Logicify Monitoring Tools” series. It talks about Graylog, a software we use to manage the logs and analyze the data received from web applications. The article could be of interest to CTOs, developers and DevOps, system administrators and Project Managers.