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Maximising ROI from log messaging systems

IT environments generate log messages with a variety of functions and significance to an organisation – but they’re only useful if they trigger the necessary responses.

Most log messages traditionally come from three types: system logs of servers, network devices, and applications.

To derive actionable, valuable business information from this amount of raw log data, it is necessary to collect, filter, and normalise messages from various sources and store them centrally so that they may be easily accessed for review or archived for compliance purposes.

Find out what sets enterprise-class log management infrastructure apart from log message noise in this whitepaper.

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