Monitoring critical Windows applications
Monitoring critical applications helps identify root causes of incidents which may affect business performance. This process helps admins anticipate performance degradation, detect service disruptions, prioritize remedial actions, and strengthen their business applications. Since monitoring these business application can be challenging, enterprises need an intuitive solution that can monitor all applications centrally and generate user-friendly reports.
EventLog Analyzer is the perfect ally to help admins maintain the performance of business-critical applications including MS SQL servers, Oracle databases, and terminal servers such as a print server. It helps track significant events like privileged user activities and database transactions, and identity anomalous activities and illicit access. If threats are detected, EventLog Analyzer can generate real-time email and SMS notifications.
MS SQL Server
EventLog Analyzer supports MS SQL database servers, generating reports to monitor all logon and logoff activities, database accesses, server account changes, and DML and DDL queries. It has an intuitive dashboard provisioned to drill down into raw logs, displaying collected log content and facilitating easy root cause analysis.
Generate detailed reports on SQL injection and denial-of-service attacks to conduct detailed forensic analysis on attacks. Get real-time alerts about events of interest—including account lockouts, privilege abuses, and unauthorized copying of sensitive data—to instantly react to security breaches.
You can even use the correlation feature to identify anomalies in SQL server activity. For instance, you can identify unauthorized SQL backups.
EventLog Analyzer generates detailed reports on user activity in Oracle Database with instant alerts, facilitating seamless Oracle Database auditing and monitoring. Run reports on structural changes to the database, query execution, and privileged user activities—including logon and logoff events—to manage the database and use reports on SQL injection, account lockouts, denial-of-service attacks, and expired passwords to analyze security concerns.
Printers are deceptively innocent points where sensitive information can leak out of an enterprise. EventLog Analyzer's print server reports can help administrators manage the printing needs of employees and monitor every printer terminal. It audits print server logs to:
- Track every print job that passes through the server with information about the document and who printed it.
- Track print activities such as which documents have been moved, deleted, paused, resumed, or have had their priority changed.
- Identify all failed print jobs and their cause, such as a time out or corrupted document.
- Identify any users who attempt to print documents with insufficient privileges.
- Discover the most frequently printed documents, both overall and by user.
- View overall printer activity with trend reports.