Orchestrates the logging infrastructure. Distributes, consolidates and visualizes analytics and search results
Monitors logs and operational data as it's generated and streams deltas to a bank of Index Stores
Indexes and searches logs and operational data locally in-place on the machines where it is generated
Stores, indexes and searches log files and operational data collected by the Forwarders
When a new data source is added, Logscape will dynamically discover the data on-the-fly. Live-streaming data will be monitored, and historical data will be imported.
Local Indexers and Central Index Stores will automatically index the data and build a profile of search-related information.
When a search is executed, it's distributed across all Local Indexers and Central Index Stores and the analytics are rolled-up via a multistage map-reduce.
Get started with a single indexer...
Deploy the Logscape Manager to a single server to begin analyzing unlimited data volumes. Use Forwarders to stream data from any location and collect, index and search data from:
As a general guideline, a single-indexer setup will allow you to index volumes of around 30 GB/day on well-endowed hardware (CPU: 16 Cores | MEM: 32G), depending upon your usage profile. There are no explicit volume limits, when using the fully licensed version of Logscape.
...add Central and Local Indexers to scale
Once you’re up and running with a Logscape Manager, you can dynamically add Forwarders, Local Indexers and Central Index Stores as needed to accommodate your growing volumes of data.
Map to your existing data center topology
Securely span multiple data centers and cloud environments to create an enterprise-wide distributed data fabric for all your log files and operational data.
Local Indexers and Central Index Stores can index, search and analyze structured or unstructured data from a variety of sources, including:
There are no explicit limits on the data volumes that Local Indexers and Central Index Stores can handle. In practice, overall performance of your data fabric will depend upon:
As a general guideline, Local Indexers and Central Index Stores can index volumes of around 100 GB/day on well-endowed hardware (CPU: 16 Cores | MEM: 48G) You need fast disks!