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April 18, 2013By Sanjay Sarathy

Universal Collection of Machine Data

Customers love flexibility, especially if that flexibility drives additional business value. In that vein, today we announced an expansion of our log data collection capabilities with our hosted HTTPS and Amazon S3 collectors that eliminate the need for any local software installation. There may be a variety of reasons why you don’t want or can’t have local collectors – for example, not having access to the underlying infrastructure as often happens with Infrastructure-As-A-Service (IaaS) environments. Or you simply don’t feeling like deploying any local software into your current infrastructure. Defining these hosted collectors is now baked into the set-up process, whether you’re using Sumo Logic Free or our Enterprise product.

With these new capabilities, companies can now unify how they collect and analyze log data generated from private clouds, public clouds, and their on-premise infrastructure. They can then apply our unique analytics capabilities like LogReduce to generate insight across every relevant application and operational tier.

With companies increasingly moving towards the Cloud to power different parts of their business, it’s imperative that they have the necessary means to troubleshoot and monitor their diverse infrastructure. Sumo Logic provides that flexibility.

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