Oracle Database monitoring
Organizations use Oracle Database servers to host highly sensitive information including financial data, stakeholders' personal data, and other confidential business information. It's possible for these data stores to be corrupted due to mismanagement by employees, and the valuable data they hold makes them a prime target for hackers. To combat this, it's important to perform around-the-clock database activity monitoring.
Though there are native tools that can help perform database auditing, it's quite a time-consuming process. For instance, consider auditing user logons and logoffs: First, you need to enable Oracle user login audit. Then, you have to create specific commands in SQL Developer and execute them. To capture all logon attempts, you need to make sure the log audit trail is being written to a database for later database administrator audit. Finally, you need to write and execute additional scripts to put together a report that provides details of the audit sessions, such as username, terminal, and timestamp.
This raw data needs to be imported into Excel and converted into a readable format. You also need to store the login history for compliance checks securely. Think about doing this every time you need a report; can you really afford to spend so much time and effort on these tasks?
Oracle Database monitoring reports
ManageEngine EventLog Analyzer is a log management solution that doubles as a highly user-friendly Oracle Database monitoring tool by automatically collecting Oracle logs and generating predefined reports. You can also configure alerts to be sent for any events you choose, ensuring you're always up to date with what's happening in your Oracle server and helping you protect your data. With prebuilt reports for user actions on database and schema objects—namely databases, schemas, tables, clusters, functions, procedures, and triggers—here's how EventLog Analyzer makes Oracle Database activity monitoring a breeze:
Monitor user logons and logoffs
Stay informed about suspicious user logons with EventLog Analyzer's dedicated reports on logons, logoffs, remote logons, failed logons, and much more.
Monitor database activities
EventLog Analyzer offers multiple dashboards to help you monitor database activities and understand how data is being used within your database. These reports can help you identify and understand:
- Which data is being accessed the most.
- How data is being correlated across multiple tables in your database.
- How data is being used within your database.
- How data processes are being automated within your database.
Protect the integrity of your data
Monitor dropped databases and tables to keep an eye on inadvertent data deletion, and take corrective steps to prevent data loss. EventLog Analyzer also has reports that allow you to track new users added to your database and what schema objects they're associated with so you know who's getting access to what and when.
Trigger alerts for suspicious activities
To get notified about suspicious activities such as account lockouts, or altered databases, profiles, functions, or procedures, you can enable preconfigured alerts. EventLog Analyzer sends email and SMS notification in real time to help you take immediate action. You can even associate preconfigured workflows with the alert, such as Kill Process or Disable Computer, for immediate incident response.
Monitor compliance with data privacy regulations
With EventLog Analyzer, you can quickly generate and export any reports you need to prove your organization's adherence to data privacy laws, making it easy to regulate and manage compliance audits. EventLog Analyzer not only provides out-of-the-box reports for several data privacy mandates but also has dedicated dashboards and preconfigured alerts to help ensure you're staying compliant.
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Keep tabs on your Oracle databases.
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