LogZilla Joins the Vendor Forum
October 20, 2017
Pete Goldin
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Clayton Dukes, CEO and Founder of LogZilla, has joined the APMdigest Vendor Forum.

Dukes drives the strategy, development and innovation that is at the heart of LogZilla's solution. He founded LogZilla in 2012 with the goal to increase visibility into the network with data enrichment, automation and simplicity. Prior to LogZilla, Dukes built and maintained an open source project focused on centralized log management which became the foundation for LogZilla's solution. With over two decades of technology industry experience in network design, implementation and management, he holds a number of patents in network management, is a published author and accomplished speaker at industry events such as Cisco Live!. Prior to LogZilla, Dukes held senior level positions in Datacenter, Enterprise and Service Provider Network Design, Engineering and Management at Cisco Systems, Inc., eSolutions, Micromuse (now IBM), and Landstar-Ranger, Inc.

LogZilla delivers real-time network insight with an intelligent network operations platform. The solution enables network teams to identify problems preemptively and solve them automatically which saves time, money, headaches, enabling network operations to run like a well-oiled machine. Over 300 enterprises, service providers, and universities including Cisco, IBM, AIG, NATO, Orange Telecom, and Vodafone use LogZilla to gain real-time network insight. LogZilla is based in Austin, TX and Raleigh, NC.

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