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What types of data can Devo manage?

  • Structured and unstructured data
  • Databases, text files
  • Social networks
  • Syslog, Syslog-ng, Rsyslog
  • HTTP, File transfer, Netflow
  • WMI, SDE, SNMP, JDBC, SMTP
  • APIs

How is data sent to Devo?

  • Devo supports the delivery of encoded data using standard protocols like SSL, TLS, Syslog (TCP and UDP), SFTP, and more. Devo also supports X509v3 public key certificates.
  • All data is securely transmitted to our relays using encrypted channels authenticated with double certification.
  • Data is sent in real time unless otherwise configured for deferred delivery.

          

How can you control data access and security using Devo?

Permission levels per view
  • Devo provides fine granularity of data to facilitate powerful and flexible data analysis.

  • Different types of visualizations can be attached to each log and different permission levels can be assigned to each visualization.

  • Views can also be established based on the importance of the log.

Event encoding
  • Data fields for each event may be either encoded or decoded depending upon the access profile.
Privacy levels
  • A range of privacy levels can be assigned to data.

  • Data can be stored in WORM (Write Once Read Multiple) systems to avoid modification.

Legal compliance

  • Digital signatures and timestamps per event can be applied to ensure compliance with legal requirements.

How does Devo leverage your data?

Devo simplifies the management and use of your data with these five primary functions:

1. Data collection - multiple methods to send your data to Devo

Devo supports most major protocols but there are also other ways to send the data to Devo. 

  • In Windows and Unix environments, a Devo agent can be used to send the data.
  • An In-house Relay can be deployed within your infrastructure for the purpose of collecting your data forwarding it to Devo. 
2. Data centralization - all in one single point

Regardless of where your data is generated or where the servers and applications reside, you have a single access point for data management and analysis.

3. Search & Analyze - high-throughput for data analysis

Browse, search, and analyze your information in data tables identified by the tagging structure previously created.

  • Your information is collected in a data table that can be viewed and modified in several levels using tags.
  • When viewing a data table, you can perform several operations to facilitate analysis including filtering, grouping, aggregating, and concatenating your data. You can also add/delete columns, perform statistical operations, and more.
4. Alerts - all delivered in real-time

Manage your real-time alerts to stay on top of your business at all times.

  • Alerts can be triggered based on simple thresholds or complex correlations.
  • Alerts are delivered in real-time using different mechanisms (e-mail, HTTP/SON, Jira, Service Desk, Pushover, and PagerDuty).
5. Visualize your data - explore and interact with your data

Our visualization tools give you a very deep level of knowledge about what is happening in your business. You can use a variety of maps, chord diagrams, networks, distributions, trends, and comparisons charts available.


   

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