SAN JOSE, Calif. -- LogLogic, the clear leader in log management, today unveiled LogLogic 4 - the latest version of its flagship Log Management and Intelligence Platform, the de facto open standard for managing log data with the best performance, security and total cost of ownership. Logs, a fingerprint of systems and user activity, are central to an IT professional's daily security and operations routines and, provide the data and intelligence Enterprises need to prove compliance with IT controls and regulations such as PCI and SOX. With LogLogic 4, IT tasks can be reduced from days to minutes, compliance activities automated, and information assets protected. Available today, LogLogic 4 includes over 30 new major features, performance improvements and innovations such as Multi-dimensional AnalyticsTM that integrate "Google-like" search with reporting on indexed data and rapid drill-downs through "drag-and-drop" menus.
LogLogic 4 is the first open Log Management PlatformTM. Through a Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) and open Application Programming Interface (API), users can develop their own log analysis applications - or easily integrate log data with existing SIEM deployments, operations consoles and management dashboards, strategically extending LogLogic's platform across the Enterprise. Only LogLogic combines the benefits of openness, with the robust scalability, security and reliability required in "carrier-grade" infrastructure and non-stop applications, making it a more strategic alternative to one dimensional log tools or proprietary event management applications.
"LogLogic 4 eliminates the cost and complexity of log silos and breaks data free from proprietary log and search applications", said Chris Brennan, president and CEO, LogLogic. "Leveraging LogLogic 4's open platform and APIs, IT and Security managers will be able to quickly create and extend reporting and dashboards to end-users in HR and Compliance roles, sharing information with critical compliance, security and management applications used across global enterprises. Armed with Multi-dimensional Analytics, IT can now go beyond pure log searching technologies to streamline forensics tasks or accelerate the troubleshooting process for devices from days to just minutes. Faster time to resolution means more higher system availability, yielding greater IT productivity and more business resilience."
"Faced with risks from many external threats, IT is waking up to the importance of collecting log and network flow data," said Jon Oltsik. "By providing data insight from log data to network operations, compliance management, system administrators, lines of businesses and security silos across the enterprise, the business data mart is turning into an enterprise IT data warehouse. Offering an open log management platform that reports on all devices and application data, LogLogic finally gives enterprises a way to break down log silos and allow the intelligent warehousing of log data for business advantage."