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Blogs in the Using Sumo Logic Category Sumo Logic offers unique and powerful technology, along with the documentation to unleash its full potential. Here you'll find posts discussing best practices, new features, customer studies, uses in log management and analytics, and integrations with popular IT and DevOps tools. Learn how to use Sumo Logic to improve your organization.
Understanding and Analyzing IIS Logs

If you administer web servers—or any kind of Windows server, really—there is a good chance that you work at least occasionally with IIS logs. IIS logs store data from Internet Information Services (IIS), Microsoft’s website and web application hosting product. Whether you are a seasoned IIS administrator, or just need to learn to work occasionally […]

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Machine Learning and Log Analysis

Log analysis involves large volume of data. Startups can generate a couple of gigabytes of data per day, and the largest web companies like Facebook log many terabytes of log data every day. (Back in 2009, Facebook was already logging a full 25TB daily.) How can you make sense of all that data? If you […]

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Working with Apache Error Log Files

Apache, an open source web server that dates back to the mid-1990s, is one of the oldest web servers still in widespread use today. It remains one of the most popular web server platforms out there (even though NGINX has been slowly eroding its market share for a while). This means that there is a […]

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Terraform and Sumo Logic – Build Monitoring into your Cloud Infrastructure

Are you using Terraform and looking for a way to easily monitor your cloud infrastructure? Whether you’re new to Terraform, or you control all of your cloud infrastructure through Terraform, this post provides a few examples how to integrate Sumo Logic’s monitoring platform into Terraform-scripted cloud infrastructure. Collect Logs and Metrics from your Terraform Infrastructure Sumo Logic’s ability […]

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Use Sumo Logic to Collect Raspberry Pi Logs

Raspberry Pi’s are great little computers for anything from home servers to prototyping of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. As a server, they’re going to be generating data such as who’s accessing the server and security logs. As an IoT device, the sky’s the limit for the type of data it will generate from any number of […]

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Integrating Machine Data Analytics in New Relic Insights via Sumo Logic Webhooks

When Sumo Logic and New Relic announced a partnership at AWS re:Invent 2016, we immediately started hearing the excitement from our joint customers. The ability to combine the strengths of two leading SaaS services that offer fast time-to-value for monitoring and troubleshooting modern applications would offer a powerful and complete view of digital businesses, from […]

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Disrupting the Economics of Machine Data Analytics

The power of modern applications is their ability to leverage the coming together of mobile, social, information and cloud to drive new and disruptive experiences…To enable companies to be more agile, to accelerate the pace at which they roll out new code, to adopt DevSecOps methodologies where traditional siloed walls between the teams are disappearing. But […]

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Universal Access

“In God we trust, all others must bring data.” – W. Edward Dennings Over the years, we’ve all internalized the concept that data driven decision making is key. We’ve watched as digital businesses like AirBnB, Uber, and Amazon far outpace their competitors in market-share and profitability. They do this by tapping into continuous intelligence: they […]

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