Before I sign off for a few days of vacation Will Cappelli and I did manage to get an interesting research note published, which we have been working on for the last month or longer. This note outlines several vendors or “innovators” which were not in the APM Magic Quadrant this year for not meeting [...]
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by Jonah Kowall | December 23, 2011 | 3 Comments
by Jonah Kowall | July 6, 2011 | 2 Comments
There are ongoing discussions around how we can leverage log data collected for one process or analysis across many tools which want to consume and analyze this data. The log data could come from network devices, servers, applications, or other controllers used in the datacenter. These log sources need to be parsed, analyzed, correlated, and [...]
by Jonah Kowall | April 19, 2011 | 1 Comment
Much of the unstructured data we collect from our infrastructure components has limited value. It’s often used to understand threats against our organizations in common SIEM type tools. Yet another set of technologies have evolved in the business intelligence space, as well as the web analytics space to make sense of this type of data. These tools [...]