Sumo Logic

Redwood City, CA, USA
2010
  |  By Joe Kim
It’s safe to say that Generative AI and the launch of GPT4 caused the most excitement – and fear – in technology in 2023. It’s not surprising with its possible areas of application and ease of use. Even schoolchildren are using it!
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In a perfect world, there would be no issues with the operating system and no problems with the applications. Unfortunately, this isn’t a perfect world. System failures can and will occur, and when they do, it is the responsibility of system administrators to diagnose and resolve the issues. But where can system administrators begin the search for solutions when problems arise? The answer is Windows event logs.
  |  By Scott Fitzpatrick
Modern systems look very different than they did years ago. For the most part, development organizations have moved away from building traditional monoliths towards developing containerized applications running across a highly distributed infrastructure. While this change has made systems inherently more resilient, the increase in overall complexity has made it more important and more challenging to effectively identify and address problems at their root cause when issues occur.
  |  By Kalyan Ramanathan
You should read this if you are an executive (CIO/CISO/CxO) or IT professional seeking to understand various Kubernetes business use cases. You’ll address topics like: Many enterprises adopting a multi-cloud strategy and breaking up their monolithic code realize that container management platforms like Kubernetes are the first step to building scalable modern applications.
  |  By Michael Riordan and Janet Alexander
The clock is ticking for financial services companies that operate in the European Union (EU). Starting in January 2025, financial services providers and their third-party technology service providers must meet the new regulatory requirements of the Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA).
  |  By Anton Ovrutsky and Brandon Borodach
In the continually evolving digital landscape, the importance of effective and efficient logging cannot be overstated. When we journey into the realm of Linux, this rings particularly true. Today, we'll delve into why Linux logging is vital, the challenges customers commonly encounter with it, and how Sumo Logic has emerged as a market leader in providing unparalleled SIEM solutions.
  |  By Michael Riordan and Greg Ziemiecki
It’s time to stop firefighting. With Sumo Logic’s AWS Observability, companies like Snoop have been able to simplify data collection, achieve unified visibility across AWS accounts and regions and leverage machine learning to troubleshoot — fast. This re:Invent, we’re excited to showcase how our capabilities for AWS have evolved.
  |  By Joe Kim
This time of year, complete with Thanksgiving, re:Invent and December holidays around the world, ends up feeling like a natural moment to pause, reflect, and plan for what’s ahead. This is especially true this year, as it also marks my half-year anniversary as CEO of Sumo Logic. I have a strong sense of why I joined, what I’ve learned since leading the incredible team of Sumos, and where I see us going in the future.
  |  By Tyler Diderich
In today’s digital age, adopting public cloud platforms like Amazon Web Services (AWS) security means reinforcing them. AWS is a complex and versatile platform. When problems or security incidents arise, it's important to have a systematic approach to investigation and analysis or it can quickly become noisy with lots of false positives. This is where the Adversarial Tactics, Techniques, and Common Knowledge (MITRE ATT&CK) framework can help.
  |  By Alec Kostiner
As cloud applications and services gain prominence amongst organizations, adversaries are evolving their toolset to target these cloud networks. The surge in remote work and teleconferencing presents unprecedented opportunities for nefarious activities. Enter the MITRE ATT&CK Framework, also known as a MITRE ATT&CK Matrix—a treasure trove for defending cloud infrastructure and on-premises infrastructure against the newest adversary tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs).
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Please join us as Melissa reviews Open Telemetry and Sumo Logic OTEL Distro Collection.
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Meet Rick Jury, Senior Technical Account Manager at Sumo Logic. In this video, Rick talks about the ingestion pipeline and the journey that a log message takes from collection into the Sumo platform, and considerations for administrators around the ingestion pipeline. You will be excited to see how this translates into a search, turning a raw event into a schema and then into actual insights.
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Please join us as Bashyam and Ash teach us about alerting and playbooks for Monitoring & Observability within Sumo Logic!
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Please join us as Trent teaches us how to use Sumo Logic Dashboards!
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Please join us as Greg reviews Sumo Logic's AWS Observability updates.
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Join Gene, a Technical Account Manager at Sumo Logic, as he discusses some tips and tricks for logs and searching.
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Learn about Sumo Logic's Cloud Infrastructure Security for AWS, an effective way to monitor threats and suspicious activity across your entire AWS environment.
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This video introduces Sumo Logic's AWS Observability solution, which is an all-in-one approach to give visibility into the important elements of the cloud infrastructure and assist in troubleshooting complex issues. This video further describes the features of the observability solution such as pre-built dashboards, prepackaged log searches, and the out-of-the-box alerts that help in monitoring and troubleshooting.
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This video explains Entities List in Sumo Logic, its usage, and benefits. The video further demonstrates how to access and use the Entities List in the Sumo Logic Interface.
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Please join us as Saurabh uses an Interactive Word Game to show how to use Sumo Logic's Log Analytics.
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Security information and event management (SIEM) solutions have been around since 2000, and they were developed with the goal of helping organizations in the early detection of targeted attacks and data breaches.
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SIEM stands for Security Information and Event Management and these solutions have been around since 2000. They were developed with the goal of helping organizations in the early detection of targeted attacks and data breaches.
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In this paper we will discuss some of the general philosophies and perspectives that will assist anyone who wants to securely leverage the benefits the cloud by using its strengths to overcome issues that have traditionally been labeled as weaknesses.
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Enterprises of all sizes are facing an information technology crisis. Ironically, this crisis comes at a time when the power of IT has never been stronger, thus presenting both an opportunity and a challenge.
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It is essential to have a machine data analytics platform that can support logs, metrics and events. It is even more important to have machine data analytics platform as a service that eliminates additional burden of managing the management system.
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This white paper describes the technologies and processes used by Sumo Logic to secure customer data, and provides background on the company's deeply ingrained security culture.
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This white paper is intended to support stakeholders movement of applications to the cloud, and provide some fundamental approaches to adopt in order to better protect every layer of the AWS infrastructure.
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Building an ELK Stack can be expensive and requires lot of time and resources to make it production ready. This technical paper will highlight the efforts involved in building an ELK Stack.
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The AWS Cloud is no longer the future of information technology infrastructure, but rather a present day reality. As data growth continues to expand, organizations around the world are avoiding building, and in some cases, actively closing down, on-premises datacenters as paying for the total cost of ownership for such environments is becoming an unwieldy, or at the very least inefficient, use of capital. This trend can be observed with the increasingly rapid adoption of cloud services over recent years.
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Sumo Logic commissioned 451 Research to conduct a research study to better understand the potential of machine data. Is machine data in fact an important source of fuel in the analytics economy? Do businesses recognize the role machine data can play in driving business intelligence? Are businesses that recognize the power of machine data leaders in their field?

Empowering the People Who Power Modern Business. A Cloud-native Machine Data Analytics Platform for DevSecOps.

Sumo Logic is a secure, cloud-native, machine data analytics service, delivering real-time, continuous intelligence from structured, semi-structured and unstructured data across the entire application lifecycle and stack.

Build, run and secure your AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform or Hybrid applications with Sumo Logic, a cloud-native, machine data analytics service for log management and time series metrics.

  • Optimize Continuous Delivery: Accelerate development, testing, & deployment of your application.
  • Monitor & Troubleshoot in Real Time: Enable DevOps to proactively identify and fix performance issues.
  • Secure Your Platform: Detect, investigate and respond to security issues instantly.
  • Simplify Compliance Management: Ensure compliance with HIPAA, PCI, GDPR and much more.

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