Sumo Logic Other Advice

AwsOpera2176
AWS Operations Engineer at MR
We love the product and haven't had any bad experiences with it. We integrated it with Windows Active Directory. With one of our customers, we integrated it with some security software. It was some antivirus platform. We worked with their security team to ingest some logs that they used at the time and queried the data that they ingested. It integrates easily with other products. You just have to install the Collector. Then, as long as you know what the format of your logs are like, you can write your field extraction rules, and away you go. As long as you know what you're doing, and as long as you are familiar with the logs that you're ingesting, then it is easy. We ultimately use it because we are a managed services partner of Amazon, and we need to do it for our ordering purposes. It's just something that we have to have to be able to look at our logs in a dated manner. I would tell people to not get Sumo Logic if you are looking for a traditional monitoring software, because that was not the purpose it was written for. They should get it if they are looking for a log ingestion and aggregation system. We use the AWS version of the product. View full review »
Tejprakash Sharma
DevOps Engineer at TO THE NEW
If you want to do a PoC with Sumo Logic, their documentation is very good. The product is only on AWS. We using it on our production environment. View full review »
Develope7839
Developer Manager at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is a good tool for operational logging and monitoring of applications. We are using the hosted version. View full review »
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Enterpri9713
Enterprise Architect at a transportation company with 10,001+ employees
I would recommend Sumo Logic. It is easy to use. The culture at Sumo Logic seems to be developer focused. The product is good. The developers are able to use it to get their job done quickly and easily. It fits into the developer's workload. The support is excellent. We use it in both AWS and on-premise. It tends to work the same in both cases. We have integrated it with Beanstalk, Lambda, and EC2, and it integrates very well. Though, they have some work to do on the containment side, at least with EC2. View full review »
Infrastrd7f3
Infrastructure Engineer at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
It satisfied what we required of it, but there's still room for improvement in terms of adding applications. Also, there is a little more improvement needed in terms of guiding users on the start up process. Look at your functionalities, features, and how appropriate the solution is with what you need. Sumo Logic does give a lot of monitoring ability, even ingesting logs and integrating dashboard reports. You can do reports and alarms, which will aid whomever in the management of their infrastructure. View full review »
Gustavo Etchudez
Cloud Lead Engineer at a media company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Sumo Logic provide a specific solution for logging. If you cannot handle every server or centralized system, it can provide specific access for your developers. This is helpful for an infrastructure or DevOps team. View full review »
Jeffery Statham
Software Architect at Solink
The product integrates well with our websites. We have been using only the on-premise versions of this product, so we have not used the AWS versions. View full review »
Casey Powell
Engineering Manager at Braintree
Reach out, see if you can get a demo on your data, and see how it fits your needs. It works with all our main applications, so the integration with those products is pretty seamless from my standpoint. We use the AWS version. View full review »
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