The syslog-ng Store Box™ (SSB) is a high-performance, high-reliability log management appliance that builds on the strengths of syslog-ng Premium Edition. With SSB, you can search logs, secure sensitive information with granular access policies, generate reports to demonstrate compliance, and forward log data to 3rd party analysis tools.Request online demo
Turnkey solution to manage your log data
SSB uses the syslog-ng Premium Edition as log collection agents which provide highly scalable and reliable log collection. Installers are available for 50+ platforms, including the most popular Linux distributions, commercial versions of UNIX and Windows
The syslog-ng Store Box’s indexing engine is optimized for performance. Depending on its exact configuration, one syslog-ng Store Box can collect and index up to 100,000 messages per second for sustained periods. A single SSB can collect log messages from more than 5,000 log sources. When deployed in a client-relay configuration, a single SSB can collect logs from tens of thousands of log sources
With SSB’s full-text search, you can search through billions of logs in seconds via the intuitive web-based user interface. Wildcards and Boolean operators allow you to perform complex searches and drill down on the results. Users can gain a quick overview and pinpoint problems. Users can easily create customized reports from the charts and statistics they create on the search interface to demonstrate compliance with standards and regulations such as PCI-DSS, ISO 27001, SOX and HIPAA.
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With SSB you can store large amounts of log data, create automated retention policies, and backup data to remote servers. The largest SSB appliance can store up to 10 terabytes of uncompressed data. You can also forward logs to 3rd party analysis tools or fetch data from SSB via its REST API.
Log data frequently contains sensitive information. SSB can store log data in encrypted, compressed, and time-stamped binary files restricting access to authorized personnel only. Authentication, Authorization and Accounting settings can restrict access to the SSB configuration and stored logs based on usergroup privileges and can be integrated with LDAP and Radius databases