The Graylog Blog
Can I Send an Alert to Discord?
The growth and use of Discord has transformed from just many Gaming users to businesses using it as a communication platform. Having the ability to send Log Management Alerts to Discord where everyone is collaborating can provide a major benefit to multiple teams in an organization.
What is IT Operations Analytics (ITOA)?
IT Operations Analytics (ITOA) is a vital asset to extract those valuable insights buried in piles of highly articulated data, and a powerful asset to sift through all the complexities of the Big Data.
What Are the Benefits of Monitoring Event Logs?
By monitoring event logs, you can gain deeper insight into system metrics, localize process bottlenecks, and detect security vulnerabilities.
The Log Viewer – Your Window into Log Management
An immeasurable amount of data, in raw, unfiltered form, exists all around us. For most of us, to be able to properly categorize and “read” that data, we first must convert it into a format that we can understand – which is where the log viewer comes in.
E-Commerce and Log Management
Learn how log management helps you review and analyze customer behavior and security issues on your e-commerce website.
Centralized Logging – Knowing When Less is More
Centralized logging is critical to get the most out of your logs, and filter for only the most useful and interesting data because sometimes less is just more.
Why Should You Bother With Information Technology Operations Analytics?
Your organization’s IT system is a complex network of intercommunicating devices that can provide you with an abundance of useful data - if you apply the right practices to gather and filter it. See how ITOA can help.
Log Analysis and the Challenge of Processing Big Data
Modern enterprises generate an immense volume of data, and Big Data increases the complexity with its high variety and velocity. But a robust log management solution can help you filter out the useful information in that vast pool.
Top Use Cases for Log Analysis
There is a wide scope of use cases for log analysis - from tackling security and performance issues head-on to enhancing the quality of your services. This post discusses these use cases in more detail.