Manage IBM AS400 Logs with EventLog Analyzer
EventLog Analyzer can exclusively collect,analyze, generate reports and archive the log events of Version 5 series and V6R1 variant of IBM AS/400 system.
Generate and schedule reports for IBM AS/400/iSeries machines
EventLog Analyzer provides you with an option to generate and schedule reports exclusively for IBM AS/400 systems. You can generate custom reports based on Severity/Message ID/Job and schedule it at regular time intervals. EventLog Analyzer also allows you to redistribute your reports through email.
Create and trigger custom alerts for IBM AS/400/iSeries machines with EventLog Analyzer
With EventLog Analyzer you can also create an alert profile for IBM AS/400/iSeries machines that trigger an alert and notify the administrators in realtime upon occurrence of a particular Severity/message ID/ Job.
IBM AS/400 history log analysis with EventLog Analyzer
To system administrators, history logs serve as critical source for troubleshooting performance problems. History log report analysis at many times reduce the system downtime, increase the network performance and even helps in tightening the security. EventLog Analyzer helps you in getting all this. You can get exhaustive reports for history log events such as reports for start and completion of jobs, device status changes, system operator messages, attempted security violations and so on with EventLog Analyzer. With these reports you can also meet the demands of IT auditors without having the pain of manually reviewing the log files
IBM AS/400/iSeries Journal Log support by EventLog Analyzer
EventLog Analyzer doesn't stop with supporting history logs of IBM AS/400. It also extends the support to IBM AS/400/iSeries journal logs and provides you an option to generate and schedule user based reports for the same.
Apart from the usual reports, EventLog Analyzer also generates special reports such as
- Successful Logons
- Successful Logoffs
- Unsuccessful Logons
- Job Logs
- Device Configuration
- System time Changed
- Journal Logs
- Hardware Errors