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Logging is vital to the success of any IT project. With solid logging practice, you can troubleshoot errors, find patterns, calculate statistics, and communicate information easily. With the size and complexity of modern systems, performing these actions involves various analysis activities. One of these important analysis activities is anomaly detection. What is anomaly detection, and […]
For those out there searching for “What is syslog?,” this post has answers to all of your questions. Simply put, syslog handles a very important task—collecting events—and is present in almost all systems and peripherals out there. It’s the standard used to collect events in an ever-growing number of devices. Syslog can often be related […]
Today’s post continues the trend of covering log-related topics, by answering the question: “what is log analysis?” What is this, and why is it essential for your organization? We will discuss log analysis practices and show you a few examples of how to investigate logs for different purposes. We have also gathered a list of […]
Do you own or manage a business? Managing a company involves many steps. These steps begin right from the genesis of an idea through its execution. They also involve choosing a development procedure and managing risks. Most software companies these days are adopting the latest project methodologies, like DevOps and agile. After all, you have […]