News: XpoLog Center 2.6 Released - Enterprise Log Management
XpoLog Center is a software solution for enterprise log management. XpoLog enables management of logs and configurations. XpoLog Center has an Enterprise Log Viewer and Data Collector. It enables execution of SQL scripts on logs as part of data mining process.
- Posted by: Haim Koschitzky
- Posted on: November 16 2004 12:32 EST
XpoLog Center Also includes Enterprise Log Viewer and Data Collection engine. XpoLog can be deployed on J2EE App servers as log management solution, in clustered/distributed environment for monitoring or as problems resolution tool.
Some of the new features:
- Execute SQL on logs, run queries against log files.
- Remote Access to logs between XpoLog’s is faster then SSH.
- Access Logs over SSH
- Open logs from ZIP archives without extracting the files
- Dynamic Context support for J2EE deployments
- SQL rules monitoring over log files and configuration.
Find out more and get a free license at our web site,
- Built on top of ? by Sergey Pomytkin on November 17 2004 09:13 EST
- log4j already has a gui by peter lin on November 17 2004 09:16 EST
- Log4J has all this stuff... by Yoav Shapira on November 17 2004 11:16 EST
- I see... by Yoav Shapira on November 18 2004 08:54 EST
- New Release - Log Analysis for Java Apps by gal berg on May 17 2010 07:12 EDT
Built on top of open source or completely proprietary?
Any reason for commercial, proprietary vs. free, open source, defacto standard Log4j or 1.4 logging?
I don't see if the product supports log4j or jdk1.4 logging. the log4j gui is already a pretty robust log management tool, so not sure what advantages this product has. anyone know?
Basically this is not just a viewer, it is an enterprise solution to manage and to produce reports from logs. Too bad, it is not open source.
If I want to generate nice reports, I might as well save the logs to Oracle, Db2 or Sql Server and use a nice reporting tool. Or better yet, use the OLAP features and use OLAP reports.
XpoLog support both log4j and java logging generated file.
After registering you will receive a free license for 5 Logical logs (unlimited number of physical logs).
... and more. With Log4j, you can execute SQL on logs that are written to a database, you can access logs remotely in either a graphical way (Chainsaw) or programmatically (socket network interface). And you can define SQL rules to monitor logging events easily: these are just database SQL triggers which have been available in all major DBMS implementations for years now. So I'm not sure why one would pay for this, aside from the support and CYA aspect (which is admittedly a powerful force).
Its when you enable management, viewing and analysis over existing log files which were not created only with log4j or java logging. it enable access solution to remote servers that are written in COBOL as well as other ancient platforms. Its when you deliver robust infrastructure for existing log files and application along with log access and parsing.
It is when you can run sql queries against one log with inner join to another and the window event viewer. Without careing about the origin of the data.
This system support log4j log files. its not in the same domain of functionality.
Thanks Haim for the clarifications, and congrats to XpoLog on the release. Good luck ;)
Profile application logs and correlate with server metrics XpoLog release XpoLog 4.0 with automatic log analysis profiling and log management features. With plugins to logs on server side for testing and production. More info can be found at LogAnalysis.com The new version is available to download with these new primary features of XpoLog inside:
- Automatic problem analysis and logs profiling
- Log management for applications and server side
- Proactive log analysis reports and alerts
- Compare logs and build log index for errors
- Optimization of log management for J2EE servers
- Correlation of server metrics with log data
- Automatic problem aggregation and report
- Anomaly and statistical computation on logs
- Analysis of Server logs, application logs and J2EE server logs
- Integration to Jira, Bugzilla and other bug tracks
- Profile application logs and correlate with server metrics
see also info at LogViewer