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  • Five Ways to Get Even More Out of the Elastic Stack

    The Elastic Stack is a powerful tool for organizations looking to analyze observability data with a scalable platform at an affordable price point. By pairing it with an observability pipeline like Cribl LogStream, you can cut storage and compute costs, too. Read on to learn how you can get more out of the Elastic Stack in 5 simple steps.

  • Ensure Long-term Success with Elastic and Cribl

    Explore this short white paper to learn how Cribl LogStream and Elastic have become a powerful way for organizations to manage, prepare, and analyze critical observability data rapidly, even at huge scale.

  • Streamline Network Detection and Enable Faster Response with Corelight and Cribl

    Monitoring network traffic is essential to SecOps, but it’s made more difficult when Netflow logs flood your SIEM. Download this brief to learn how Cribl’s LogStream and Corelight’s Network Detection & Response (NDR) platform work together to replace low quality, “side-effect” network data with rich, protocol-comprehensive Zeek logs.

  • FINRA Levels Up their Data Game without a Steep Learning Curve

    The Financial Industry Regulatory Agency (FINRA) used Cribl LogStream to get massive volumes of data—4TB a day for their analytics platform alone—flowing to the right destinations in the right formats. Read on to learn how LogStream reduces complexity, saves FINRA time and effort with EN mappings, improves data processing, and more.

  • Future-proof your Business with Cribl LogStream™ + Amazon Web Services

    Read on to learn how Cribl LogStream and AWS combine to help future-proof businesses with better observability data management, reduced ingested log volumes, fewer duplicate fields, and much more.

  • The Observability Pipeline Buyer’s Guide

    Download this guide to explore a checklist of key ideas to consider when looking at a observability pipeline, such as protocol support and management systems. Plus, alternative build strategies for implementing one in your organization.

  • Five Ways to Save on Splunk

    Splunk offers one of the most comprehensive and effective platforms available when it comes to big data observability; but all their capabilities in data integration, automation, and analytics can also strain capacity and budget. Access this list today to learn 5 ways you can cut costs and increase efficiency by pairing Cribl LogStream with Splunk.

  • A Security Engineer’s Nightmare

    For security pros, preventing breaches and ensuring data privacy is hectic enough – having an incompetent system on top of these challenges can introduce new levels of stress. Read this white paper to learn how Cribl is helping security engineers log information and incidents so they can focus their efforts on more important tasks.

  • Why Log Systems Require So Much Infrastructure& 3 Ways to Fix Them

    Because log systems can be easy to access and query, an overload of data has plagued these systems and led to an overtaxed pipeline that can cost you valuable compute resources and money. Read this white paper to learn why log systems require so much infrastructure, indexing drawbacks, and storage alternatives to fill gaps in your data pipeline.

  • Migrating Log Analytics to the Cloud

    Log analytics have emerged as a powerful tool, allowing you to understand your data and systems in ways that weren’t possible before. But these SaaS solutions often incur massive costs due to unregulated and unnecessary data streaming. Check out this white paper to learn how an observability pipeline can help you overcome this issue.

  • 6 Techniques to Control Log Volume

    Log analytics system costs can get expensive during high volume periods. But with a bit of elbow grease, admins can usually trim ingestion rates by a dramatic margin – sometimes by as much as 50%. Inside, learn 6 tips on how to control log volume data.

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