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Mastering NServiceBus and Persistence by Rich Helton

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Database logging

In many organizations, there may be a security operations center, or network operations center. In such environments, it is normal to consolidate logs of applications for use in a syslog, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syslog, or for use in a security event manager, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Security_event_manager. It could be that the developer will not be the person going through all the logs, but they have to be shared with other teams for keeping a record of hacking attempts to the system, for system reporting, for maintenance reporting, and more. Depending on clients' requirements, it may change from environment to environment. For this reason, logging and the consolation of logging become a line item and may be a section ...

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