syslog-ng is an open source, versatile and highly scalable system logging application used in millions of deployments to create centralized and trusted logging solutions. It is also used in a wide range of consumer products, from Kindle readers to cars and airplanes.
Created more than twenty years ago as a syslogd replacement for improved routing, filtering, and reliability, syslog-ng soon gained popularity in open source communities, and became a standard building block of logging infrastructures.
Over the Years
Over the years, syslog-ng was the foundation of commercially successful product lines, became supported by the biggest SIEM and log management vendors, and adopted by some of the world’s largest companies and government agencies.
Logging operator is the standard Kubernetes tool to configure and manage a centralized logging solution for a cluster, using cloud native tools and philosophies in a secure manner.
Both syslog-ng and Logging operator are open source products, developed over the years by multiple individuals and organizations. Axoflow does not intend to display or imply that Axoflow as an organization would be the sole proprietor of the Intellectual Property embedded in these products. On the contrary, Axoflow is using these technologies the same way as every consumer of these technologies would: meeting the terms and conditions of their respective license agreements.
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