How Big Data and Log management work hand in hand
It's no surprise that recent surveys show that log management is used by more than half of the digital companies that have deployed Big Data projects. For nearly 60% of them, log management is a priority.
This post covers useful categories of information to monitor and report that indicate potential security issues.
Often, logs from different sources label data fields differently and/or provide data that’s completely unstructured. In order to analyze logs efficiently, they must be structured effectively.
By monitoring event logs, you can gain deeper insight into system metrics, localize process bottlenecks, and detect security vulnerabilities.
The right log aggregation tools can go a long way towards maintaining and improving an existing system easily and efficiently.
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.
Learn how log management helps you review and analyze customer behavior and security issues on your e-commerce website.