The Graylog Blog
Aggregating, Managing and Centralizing Docker Container Logs With Graylog
Tools like Graylog are required for log management, aggregation, analysis, and monitoring in environments that make intensive use of Docker containers and Orchestration platforms.
How to Set Up Graylog GeoIP Configuration
Having additional data on logs that contain IP addresses that gives you their Geolocation helps in your investigations and understanding of your traffic patterns. Here's a guide to set up Graylog and enrich your data with this info.
Security Log Monitoring and DNS Request Analysis
By using strategically placed sensors, Graylog’s content pack collects DNS logs guarantees interoperability with any DNS request, even if it is going to an unexpected DNS server or if it was blocked somewhere further down the path.
Shipping Office 365 audit logs to Graylog with O365beat
O365beat is an exceptionally useful open-source log shipping tool created by counteractive. With a few simple tweaks, it can be used to fetch Office 365 audit logs from the Office 365 Management Activity API and forward them to Graylog.
Log File Parsing
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.