EventTracker PULSE automates the collection and archival of logs from devices across a network including Windows, Linux / Unix, network devices (syslog, syslog ng) and applications. PULSE provides an easy to use Google-like interface for fast and easy
Version: 6.3EventTracker PULSE is a free, smart search engine for log data.
Operating System: Windows
EventTracker PULSE automates the collection and archival of logs from devices across a network including Windows, Linux / Unix, network devices (syslog, syslog ng) and applications.
PULSE provides an easy to use Google-like interface for fast and easy searching through hundreds of gigabytes of log data.
Considering that logs are records of what a system does minute by minute, EventTracker PULSE puts you in proactive mode by providing you with the necessary insight to diagnose issues before they turn into costly service-disrupting incidents.
PULSE helps you optimize system interactions, improve availability, accelerate troubleshooting and in the event of a security incident, allows you to put the pieces together and figure out what exactly happened.
EventTracker PULSE Features Free, smart search for event log data Collection of log data from Windows (servers and workstations), Unix / Linux, applications and any syslog or syslog ng source
Compressed, secure storage of data Log archives sealed with SHA-1 checksum to provide proof of non-tampering No limit on collection or archival
Free-form searching using keywords, exact phrases, operators, wildcard characters or a combination of all for complex queries Hundreds of pre-configured search categories for ease of searching One-click access to the Prism Knowledgebase for cause-resolution information on over 20, 000 events
Agent-optional architecture; centralized agent configuration Very low impact on network, CPU and memory Prism Microsystems also provides a free knowledgebase of event information.
The EventTracker Knowledgebase http://kb.prismmicrosys.com is the primary source of log and event management expertise on the Internet.
The Knowledgebase is a complimentary, searchable, vendor-neutral collection of cause-resolution information on over 20, 000 events generated by hundreds of sources including Windows, all syslog and applications