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SSH, tail, and grep don’t scale very well – logstash is better.
Logstash is an open source, free, and scalable tool that can help you get a grip on your logs and events. Search and analyze your infrastructure with ease, in real-time; let logstash be a crystal ball for viewing events in your infrastructure and your business. Additionally, logstash acts as a pipeline, so you can easily automate reactions and alerts through the logstash pipeline to create a self-healing infrastructure or to fire off alerts.
This talk will introduce logstash and cover how it can be used to debug and analyze problems with your infrastructure and your business: centralize your event and log collection, analyze data, and correlate failures.
Project site: http://code.google.com/p/logstash.
Jordan is a hacker in San Jose, CA who specializes in log wrangling. When not wearing a sysadmin hat or writing code, he enjoys hanging out with his awesome wife and dog.
You can find him on twitter as @jordansissel and on github as the same.
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