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3rd party cloud which can store and display archived logs

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3rd party cloud which can store and display archived logs

I am looking for some cloud based app which can pull Meraki logs and display similar to what Meraki is. Thanks.

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A description of the use case and the problem you are attempting to solve would be helpful here.  

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 Meraki allows to see usage and other related data up to 30 days. I want this up to one year.

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Thank you for the additional detail, that is very helpful.  What I gather is you are attempting to archive the statistical data for clients for a period of 1 year.  This likely includes the detail data for the client in terms of what resources they were accessing.  This is a good question, I don't know if I have a solution off the top of my head.  I am betting this will end up being something that can be solved using the API.  I know that Cisco Meraki is investing in the developer community and the API.  

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Re: 3rd party cloud which can store and display archived logs

You wont get it in a nice easy format like in the Meraki GUI, but solutions like Splunk are popular.

https://www.splunk.com/

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Re: 3rd party cloud which can store and display archived logs

I'd stay away from splunk. If you're looking to archive event data and take advantage of big data, data correlation and data warehousing with a true cloud solution (like Meraki) have a look at https://www.sumologic.com/.

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