Move all Logger functionality to ESM Command Center.

Idea ID 2751032

Move all Logger functionality to ESM Command Center.

Move all Logger functionality to ESM Command Center and sell Logger functionality as a limited ESM license, which can be further extended to ESM.

 

It will provide two principal benefits:

- One database of all events per Customer. (Now Customers have at least two CORR engines, which intersected partially).

- It is easy to do upgrade to ESM. Customers who already have Logger functionality on ESM server can expand license without any additional infrastructure changes.

3 Comments
Micro Focus Frequent Contributor
Micro Focus Frequent Contributor
Status changed to: Waiting for Votes

Is the idea here that you want one centralized Logger for all your events rather than separate Logger and ESM event stores when you have both products in your environment?

Valued Contributor.
Valued Contributor.

1) All events in a single copy (less storage space and other HW capacity)
2) More easy to up-sell ESM when customer already has Logger (it is only license extension).

It seems like it can be easy implemented only for non-large deployments up to 10000 EPS (Only in one server deployment without distributed mode ore peering option).

Micro Focus Frequent Contributor
Micro Focus Frequent Contributor

I think this is pretty much 100% inline with our thoughts on the future of Logger and ESM as well.  I started typing a more complete response but ultimately it's a longer discussion.  Perhaps a roadmap conversation would be in order?

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