LogLogic's Log Management ST Appliance Named a Finalist in the Best of Interop Awards for NetWorld+Interop 2005 Las Vegas; CMP Media LLC's, Network Computing and Network Magazine Name LogLogic as the Data Management and Compliance Finalist.SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- LogLogic's ST Log Management appliance (www.loglogic.com) was today named a finalist in the "Data Management and Compliance" category of the Best of Interop Awards competition by CMP CMP (cytidine monophosphate): see cytosine.
(1) (CMP Media LLC, Manhasset, NY, www.cmp.com) Part of United Business Media, CMP is a leading integrated media company that offers a wide variety of publications and services in the information Media's Network Computing Storing and/or running applications in servers in a network. See cloud computing and network computer. and Network Magazine. The winners will be selected at NetWorld+Interop 2005 Las Vegas Las Vegas (läs vā`gəs), city (1990 pop. 258,295), seat of Clark co., S Nev.; inc. 1911. It is the largest city in Nevada and the center of one of the fastest-growing urban areas in the United States. , to be held May 4th, 2005. LogLogic's Log Management appliances will be live on display (booth 464 and iLabs) collecting log data from both the Interop eNet and iLabs networks in an interoperability demonstration at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center The Mandalay Bay Convention Center is one of the largest privately owned and operated convention centers in the world. The 1 million square foot facility is owned by MGM Mirage. It is attached to the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino and adjacent to the Mandalay Bay Events Center. .
The LogLogic(TM) ST appliance was first introduced in July of 2004, with the most recent version shipping in February 2005. The LogLogic appliance simplifies, automates and reduces the cost of log data aggregation and retention eliminating the need for servers, tape libraries, and archival administrators. Available as a drop-in solution, the LogLogic ST appliances requires no training and are up and running in just minutes. If the network grows, administrators can simply rack and stack additional appliances as needed as needed prn. See prn order. . Because the ST appliances automate the process of log data aggregation archival and retrieval, more IT staff resources are freed up to focus on other mission critical tasks. More importantly, intellectual property represents seventy percent of the value of Global 2000 organizations and, according to according to
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Log data can comprise up to 25 percent of all enterprise data. Log data also contains critical information that can improve security, compliance and availability. Until now most companies have relied on ineffective and inefficient homegrown solutions and manual processes to manage this data. LogLogic is delivering the industry's first enterprise-class, end-to-end log management solution.
The editors of CMP Media's Network Computing and Network Magazine, two of CMP Media's premier information technology publications, reviewed over 150 submissions, evaluating new products. Finalists were then selected in nine categories. The LogLogic ST appliance was named a finalist in the "Data Management and Compliance" category. The Best of Interop Awards are designed to help IT and network managers shorten the evaluation process in assessing new technology products. By identifying innovative products debuted at NetWorld+Interop, the Best of Interop Awards assist in the quest for Verb 1. quest for - go in search of or hunt for; "pursue a hobby"
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"LogLogic's Log Management appliances provide a simple, plug-and-play solution to an ongoing and rapidly growing issue every Global 2000 company has today, how to deal with and make useable the abundance of log data in the network," said Dominique Levin, vice president of product management and business development at LogLogic. "Log Management provides a necessary and streamlined solution for issues of compliance and data management. This nomination provides the industry seal of approval from two of the industries top and trusted names in networking."
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Winners of the Best of Interop at NetWorld+Interop 2005 Las Vegas will be selected at the show and announced at an awards ceremony on Wednesday, May 4, 2005, at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.
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CMP Media (www.cmp.com) is the leading integrated media solutions company providing "broad and deep" access to the entire technology spectrum -- the builders, sellers and buyers of technology worldwide. The company's comprehensive database of technology decision makers enables marketers to reach targeted audiences throughout the purchase process with publications, web offerings, face-to-face events, consulting and other marketing services that deliver actionable results.
Part of the MediaLive International, Inc. family of global brands, NetWorld(SM)+Interop(R) is the leading destination for networking technology buyers and sellers. Through in-depth educational programs, workshops, real-world demonstrations and live technology implementations in its unique eNet and iLabs programs, NetWorld(SM)+Interop(R) provides the industry's only platform for collaboration, communication and commerce for the end-to-end network. NetWorld(SM)+Interop(R) Las Vegas 2005 will take place at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, May 1-6, 2005. For more information about the event, please visit www.interop.com.
About MediaLive International, Inc.
MediaLive International connects companies to the markets they serve through media properties, software tools and marketing solutions that educate buying communities, deepen relationships between buyers and sellers, and fuel market growth. MediaLive International's media brands encompass the IT industry's largest exhibitions, including NetWorld(SM)+Interop(R), as well as highly focused educational programs as Next Generation Networks(R), VoiceCon(R), Seybold Seminars(SM), the Collaboration Technologies Conference, Mobile Business Expo, GTEC GTEC Georgia Tech Emory Center
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About LogLogic, Inc.
LogLogic makes log management appliances that provide high performance log data aggregation, analysis and retention for enterprise IT departments. The scalable LogLogic network infrastructure significantly accelerates responses to data center security and performance events while providing complete log data archives for compliance and legal protection.
Based in Sunnyvale, CA, LogLogic serves Global 2000 organizations that depend on immediate visibility into high volumes of log data under the most demanding traffic conditions. For more information, please visit www.loglogic.com.