Analyze logs in real time and take immediate action
Do not waste your time and effort juggling several tools. ServicePilot allows you to quickly integrate your data from different IT resources and in different formats (flat files, logs, Syslogs, traps, Windows Events ...), correlate them and extract valuable information you need to drive your IT infrastructure and reduce risks.
Analyze your server logs
Servers generate large amounts of simple or complex logs difficult to interpret due to their volume. The analysis of these logs provides all the information essential to the identification of problems in IT production systems and security. With its single agent, ServicePilot does not just monitor your server; it will collect all events that can be correlated with performance issues to anticipate service degradation.
Enrich the context of your logs by combining sources
In a single click, ServicePilot provides a contextual view of each event generated by your applications and your server. By observing your server's data, your network equipment in the context of the performance of your applications, you have better visibility of the user experience, causes and impacts. The sooner you understand the cause of a problem, the faster it can be repaired.
Analyze logs in W3C or IIS format
ServicePilot allows you to analyze Web server log files. The ServicePilot agent collects data in W3C and IIS format that will be presented in dashboards to analyze the activity of your Web servers, the number of pages viewed, network traffic generated, client and server errors , ... This analysis will give you a structured view of the activity on your Web servers.
Analyze the traps and Syslogs from your network equipment
ServicePilot is able to receive and interpret SNMP Traps or Syslogs that are likely to be produced by your equipment. These events are organized according to different criteria; priority, criticality, status and duration. An event is almost always linked to a context that evolves with time. Quite often, an alert is repeated without changing its context. To facilitate your incident tracking, ServicePilot allows for the aggregation of identical alerts within the same context.
Define your Smart Rules
ServicePilot allows the definition of smart rules to filter alerts. These rules are then used to separate of group alerts in different areas within the same event tray. Operators have the option of selecting a different set offiltering rules by area. Several event trays can be created to simplify problem management.
In our trading room, we receive events from thousands of servers. ServicePilot helps us to quickly detect problems.
ServicePilot Log Management
It is by analyzing all log sources with the same monitoring solution that they can be correlated.
Logs, Syslogs, traps or other types of event, ServicePilot collects them all and indexes them in a NoSQL database
The events indexed in the database are accessible by all your Queries for the generation of graphs.
Once you have created your Widget, you only have to set thresholds to trigger alerts.