The Graylog Blog
Getting Things Done With Graylog v3.2
Graylog Enterprise v3.2 is out in the world, customers are using it and loving it, and we want to share with you what we've learned from them.
Improving Kubernetes Clusters' Efficiency with Log Management
Log management plays an important role in helping to debug Kubernetes clusters, improve their efficiency, and monitor them for any suspicious activity.
Implementing Geolocation with Graylog Pipelines
You can further improve your ability to extract meaningful and useful geolocation data by leveraging the functionality of pipelines and lookup tables.
Log Formats – a (Mostly) Complete Guide
There are several standardized log formats that are most commonly generated by a wide assortment of different devices and systems. It is important to understand how they operate and differ from one another.
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.
How to Use Graylog Lookup Tables
Graylog has a few built-in lookup tables and common adapters to read in the data from various locations. In this article, we'll go over the steps needed to configure your lookup table.
Ingesting Cloudtrail Logs with the Graylog AWS Plugin
In this blog post we'll set up the required AWS resources, configure the Graylog input, and do some basic searches to explore the capabilities of Cloudtrail logs.
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.
Windows Filebeat Configuration and Graylog Sidecar
Graylog sidecar can create and manage a centralized configuration for a filebeat agent, to gather logs from a local server that is not part of the Windows Event Channel and across all your infrastructure hosts.