NVME CENTRALIZED LOGGING
logging for modern applications
Logging is an essential element of monitoring the health of applications, infrastructure, and networks. In analytics, anomaly and threat detection can be mission critical. The vast array of log sources, including System, Web Server Access, Database and Event logs, coupled with a distributed logging architecture can bog down performance and create operational overhead.
In a Centralized Logging Architecture, shipping agents are not installed on each node, removing the operational overhead of managing each distributed agent and eliminating the performance degradation those agents cause. A Centralized Architecture also improves rack density, increases storage utilization and simplifies management. Learn more about Centralized Logging by reading this white paper.