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Log Management, How do I share log data?

by Jonah Kowall  |  July 6, 2011  |  5 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 reported upon by multiple tools. Often having a simple way to ingest and share this data between IT Operations, Security Operations, Development, Application Support, and Quality Assurance provides a big productivity boost during troubleshooting, testing, and understanding the overall application health.

Myself and Mark Nicolett  have recently published a note on the differences and similarities between the use cases for traditional operations and security operations :

The APM toolkit for RFP has also been published, which is useful for those investigating APM solutions or those who are beginning a RFP process :

Category: logfile  olm  

Jonah Kowall
Research Vice President
3.5 years with Gartner
20 years IT industry

Jonah Kowall is a research Vice President in Gartner's IT Operations Research group. He focuses on application performance monitoring (APM), Unified Monitoring, Network Performance Monitoring and Diagnostics (NPMD), Infrastructure Performance Monitoring (IPM), IT Operations Analytics (ITOA), and general application and infrastructure availability and performance monitoring technologies. Read Full Bio

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  1. software says:

    Nice article.Thanks for sharing.

  2. Alvin says:


  3. xem phim sex says:

    I asked you for a briefing on the product, but didn’t get one. I’m interested to see more about how the UI works for the users.

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