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syslog-ng Webcast Series

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. 

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On Demand

May

25

View this 30-minute, on-demand webcast to learn how syslog-ng can simplify all aspects of log management. See how you can collect from multiple systems, filtered to eliminate sending and storing useless data, and forward to a multitude of systems either via built-in connectors or by syslog-ng’s easy-to-extend driver framework. To illustrate, this session will show a demo migration scenario from an on-prem SIEM system to Azure Sentinel. 

On Demand

Jun.

29

View this recording of a live session where we demonstrate how syslog-ng can address such scenarios leveraging Proxy Protocol support to make sure that your downstream applications have access to the information they need.

Presenter: Ferenc Sipos, Director of Sales Engineering - PAM and Log Management, One Identity/syslog-ng

On Demand

Jul.

13

View this on-demand recording of a live webcast where we discuss the advantages of front-ending SIEMs with a log management layer to filter out unnecessary data logs, as well as offer real-world scenarios to demonstrate the merits of this approach to data logging.

On Demand

Aug.

3

View this on-demand recording of a live webcast where we shared some of the tools and best practices we have built around syslog-ng monitoring and performance tuning syslog-ng deployments as well as cover techniques you can use to gather debug data to help in your troubleshooting exercise.