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What to use as a central location for log files

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What to use as a central location for log files.  I need some kind of software that will pull log files, syslog, snmp, to a central location and then can run reports from them.  This is PCI compliance driven.  Anyone have any products that they use?

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Alan Huseyin Kayahan earned 500 total points
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    Hi mkurtzhals
         I use GFI Events Manager, it centrally collects all Events from servers, also it can collect syslog messages from IOS devices.
http://www.gfi.com/eventsmanager/esmwhy.htm

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