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.

NXLog Enterprise Edition version 5.2 Release Announcement

Release Announcement

We are proud to announce the first minor release in the new major version of NXLog Enterprise Edition.

The release fixes a number of bugs and issues and we are expanding the capabilities of our new passive network monitoring module with additional protocol parsers focusing on Industrial Control Systems.

This release also brings the initial version of our new module im_maculs - a native collection method for Apple's Unified Logging System.

Stay In The Know: Check Out What NXLog Plans For Q1 2021

December 2020 Newsletter

Plans for Q1 2021

Before we say goodbye to 2020, check out some of our plans for Q1 2021!

  • In a few weeks time we are releasing the NXLog Enterprise Edition v5.2 which will offer you further SCADA and ICS log collection capabilities as a follow-up to v5.1
  • The NXLog Manager 6.0, to be released in February, will help large enterprises with better scalability, more APIs, and multitenancy support

Collect Logs from SCADA Systems; Log Compression and Data at Rest Protection Video Tutorial; Watch Webinar: NXLog Community Edition vs Enterprise Edition and further topics

November 2020 Newsletter

WATCH WEBINAR: NXLog Community Edition vs. NXLog Enterprise Edition

Were you able to attend our latest webinar on Why, When, and How - Migrating from NXLog Community Edition to NXLog Enterprise Edition?

If not, you can watch the replay now on our YouTube channel.