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XpoLog Log Analysis With logstash


IT log analysis and operations analytics software company XpoLog is integrating its technology with logstash, an open-source log-processing tool. Taken together, XpoLog will bring log management features, automated triaging of IT problems, and advanced reporting and visualization — Elasticsearch.org's logstash project will bring centralized logging with user-defined rules.

XpoLog lets logstash users create web access log statistics, application log error summaries, performance charts, and other reports. Statistical queries visualize log data, which can be used to build charts, dashboards, and geomaps.

XpoLog is also the only automated log data analytics solution that supports the logstash data infrastructure — users can avoid time-consuming manual searches.

"XpoLog's solution layers intelligence on top of search context using semantic analysis, as well as pattern and anomaly detection to uncover insights and trends into application problems, systems, and user behavior," said XpoLog CEO Haim Koschitzky. "It's also vital for organizations that have already invested in a data engine to have access to the most advance data analytics technologies available on the market."

XpoLog platform is free for processing up to 1 gigabyte of log data per day.


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