TAKE CONTROL AND SHAPE YOUR DATA
All your Observability Data. All under Control. All under Budget.
When data-logging systems reach their capacity, this usually means increased license expense, and additional infrastructure costs to meet data-retention demands. Cribl Stream, allows you to take complete control of your data, reducing unnecessary ingestion, enriching the data with business context information, and releasing potential capacity in your licenses for more business relevant data.
Stream is an affordable, versatile solution to maximise the potential of the data-logging systems. Networkology is proud to partner with Cribl, as a reseller of their product portfolio and a provider of Professional Services to Cribl customers.
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TURN BIG DATA INTO BETTER DATA
Tired of the trade-offs for collecting, analysing, and storing your observability data? Stop compromising. Start with Cribl. Harness the power of CHOICE with a purpose-built Observability Pipeline that gives you the power to collect, reduce, transform, and route machine data from anywhere, to anywhere – from a single interface.
The Observability Pipeline
Stream is a versatile data observability pipeline, providing filtering, enrichment, restructuring of your data in-flight. It can sit in the path of your data-flow and deliver transformation capabilities to help ensure the data leaving Stream contains business relevant content, is applicable to the platform ingesting or receiving it.
Stream comes with over 50 connectors for common protocols, products and data-sources, providing an ingress route into the pipeline and provides a rich set of transformations that can be applied to your data as it traverses the pipeline, to ensure that the output is the data you need, in the format you need.
Stream’s intuitive user-interface makes the creation, administration and enhancement of your pipelines easy and effective. With a wide range of output connectors, it can allow your data to flow to destinations like Splunk, or in common ingestion formats like Syslog, XML or JSON.
WHY CHOOSE CRIBL STREAM?
STREAM GIVES YOU COMPLETE CONTROL
Stream allows you to implement an observability pipeline which helps you parse, restructure, and enrich data in flight – before you pay to analyse it. Get the right data, where you want, in the formats you need.
To Route Your Data
Route data to the best tool for the job – or all the tools for the job – by translating and formatting data into any tooling schema you require.
Let different departments choose different analytics environments without having to deploy new agents or forwarders.
To Reduce Your Data
As much as 50% of log and metric data goes unused – null fields, duplicate data, and fields that offer zero analytical value. With Stream, you can trim wasted data streams and analyse only what you need.
To Shape Your Data
Process your machine data before you pay to analyse it. Translate and transform, enrich, parse, and structure log data to focus on signal and not noise.
Enrich logs with third party data such as geo-IP or known threat databases. Secure log data with encryption, masking, and role-based access controls.
To Collect Your Data
Stream is the best way to get multiple data formats into the tools you trust for your Security and IT efforts. Use the Stream universal receiver to collect from any machine data source – and even to schedule batch collection from REST APIs, Kinesis Firehose, Raw HTTP, and Microsoft Office 365 APIs.
To Transform Your Data Format
Stream’s pipelines have the ability to receive data in a well-known established format; transform it on-the-fly within the pipeline; and output the data in required new format.
For example, imagine your network switches are sending SNMP traps as notifications to your strategic monitoring platform – Splunk. Natively SNMP has been a challenge to capture and process in Splunk, but placing Stream within the path allows a pipeline to be transformed from the SNMP packets to a Splunk native output. Its extensible architecture allows for strategic placement of Stream workers, feeding into your centralised Splunk platform.
A LITTLE MATHS. BIG SAVINGS
The Cribl Stream ROI Calculator gives you an easy way to calculate the savings with Stream. Whilst this calculator is designed for clients in the US, the same principles apply with regards to savings here in the United Kingdom. How much could Stream save you on your license? Check now to find out.
THE KEY BENEFITS AND FEATURES
- Cloud or on-premise platforms supported
- Free, Standard or Enterprise Solutions available
- Scalable from small single desktop instances to large-distributed enterprise architectures
- Highly performant, parallel-processing, sub-millisecond latency for pipeline throughput
- Over 50 integrations with common event sources and destinations (more being added every release)
- Over 30 out of the box in-built functions for data transformation and enrichment (more being added every release)
- QuickConnect – Streamlined workflows to save you time
- RBAC policy-based permissions
- Centralised Management console
- Data generators for testing pipelines and capabilities
Interested in Cribl? Get in Touch
Networkology has a team of consultants trained and experienced in delivering Professional Services on Stream. Please contact us for pricing and to discuss your requirements.
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