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Access Log Patterns

Access Log comprised of two main patterns - Common and Combined. The common pattern presents most common parameters like host name, timestame, user names etc. The Combined pattern includes the common pattern and adds user-agent and an http referer. Boosting your customers' satisfaction, site performance, up time and security stabilit [...]

By |August 17th, 2016|Tags: , , |

Top 10 HTTP Status Codes

10 Status Code DefinitionsEach Status-Code is described below, including a description of which method(s) it can follow and any metainformation required in the response. For more references please refer to W3 protocol Status section 6.10.1 Informational 1xxThis class of status code indicates a provisional response, consisting only of [...]

By |August 16th, 2016|Tags: |

What is an Access Log?

Access Log is a type of log that contains all requests to resources of a website. For example a user navigate a web site to seek a product, the web servers fetches that product image and the access log will record the requests of the visitor to that image resources. Inside an Access Log you can find information about visitors, timest [...]

By |August 9th, 2016|Tags: , |

XpoLog enhances logstash with Augmented Search

IT departments that have adopted the open source solution can add XpoLog - the world’s most advanced log analysis platformNEW YORK CITY – May. 10, 2016 – XpoLog Ltd, the company that invented Augmented Search for IT log analysis, is integrating its industry leading technologies with, logstash, a popular open source log-processing to [...]

DevOps and Log Management Tools Drive Agile IT

By Omry Koschitzky, VP Solutions of XpoLogComplex IT environments have made troubleshooting increasingly difficult, but remedies including the DevOps trend and IT log analysis tools have emerged in response. These approaches can be a powerful combination for faster resolution.It’s never good when mission critical applications fail; i [...]

XpoLog 6: Log Management: Listening, Single Page App, AngularJS, and UX/UI

by Haim Koschitzky, XpoLog CEOThe latest version of XpoLog Log Management will contain a huge face lift with regards to the UX/UI.ListeningIn the last couple of years we have received a lot of feedback from everyone who has used and/or evaluated XpoLog. For those of you who are not familiar with our numbers, we provide a Log analysis [...]

By |April 8th, 2016|Tags: , , , , , , |

Log4j: Wrapping it all App

In this series of posts I am covering some of the many ways you can benefit from XpoLog and especially on how to get the most valuable information about your log4j event logs. By running Analytic Search on your log4j data, you can among other things measure your application performance and thread activity, measure code activity with [...]

By |March 14th, 2016|Tags: |

Free Log Management XpoLog 1GB/Day Full-Featured Version

by Haim Koschitzky, CEOGreat news folks, today we have unveiled our new pricing plan, which includes a unique free offering for those who want to start using XpoLog’s log management and analysis system with Augmented Search technology. The free plan includes all features and is limited to 1GB/Day. The license has no limitations on the number of users or devices that send log data. XpoLog can be installed on-premise as well as on the client’s private and public cloud environment.We are very excited to be first in the market to offer a fully-featured, leading technology solution for free. […]

Application Log Management Vs. Security Log Management / SIEM

Application Log Management Vs. Security Log Management (SIEM)  In the past several years log analysis technologies have matured, becoming a mainstream solution for troubleshooting a variety of problems across the various IT layers (infrastructure elements as well as applications).Although at first sight, these technologies seem to do the same thing, i.e. enable the analysis of log events, different technologies have evolved to deal with different use cases. One of the main differentiation is the use of log analysis for data security vs. the use of log analysis for troubleshooting applications.In this article, I will explain the main differences between these two use cases and the different technologies that are most appropriate for each one.Enough with the talking – show me how I enhance my SIEM & Application abilities, minutes from installation -> Download Free […]

By |February 19th, 2016|Tags: , , , |

Search, big data and log analysis: a coming of age story

 by Gal Berg, CTO of XpoLogThe evolution of search is a fascinating story that can tell us a lot about how to solve other big data challenges such as log management and log analysis in IT environments. After all, in all these cases the basic idea is finding the “needle in a haystack” as quickly as possible. […]

By |February 4th, 2016|Tags: , , , , |

Log4j: One Small Error in Java Code, One Giant Leap for Code Quality

In this series of posts I am covering some of the many ways you can benefit from XpoLog and especially on how to get the most valuable information about your log4j event logs. By running XpoLog Analytic Search on your log4j data, you can among other things measure your application performance and thread activity, measure code activit [...]

By |January 10th, 2016|Tags: |

Log4j: With Great Availability Comes Great Performance

 Posted on December 1st 2015 Measure your application performance and availability to the finest detail with a built-in transaction detection engine. In this series of posts I am covering some of the many ways you can benefit from XpoLog and especially on how to get the most valuable information about your log4j event logs. By r [...]

By |December 1st, 2015|Tags: , |

 

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