Here at Logit.io, we believe that our hosted ELK solution provides a complete package of tools and services for data analysis.
We use both Logstash and Elasticsearch to ensure that your data is easy to access, search through and interpret. We also provide you with Kibana to empower you to carry out intuitive analysis through data visualisation.
We even migrate your data into the ELK stack for you and personally manage your data security.
However, one of the most important services we offer is also one of the most simple: we enable you to store all your data in a single location. Our hosted ELK solution can house data sets from widespread systems that differ dramatically from one another.
What’s more, our hosted ELK solution can normalise different schema to ensure that data from different systems can be compared on a like-for-like basis. But why is it so important to have all your data in one place and one format?
It is difficult (and sometimes impossible) to perform a complete and useful analysis of your data if it is spread across a wide variety of systems, especially if each set uses a different schema. Gathering all the data from different systems can be time consuming or tricky, and the data stored on certain systems may no longer be current by the time you’ve finished. Naturally, it can also be harder to carry out the analysis itself, simply because you have to take various different data formats into account. Luckily, you can tackle these problems by simply collating your data in a single digital storage space and standardising the different schema used in each set. If your data is stored in a single log (and uses the same schema) it can be retrieved and analysed instantly and easily. This is what our hosted ELK solution allows you to do.
Our hosted ELK solution is fast, secure and cutting-edge. However, it’s most useful feature is also its least complex: it houses all of your data, regardless of how many different systems it was generated on. Remember: the first step to successfully analysing your data is collating and standardising it.