Log360 is a log management and network security solution. This solution comes with real-time log collection, analysis, correlation and archiving capabilities.
Log360 enables users to audit and monitor Active Directory changes in real time. They can get information on Active Directory objects, monitor critical changes in groups and track suspicious users’ behavior. The system collects log data from devices across the network in real time. It also provides details on network security with the help of a reporting console, correlation engine, event response system and search engine.
The solution can be installed on-premises only and is compatible with Windows operating systems. Support is offered via phone, email and other online resources.
Syed from Khimji Ramdass LLC
Employees number: 51-200 employees
The software offers integration between AD Audit Plus and Event Log Analyzer. All data gets sync within a click of button. Reporting features are very good.
Some of the changes like time zone change on the AD Audit Plus require a restart of the services which is not a very good way of implementing changes.
Arvind from HCL Technologies Ltd.
Employees number: 10,000+ employees
It fulfilled all of my requirements.
Pre-configured reports are the most likable feature of the software.
We do not need to filter out the logs with event IDs, the dashboard is very effective.
Nothing much can be marked as "least" but yes sometimes it takes much time to get up incase any server restart is included.
Bruce from Myron Corp
Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees
Provides basic log-in (and log-in failed attempts) data in a centralized platform--- good for auditing purposes & for compliance reasons. Works across multiple systems & platforms.
Provides essential log-in info for multiple platforms --- in our case, Windows servers and IBMi systems. Browser-based access to a simple dashboard.
sometimes features don't really work right, or don't provide the level of detail we expect. Today, when I clicked on the "LOG" icon, I received an error message that the event logger refused to connect. This was the 2nd of 2 different error messages.