Logging as a Service
What is Logging as a Service?
LaaS is needed
To simplify the monitoring and control of all existing infrastructure
To obtain a single set of information from all of its services, which is easier to store and process.
To control log access levels
To optimize business processes
Save the resources needed to support their own products and infrastructure
Single platform for log management.
Set up integrations with your systems and make sure everything is handled correctly
High speed of operation.
Large storage volumes and fast transfer channels
Log normalisation allows you to use SQL syntax for searches.
Fully managed access rights.
You decide who gets access to different levels of information, including who gets alerts
99.9% availability SLA plus advanced data protection.
You pay for the amount of resources you use - and only when you use the service.
Companies monitoring their budgets
LaaS will not have a significant impact on your CAPEX and OPEX.
Companies using multiple SaaS and PaaS
Logging as a service is ideal for keeping track of any number of cloud services provided by third parties.
Companies with a hybrid (cloud and local) infrastructure
LaaS helps keep track of the hybrid environment. It is entirely cloud-based.
Companies with a distributed infrastructure
Companies that have a geographically distributed IT infrastructure and choose LaaS to act as a single 'command centre'.
What can be tracked with LaaS
Monitors hardware status and failures
Collects performance/failure data
Monitors SAN, RAID, NAS storage performance
Collects data from application availability and resource consumption.
Gets more insight into all cloud metrics for optimisation at a later date.
Virtual infrastructure logging so you can choose the best scenario for your deployment.
Minimise the cost of IT monitoring and put your logs in safe hands
Why iiii Tech is the right choice for you?