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File:20151215-Reliable log data transfer-Pascal Buchbinder.pdf

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(about syslog, logstash and log data signing) Collecting and processing log data has never been so easy as it is today. However, there are still some implementation details to consider in order to ensure that you don't lose any data. Choosing the wrong approach might cause loss of data just in the moment when you need the data most. This short field report shows you the implementation using either rsyslog or logstash for the transport and also shows how log message signatures ensure that detect if anything get lost.

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