Posts Tagged ‘event log management’

Latest and greatest InTrust version 10.4 comes out of the door

January 25, 2012

The version 10.4 of InTrust advances in all three main capabilities attributed to successful event log management products. Continue here.

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OnDemand Log Management: Now supporting syslog, agent less collection and more

August 25, 2011

OnDemand Log Management gets exciting new features that help you comply with IT regulations, stay on top of changes to critical IT resources and detect and react to security issues. Continue here.

OnDemand Log Management feature update in July

July 26, 2010

It’s been over a month since we’ve been exploring a new cloud venue with our SaaS products.  One of the exiting changes that we couldn’t help noticing is how frequently we get to update our products with new features. I’m sure this is one of the sweetest things our customers continue enjoying in the cloud thanks to absolutely zero effort product upgrade. Indeed, all new features appear instantly  next time you launch your favorite browser. No annoying compatibility issues, no lengthy software assurance testing before rolling out to production, no manual reconfiguration – it’s all been taken care of for you!

With this post I decided to start broadcasting updates to features of the SaaS product I’ve been working on – Quest OnDemand Log Management. During the last couple of weeks the event log management service received the following improvements:

  1. Face lift. The service got the whole new design that is consistent across entire line of OnDemand products. I personally find the new design more polished and ergonomic than the previous one. You just go ahead and log into the product to check it out and let us know what you think about it. If you haven’t yet signed up for the service you can do that here
  2. Field picker. Now you’re free to choose a set of event fields being displayed in your search results.
    If you haven’t dealt with the event logs much and all you need to know is “who did what” in your environment then just stick with the default selection of W5 fields (Who, What, Where, When, Where From).
    If you mastered Windows Security log and feel a need to see events as they originally appear in the event log then just pull native event fields into the view: EventId, Source, Category, User, Computer, etc.
    Whatever event fields you choose they all participate in any searches you run.
  3. New reports. You can find a wider selection of pre-defined reports on Security Log events.  Moreover, happy customers of Quest Change Auditor can take full advantage of the event log management in the cloud which now includes support for Change Auditor product logs and reports.
  4. Faster event processing. Some tweaks were made to the event queue processing components living in the cloud.  Optimizations made to event metadata processing algorithm resulted in significant performance gain and warranted better service scalability in the long run.

These are just the most notable changes recently made to the product. The list goes on with numerous fixes and optimizations of the service being constantly made. And all this is provided for free with your existing service subscription.

There is more to come soon.