Logging in Coreflux
In the digital age, logging is more than just keeping a record; it's about understanding the behavior, security, and performance of your system. Coreflux's logging capabilities offer businesses, both big and small, a window into their IoT ecosystem.
- For Large Enterprises: Large enterprises often deal with a myriad of devices, connections, and data flows. Coreflux's logging allows them to:
- Detect unauthorized access attempts, ensuring security at scale.
- Monitor assets' health, ensuring timely maintenance and reducing downtimes.
Audit system usage, ensuring compliance with internal policies and external regulations.
For Small Businesses: Small businesses might not have the extensive infrastructure of larger companies, but they equally benefit from Coreflux's logging:
- Understand client behaviors, helping in refining user experiences.
- Quickly detect and rectify issues, ensuring smooth operations with limited resources.
- Ensure security without a dedicated team, as Coreflux logs unauthorized access attempts and other potential threats.
What Can You Check?
- Authentication Logs: Identify clients that failed to authenticate, helping in detecting potential breach attempts.
- Asset Health: Monitor assets that went down unexpectedly, ensuring timely intervention.
- Subscription Logs: Detect topics that were subscribed to but not allowed by authentication, ensuring data integrity and security.
- Connection Logs: Monitor connections opened across different OS like Windows, Linux, and Mac, ensuring system-wide security.
- Container Status: Keep an eye on the status of Docker containers, ensuring smooth operations.
- Flux Asset Logs: Monitor logs from Docker containers and flux assets, ensuring the health of your IoT ecosystem.
Logging in Coreflux provides a comprehensive view of your IoT ecosystem. Whether you're a large enterprise or a budding startup, Coreflux ensures you're always in the know, making your operations smoother, secure, and efficient.