LogLogic Leverages MySQL and Oracle Linux to Improve Performance and Reliability for its Critical Business Offerings
Oracle Enables LogLogic to Create Scalable Software Infrastructure for its Security Information and Event Management Solutions
Redwood Shores, Calif. – October 29, 2010
To better support the dynamic needs of its growing business, LogLogic, Inc. has integrated the combination of MySQL and Oracle Linux into its comprehensive suite of security information and event management (SIEM) products that help its more than 1,000 large enterprise customers to achieve regulatory compliance, protect valuable customer information, and improve the efficiency of IT operations.
Speed, reliability and scalability are at the heart of LogLogic’s product value proposition. As customers’ requirements grew, LogLogic’s products needed to scale substantially to accommodate demand.
As a result, LogLogic embedded MySQL as the data processing engine for its products. The affordable, scalable, and robust solution enabled LogLogic to comfortably handle its expanding processing requirements, which include the receipt and indexing of more than a quarter of a million log entries per second and tens of billions of records per day.
The company also deployed Oracle Linux as the operating system, and uses Oracle Unbreakable Linux support, for its LogLogic 5 hardware appliance, allowing it to meet growing customer demand for testing and certification of storage and other environments.
With MySQL and Oracle Linux, LogLogic now has a reliable and scalable foundation for its product suite and can quickly provide a 360-view into customer operations, security stance, and more.
With a single point of support for both MySQL and Oracle Linux, leveraging the Oracle Unbreakable Linux support program, LogLogic is able to quickly resolve issues and more effectively meet the 24x7 requirements of its customers.
"As a medium-sized company, we benefit greatly from the processing power and economies provided by MySQL and Oracle’s rigorous testing and range of experts when it comes to Oracle Linux,” said Bill Roth, Executive Vice President, LogLogic, Inc. “Oracle readily identifies bugs and provides fixes and patches ahead of the RedHat distribution. With the combination of MySQL and Oracle Linux as the foundation, we can meet our business objectives and the certification and testing requirements of our enterprise customers with confidence.”
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