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Product News : Graylog 1.1 Adds Enterprise Log Management Capabilities
on 2015/6/11 8:38:04 (627 reads)
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Graylog, Inc., the company behind the popular Graylog open source log analysis platform, has announced version 1.1 of its Open Source Graylog product. This new release provides significant enhancements -- including an integrated log collector for Linux and Windows -- that extend Graylog’s lead as an affordable and enterprise-ready log management platform for storing, searching and analyzing any type of machine data. Unlike other open source alternatives, Graylog does not require the integration of disparate collection, analysis and visualization tools.

In the first five months of 2015, the number of Graylog deployments has surpassed the installed base of Splunk’s commercial log management platform. The company added more than 10,000 new deployments worldwide in the financial, high tech, communications and education sectors. Organizations rely on Graylog to monitor and identify the root cause of problems that span IT operations, software applications and security threats.

“Log analysis serves as the foundation for almost every enterprise IT management discipline, including operations, applications and security,” said Michael Sklar, CEO of Graylog. “The high cost of commercial solutions and the do-it-yourself architecture of open source tools is holding back broader adoption of log management. Graylog 1.1 and the continued expansion of our community of users demonstrates that a fully integrated, open source alternative is a better option than commercial solutions for many enterprises.” 

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