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Log Analysis

LogAnalysis.com is the home of XpoLog Log Analysis Platform technical information and tools. Application log files contain error messages; operational data and usage information that can help manage applications and servers. Log analyzer tool is software that read and parse log files, extract and aggregate information in order to generate reports on the application.

Log parsing is the process that read raw log data from web server or application and turns it into structured readable data that can be used by the reporting engine.

Application logs have critical role in the application lifecycle management process: Developers use logs to recreate and investigate problems, as well as tracking flows and functional errors. QA engineers use logs to identify errors that were generated during load and functional testing. Application Support, Administrators and Operation groups use logs for monitoring application status, investigation and searching log files for errors, risks and problems.

XpoLog Log Analysis platform for application and servers logs provide a fast, non-intrusive solution for all application management needs. XpoLog solution support many type of applications and server logs:

Web server log analysis

Analysis of web application logs help to understand who visited the application, on what pages, how often, and provide also information on errors, problems and performance problems of the web application. Analyzing Logs from web server like Apache, IIS, ISA, Tomcat and others is automatic and can contribute important insight into web site and web application quality and availability. We server logs are usually access logs, W3C logs, common error logs and custom logs.
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Log Analysis for Java and web applications

Focusing on Java application and web applications that run as standalone or application server like WebLogic, WebSphere, tcServer, Tomcat, JBoss and more. Java infrastructure logging is usually based on log4j or java logging; application servers also have access logs and custom error logs. Every application server is responsible by definition to one or more application execution and management.
Application server and deployed application log analysis can help identify problems and accelerate resolution across the application life cycle. Analyzing and correlating logs can help detect connection problems, performance problem root cause, exceptions and build statistics.
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Log Analysis and Log Management

Security log analyzer help to generate reports on IP and users, forensics and statistics of application usage. Anomaly detection helps to identify intrusions and data leaks. Security log analysis read firewall logs, IPS/IDS devices logs and operating system logs and allow quick navigation and reporting on any type of data.
Find out more on how to analyze web server logs, operating system and security device information in order to automate investigation and generate reports. Parsing security logs and events can also automate the creation of compliance reports like PCI, SOX, HIPPA and more.
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Log analysis for application testing

During testing applications generate large volume of logs, performance and load test drive stress on the application and many errors and logs are generated. During functional and manual testing application errors, exception and faults are also logged. Log analysis for testing creates summary reports on the errors that are generated during test cycles.
By collecting and analyzing application logs testers can track problems and errors automatically and even find problems otherwise would go undetected.
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