PVSR supports collecting logs from any server, application or network device using syslog for centralized agentless log collection and monitoring. Log messages generated by applications, OS components, virtualized layer, storages and network devices give valuable insight into internal events of these elements and aids the troubleshooting process and root cause analysis. Without collecting and monitoring them critical events could be left unnoticed and not fix fixed until they start degrading your services.
Single pane of glass view
Log data visualization is integrated into the global event console of PVSR. This unified approach provides single pane of glass view of performance alerts, log events, network events (SNMP traps). The ability to see the information in a unified monitoring system rather than in separate tools makes it possible to immediately explore correlation among various system log events and performance data.
Be notified immediately about critical events like RAID arrays running in degraded mode and security events. Easily configurable alerts notify staff whenever matching log events signal abnormal system behavior or security event.
- Get valuable insight into the internal events of the elements that make up your datacenter during troubleshooting.
- Speed up the troubleshooting process and root cause analysis.
- Aid post-mortem analysis of events and trends to provide the insights required for internal reviews.
- Agentless monitoring is easy to deploy and manage.
Supported log sources:
- Network devices and appliances
- Linux, Solaris, AIX, HP-UX servers
- Windows servers with syslog add-on (like free Datagram SyslogAgent or NTSyslog)
- Applications with syslog capabilities
- Log files forwarded into syslog for applications without syslog capabilities