Compliant Audit Logs

Flexible Log Collection: Configuring The LogSentinel Agent

When audit logs are concerned, there are many ways to generate and collect them. Ideally, audit logs are generated in code, depending on the business logic of each application and sent for secure storage to another service, like SentinelTrails. However, refactoring a system to include dedicated audit log functionality may not be feasible, as there Read more about Flexible Log Collection: Configuring The LogSentinel Agent[…]

How LogSentinel Complements Log Collectors

How LogSentinel Complements Log Collectors

You are likely using a log collector – Graylog, Splunk, Loggly, logstash, logz.io, scylar, CloudWatch logs, etc. And log collectors are absolutely mandatory for any deployment of more than one machine (though they are very useful even in that case). They collect all your logs in one place, allowing you to search, “tail”, define alerts. Read more about How LogSentinel Complements Log Collectors[…]

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Comparison: LogSentinel vs Splunk vs Loggly, etc.

Logs – every system has them, but companies don’t usually pay much attention to them. At least not until a problem occurs. Log aggregation solutions come handy in many scenarios – tracing production issues, alerting on service degradation, fixing bugs, forensics, fraud detection. We’ve argued, however, that logs have a dual nature – on the Read more about Comparison: LogSentinel vs Splunk vs Loggly, etc.[…]