For the best web experience, please use IE11+, Chrome, Firefox, or Safari

syslog-ng Webcast Series 2022

In today's heterogeneous environments, you collect logs form a variety of sources and forward them to multiple destinations, which often requires special purpose agents. The need to maintain a large number of logging agents creates operational complexity and costly overhead. Updating, maintaining, configuring these agents is a time consuming activity that provides very little value.

Fortunately, syslog-ng's portfolio of log management solutions eliminates the need for other tools. Join us each month for a live 30-minute webcast to learn more about what makes syslog-ng the foundation of log management. 

Select your events


Online

May

19

Time: 10:30 AM EST
Location: WebEx

In this session, One Identity will describe how collected log messages in syslog-ng can be sent to external log analysis programs by connecting directly to their REST-API endpoints using https.  Connections to both Microsoft Sentinel in the Azure cloud platform and Splunk-HEC will be demonstrated.

Online

Jun.

15

Time: 10:30 AM EST
Location: WebEx

Collect logs instead of new accounts by adding single sign-on capability to Syslog-ng Store Box.  In this webcast I'll show you how to enable federation through OpenID Connect using OneLogin as an example identity provider.

Online

Sept

21

Time: 10:30 AM EST
Location: WebEx

Join us to see how to collect audit events and authentication activity logs from your Ping Identity solution. Syslog-ng's built-in PingID source makes onboarding this critical information simple.

Online

Oct.

19

Time: 10:30 AM EST
Location: WebEx

Send your on-prem logs to popular cloud messaging services.  Syslog-ng natively allows you to filter, format, and selectively route logs as needed to destinations like Azure Event Hub and Google Pub/Sub.  In this webcast we will show you how easy it is to get the data you already collect to the cloud with minimal configuration.

On Demand

Apr.

20

In this webcast, you’ll learn how syslog-ng can connect to and retrieve logs from external databases, ingesting them as syslog messages that can be parsed, filtered, reformatted, stores and/or routed to other destinations using standard syslog-ng features.