With its latest 4 F6 feature release, you can deploy syslog-ng Store Box (SSB) on Amazon Web Services (AWS) using a bring-your-own license. Running SSB in AWS brings you the obvious benefits of running an application in the cloud, the most notable of these is the ability to dynamically adapt to the changing capacity needs of your application. Since AWS offers a range of instance types suitable for different use cases, and you only pay for what you use, you can use AWS-based SSBs for example for ad hoc testing purposes or different proof of concept validations. Of course, you can move your entire log collection and management infrastructure to AWS as well with this option. You can check the installation process in our detailed guide.
By Hunor Voith on November 28, 2016
Hunor is the product marketing manager of syslog-ng and syslog-ng Store Box. Before joining Balabit, he worked as an editor at HWSW.hu, the leading IT pro portal in Hungary, and prior to that, he was an internal communication and CSR specialist at one of the worlds largest electronic manufacturing services company. He's passionate just about everything related to technology and communication, and loves books and travelling.
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