Oracle Database monitoring
Oracle Database (or simply Oracle) is a popular relational database server in today's organizations. Organizations use this server to host highly sensitive information, including financial data, stakeholders' personal data, and other confidential business information. Such data stores can get corrupted due to mismanagement by employees, and are also a prime target of hackers. This is why it is important to perform around-the-clock database activity monitoring. Oracle provides all the database activity information required in its logs, but it doesn't offer the kind of sophisticated auditing mechanism admins need.
EventLog Analyzer, our log management solution, doubles as a highly user-friendly Oracle Database monitoring tool. EventLog Analyzer helps you monitor Oracle logs by automatically collecting them and generating predefined reports. It also sends you alerts for any events you choose, thus ensuring you are always in tune with what is happening on your Oracle server, and helping you protect your data.
Oracle Database monitoring reports
EventLog Analyzer's predefined reports make Oracle Database activity monitoring a breeze. The reports are provided for user actions on database and schema objects, namely databases, schemas, tables, clusters, functions, procedures, and triggers. Our Oracle Database monitoring reports aid your analysis of database activity in several ways:
- The Dropped Databases and Dropped Tables reports help you keep an eye on inadvertent data deletion and take corrective steps to prevent data loss.
- The Selected Tables report shows which data is being accessed the most.
- The Created Schemas report allows you to track new users added to your database and what schema objects they are associated with.
- The Created Clusters report indicates how data is being correlated across multiple tables in your database.
- The Created Functions and Created Procedures reports help you identify how data is being used within your database.
- The Created Triggers and Altered Triggers reports help you understand how data processes are being automated within your database.
Created Databases | Dropped Databases | Altered Databases | Created Clusters | Dropped Clusters | Altered Clusters | Created Tables | Dropped Tables | Altered Tables | Selected Tables | Inserted Tables | Updated Tables | Deleted Tables | Created Functions | Dropped Functions | Altered Functions | Created Schemas | Created Procedures | Dropped Procedures | Altered Procedures | Executed Procedures | Created Triggers | Dropped Triggers | Altered Triggers