The core documentation for Falcon LogScale provides the User Manual for administering and using the core Falcon LogScale functionality.
Details on how to self-install Falcon LogScale using containers, bare metal, or your own cloud infrastructure.
How to use the Falcon LogScale User Interface
How ingest data, including using log shipperds and the LogScale Log collector.
Data is organised within Falcon LogScale into repositories, this section outlines how to use and administer these repositories.
Parsers process incoming information during ingestion into fields and tags to make searching and querying the data easier.
The process of querying and extracting data, including a guide on building queries, the query language, functions, and sample structures.
Queries can be visualized using Widgets, including graphs, guages wand worldmaps, and these in turn can be combined into dashboards giving a single view of a collection of metrics from your LogScale data, this section covers creation of these components and dashboards.
Using the Cloud deployments of LogScale, including security, authentication and archiving.
Automation allows integration and notifications through the LogScale infrastructure.
Packages provide discrete expansion of the Falcon LogScale environment, collecting together parsers, queries, widgets and dashboards for specific third-party integrations. New packages can also be created and shared across installations through the LogScale Package marketplace.
How to manage your LogScale installation, covering backups, internal logging and management of your LogScale licencsing and querying performance.
How to secure your LogScale cluster, configure security and authenetication for your installation and ensure that your data and access to it is managed effectively.
Advice and guidance on effective management of your cluster.