EventLog Analyzer Reports


EventLog Analyzer offers a vast collection of over a thousand canned reports, as well as highly flexible custom reports. The reports are displayed in the Reports tab of the UI. The event counts shown in the reports can be drilled down to the raw log level so you can view the actual log information. The logs can be filtered based on various fields.

 

The reports can be scheduled as required. The custom report profiles can be exported as XML files and later imported to the same or different EventLog Analyzer server machine.

 

Description of reports

 
Windows

The following categories of Windows event reports are available:

 

Unix

The following categories of Unix event reports are available:

 
Applications

ManageEngine EventLog Analyzer supports a wide range of applications, namely Terminal Server, DHCP Windows and Linux Servers, MS IIS W3C FTP Server, MS IIS W3C and Apache Web Servers, MS SQL and Oracle Database Servers and Print Server. It provides the following categories of reports that help you identify the performance and security status of the above mentioned applications:

 
Network Devices

The following categories of network device event reports are available:

 
User-based Reports

The following user based reports are available with EventLog Analyzer:

These reports present the overview of user activities and user based activity.  The user activity overview report provides a snapshot of the most important activities of all the users involved. It can be filtered by device. The user based activity report provides activity details of individual users. It can be filtered by device and user.

 

Top and Trend Reports

Top N Reports

The top n reports available are:

The top network activities can be viewed with these reports. The devices accessed by most number of users, users with most logins (successful and failed), devices and processes with the highest number of events of various severity levels, and more are displayed in these reports.

 

Trend Reports

The trend reports available are:

Current and historical hourly and weekly trends are available. The reports are displayed in both graphical and tabular formats. They can be configured for working and non-working hours. They can also be filtered for individual severity and category.

 
Favorites

This section lists all your favorite reports. You can add the reports that you use most often to this section.

 

Note: For Cisco devices, EventLog Analyzer supports reports for Important Events like: Access List Hits, Configuration Changes, ISDN Disconnects, Link State Changes and System Restarts.
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