Log Management (Sources, Retention Plan, Collector), API Tokenization
Log Management UPDATE
In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), in the Summary section of the Log Management screen, you can use the newly created Daily Log Storage Usage graph to view the amount of logs that Armor has collected.
Hover over a specific day to view the specific amount of collected logs; you can use this information to estimate log collection cost.
In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), in the Sources section of the Log Management screen, you can now add a log collection source.
By default, you can already configure:
- Fortiweb WAF
- SecureSphere WAF
Additionally, in this screen, you can request Armor to support a new type of log collector.
Retention Plan UPDATE
In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), in the newly updated Retention Plan section of the Log Management screen, you can now upgrade your log retention plan from 30 days to 13 months.
Additionally, this section contains a graph that projects future log collection, which you can use to estimate log collection costs.
For additional clarification on the Log Retention Plan update, see Log Management Product & Pricing Update - FAQs.
Log Collector NEW
In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), you can configure an existing virtual machine to become a log collecting device. Afterwards, you can view the collected logs in the Log Management screen.
API tokenization NEW
In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), in the newly created API Keys section, you can create an API key, which you can use as part of the login process for the Armor API system.
This feature includes the following new permissions:
- API Keys All Read
- This permission allows you to view API keys that have been created.
- API Keys All Delete
- This permission allows you to delete an API key.
- API Keys Self Manage
- This permission allows you to create an API key.
To learn more, see Pre-Shared Key Authentication Method - Legacy.