Use Graylog pipelines to enrich your logs and make them easier to read.
Learn the difference between structured and unstructured logs, the basics of the JSON log format, what kind of information you can get when you parse log files, and which tools and utilities to use to perform log file parsing.
Graylog's advanced functionality and fully scalable model allow you to avoid picking only the most necessary and vital data to collect and analyze.
See how a user in a large-scale cloud environment implemented Graylog to centralize log data from multiple data centers exceeding 1 TB/day.
Trend analysis provides rich information and yields insights into the operational and security health of your network that are otherwise difficult to discern. Learn how to use Graylog to perform the types of trend analysis discussed previously.
A centralized repository of logs generated by your devices and applications stores a wealth of data. Trend analysis of that data gives you rich insight into activity in your environment.
Starting with Graylog v2.3, we've added support for Elasticsearch 5. As you may know, Elasticsearch 5 allows the use of the hot/warm cluster architecture. What is the hot/warm cluster architecture and why is it important to Graylog?