Unix system monitoring
Every Unix device generates thousands of syslogs per day. Administrators need to extract information from these syslogs to understand important events occurring on their Unix systems and servers. Syslogs have severity levels that tell administrators the importance of each logged event: emergency, alert, critical, error, warning, notice, information, and debug. A log auditing tool like EventLog Analyzer can track Unix system events and alert administrators in real time as soon as an event of interest occurs.
Audit Unix system events with EventLog Analyzer
With EventLog Analyzer, you can discover Linux/Unix devices in your network and enable the logging service on them from inside EventLog Analyzer itself. EventLog Analyzer collects and parses syslogs in real time, listing syslogs in its live Syslog Viewer.
EventLog Analyzer is the ideal solution for auditing Unix system events from a single console. It provides a wide array of predefined graphical reports and real-time alert profiles for Unix systems. You can audit Unix system events such as package installs and updates, track important events such as low disk space, and get real-time alerts for security events of concern such as if the syslog service stops.
EventLog Analyzer can audit critical events on your Unix systems and inform you based on device, alert type, or severity to help you keep tabs on critical and emergency events. Apart from critical events, you can also track other events on your Unix systems such as cron jobs, session connections and disconnections, deactivated services, and more. All these audit reports and alerts give you full control over your Unix systems and help you secure them.