LogLogic Preps New Approach to Log Wrangling

Collecting and analyzing log files from across the network can be a real pain, especially considering the wide variety of sources and formats. That’s where LogLogic aims to come in.

Version 5 of its eponymous offering is designed to help IT admins get better control of the log data being generated by systems, more so than LogLogic says can be handed by service-level agreement (SLA), compliance, SIEM (security information and event management) and network monitoring offerings.

In the process, LogLogic is pushing its own system for collecting and analyzing all that data — the Universal Collection Framework — in hopes of UCF becoming a standard for understanding, aggregating and examining log file data from systems throughout the enterprise. Enterprise Networking Planet has the story.

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WAN Log File Data Collection Heads for Standardization

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