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Load Balancing Graylog with NGINX: Ultimate Guide

In cybersecurity, “Load Balancing Graylog with Nginx: The Ultimate Guide” is your reference guide. This guide helps to install Nginx. Imagine your Graylog, already proficient at managing vast log data, now enhanced with the Nginx load balancing capability to ensure peak performance. NGINX ensures your Graylog cluster isn’t over-taxed, similar to a well-organized team where work is evenly distributed.

Graylog Appoints Ross Brewer as Vice President and Managing Director EMEA to Support its Strong International Growth

Graylog announces Ross Brewer's appointment as Vice President and Managing Director in EMEA, based in the company's London office. This strategic executive appointment will help the Hamburg-born company build upon its strong momentum across the EMEA region.

What is an API Gateway

When people bemoan the complexity of interconnected IT environments, they usually mean that an organization has a lot of applications that all share data with each other. As your organization adds more applications, you need to make sure that they securely share data with each other. In short, security and development teams find themselves working to deploy and protect the Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) that enable applications to talk to each other.

Graylog Parsing Rules and AI Oh My!

In the log aggregation game, the biggest difficulty you face can be setting up parsing rules for your logs. To qualify this statement: simply getting log files into Graylog is easy. Graylog also has out-of-the-box parsing of a wide variety of common log sources, so if your logs fall into one of the many categories of log for which there is either a dedicated Input; a dedicated Illuminate component; or that uses a defined Syslog format; then yes, parsing logs is also easy.

What You Need to Know About ITIL for Service Management

As the person on the front lines, you know that providing the best service possible can be what makes your ITSM organization succeed. Every day, you work to build the relationships that help your organization create value for end-users. However, when you have inefficient processes, you end up having to be the person responding to an upset user.