Setting up a Windows Event Collector (WEC) on Linux

Windows Event Forwarding (WEF) is a service available on Microsoft Windows platforms which enables the forwarding of events from Windows Event Log to a central Windows Event Collector. Since the technology is built into the operating system, this means you can centralize log collection without having to install third party software on each Windows node. You can also use Group Policy for configuring clients to forward their events. This approach not only standardizes client management but also streamlines it.

Enhance Azure Sentinel’s ingestion capabilities with NXLog; High Availability Deployment; Send Log Data to Sumo Logic and more

February 2021 Newsletter

Enhancing Azure Sentinel’s ingestion capabilities with NXLog

This advanced article on sending logs to Azure Sentinel’s explains how the Azure Monitor HTTP Data Collector API enables clients, such as the NXLog Enterprise Edition agent, to send events to a Log Analytics workspace, making them directly accessible using Azure Sentinel queries.

NXLog Containers were certified by Red Hat

Applications are getting more and more complex. The demand to develop them faster is ever-increasing. This puts stress on organizations’ processes, infrastructure, and the IT teams that support them.

Modern Container technology helps to alleviate issues faster across multiple environments. Linux containers are another evolutionary leap in how applications are developed, deployed, and managed. These containers are based on stable Red Hat Enterprise Linux images that have no adverse effects on your current IT infrastructure.