June 02, 2010
SAN JOSE, Calif., June 2, 2010 -- LogLogic, the leader in security and log management, today released a technology preview of its upcoming family of log management virtual appliances. The LogLogic Log Management Virtual Appliances will be the market’s first full-service virtual log management solutions, offering enterprise-grade log data collection, search and storage capabilities for companies seeking to improve business operations, enhance security and meet strict compliance mandates.
As with LogLogic’s hardware-based log management solutions, the LogLogic Log Management Virtual Appliances will deliver comprehensive log aggregation, retention, and search, as well as customizable alerts and reports covering identity and access management, user activity, network changes, security, business continuity and IT performance. The virtual appliances will operate on recent versions of VMWare’s ESX virtual servers as well as on devices running VMWare WorkStation, and VMWare Player.
“In order to meet strict compliance mandates and improve overall security posture, businesses must collect, retain and analyze log data from applications and devices distributed all over the world,” said Guy Churchward, CEO of LogLogic. “By offering a virtual solution, our customers will gain increased flexibility and scalability from their log management deployments as well as lower operational costs, all while experiencing the same quality of our hardware-based solutions. This is also another step in our march to being a premier cloud technology provider.”
To sign up for LogLogic’s Technology Preview of the Log Management Virtual Appliance, visit http://loglogic.com/Virtual-Appliance. All support for the tech preview will be provided via the LogLogic Community Portal, open.loglogic.com.
The LogLogic Log Management Virtual Appliances will be generally available in the fourth quarter of 2010.
LogLogic (www.loglogic.com) is the leader in log management and security event management solutions. More than 1,000 customers worldwide entrust their most sensitive log data to LogLogic’s award-winning products.
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