Media praise for Logging and Log Management

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"Authors Chuvakin, Schmidt and Phillips takes away that vacuum of not having an authoritative reference to start working on logs." Full Review >
-- John Jacob,

" Despite a hefty 460 pages long, Logging and Log Management: The Authoritative Guide to Understanding the Concepts Surrounding Logging and Log Management is an easy read, primarily because it's logically organized in 22 chapters. Each chapter covers a single concept and this also makes the book a good "grab-it-off-shelf" reference." Full Review >
-- John Galliano,

"Logs are one of the most powerful tools in the sysadmin hands, and probably of all kind of IT roles. This book does deep into the logs and their management. One of the aspects that I really liked about this book is the division of the text in chapters." Full Review >
-- Fabio Alessandro Locati,