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If you have more servers than you can count without taking off your shoes, you are going to have a serious problem keeping up with all the event logs by hand. By the time you have to ask your coworkers to kick off their shoes, you are in a situation where logs are only looked at after something has happened, and you are trying to reconstruct events. Reactive log checking will never go away, but it’s the wrong approach to proper server management, and something that is very difficult to change, until now.
GFI EventsManager provides a simple server-based tool that can monitor event logs on all your Windows systems, servers and workstations, and can also incorporate syslog and SNMP feeds from your non-Windows servers and network infrastructure gear, giving you a one-stop shop for event logs, syslogs, and SNMP traps. Having a single place to look for logs from all your systems is nice, but that is only the least of GFI EventsManager’s capabilities.
GFI EventsManager can monitor, filter, report and alert on events it gathers from Windows systems, or that are sent to it from syslog or SNMP feeds. This takes the bulk of the heavy lifting off the admin’s shoulders and automating the parsing of logs and calling out interesting events.
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