Are you looking for a deeper understanding of how your company really works. If so you need go no further than to analyse the log files produced by every system, every device and every application program on your network, including your web server, and you can do all of this with a single copy of Sawmill, the uniquely flexible software package that will concurrently analyse multiple log formats from its supported library of over 1000. See the supported list here
Sawmill's superb flexibility will take you a long way to achieving your analytics project right out of the box, but if you find you need guidance or assistance creating special reports, or new format support, or correlation of log streams etc then our engineers are ready to help. In addition to priority responses from our engineers Sawmill Vendor Premium Support includes free access to all updates, including major new releases.
The Sawmill product is quick to install with an easy to use and intuitive interface to produce new reports and change presentation format on existing reports. Not only was the product easily customizable and extensible, but the Sawmill UK professional services team was very impressive and professional.Ian Jones, Solution Architect HP France
...and I love Sawmill - used to use it (many) years ago. Recently I evaluated a number of products to analyse our log files, and came back to Sawmill. I can get results out of it quickly, yet it's configurable enough to do just about anything...Liz Smith, MD Enbyten Ltd.
Log Files and Event Logs may look like millions of discrete and unconnected events but they are the building blocks of data constructs such as website visitor sessions, or firewall sessions tracking visitor activity while on your network, or firewall bandwidth monitoring, monitoring employee web surfing via a proxy server, or employee use of the mail server etc.. These examples, and many more, demonstrate the valuable data locked up in log files. Sawmill takes this log and event data to a new level by understanding and analysing the complex logging formats and data structures of every device or application program and releasing the real world business intelligence data hidden within them.