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AWS Service Catalog log source integration with QRadar for security event monitoring
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AWS API Gateway log source integration support with QRadar SIEM
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Extend or changeable length of sub query result's hard limit
Currently length of sub query result is 10K. but Splunk supports 50K(OOB) and it could be extended. So when we do competitive POC,a result of search would be different between QRadar and Splunk. it could be our handicap. So I want to extend or cha...
Our customer has multiple domains and some log sources has no domain identification. We need to seperate some domains using CIDR's or network hierarchy.Is it possible to ad this feature for future roadmap?
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Support webhooks (Juniper MIST can only send logs via webhooks)
THere are some applications that can only send logs via webhooks. Juniper MIST is one of them. Please support webhooks so logs from Juniper MIST can be forwarded to QRadar SIEM. There is also a similar idea: QDSM-I-1721 with other application.