Sumo Logic Application for PCI Compliance
The Sumo Logic Application for PCI Compliance is an addition to our Enterprise Security Analytics solutions and helps organizations of any size meet the stringent PCI Data Security standards. With over 58 pre-built searches, 13 dashboards and 82 reports, customers can rapidly uncover compliance events in real-time and visually demonstrate PCI compliance.
Sumo Logic Data Volume Index
The new Data Volume Index gives customers visibility into their account’s data ingest volume in both bytes and number of log messages processed. This capability allows customers to proactively manage systems’ behavior and align data ingest with their Sumo Logic subscription plan. Once enabled by the administrator, the new data will be searchable in the customer account. Sumo Logic also provides an Application for Data Volume for out-of–the-box dashboards and searches that deliver a comprehensive view of data usage volume by category, collector, source name, and hosts.
Sumo Logic announces integration with ServiceNow
This industry-leading integration enables enterprise IT to automate proactive event detection and remediation. Learn how the integration can help your business obtain real-time, end-to-end infrastructure visibility, improve IT and employee productivity and reduce business costs.
Sumo Logic Application Library
The new Sumo Logic Application Library is now available to all customers. The Application Library eliminates the need to download applications; customers can simply install applications by following a wizard-based process and enjoy a true self-service experience. The applications are available under the new "Apps" tab.
Read more about the Sumo Logic Application Library at the Sumo Logic blog.
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Sumo Logic Source for Windows Performance Monitor Logs
The new source type allows customers to easily collect Windows Performance Monitor Logs, both locally and remotely. Windows Performance Monitor Log Sources use default Perfmon queries, or custom queries written in WMI Query Language. Queries run at a frequency customers set to collect data.