SolarWinds Security Event Manager fournit la corrélation de journaux de serveur Apache en temps réel que vous pouvez utiliser pour résoudre les problèmes immédiatement et déterminer les problèmes de performance et de sécurité.
SolarWinds Security Event Manager utilise un modèle de données avancé pour le stockage des journaux Apache qui vous permet d’utiliser moins de stockage externe pour vos journaux.
SolarWinds Security Event Manager fournit une fonction de recherche informatique avancée pour vos journaux Apache, qui vous permet de retrouver une aiguille dans une botte de foin.
Le déploiement de dispositifs virtuels SolarWinds Security Event Manager vous permet de gagner du temps sans l’aide de consultants onéreux.
In any size organization, there may be just as many servers to manage and monitor as there are employees - if not more. It can be impossible for any administrator to be responsible for individually checking every error log on every server.
SolarWinds Security Event Manager (SEM) relies on an agent-based approach for the collection of logs across server types, so you can monitor logs and view possible errors, abuse traffic, hackers, and more in a centralized location. Once you have configured the SEM agent, it is built to automatically send all the data to SolarWinds SEM, which performs real-time analysis of Apache log files to provide you actionable intelligence. You can quickly track customer sessions, browsing patterns, and detect issues across your distributed stack.
Most traditional Apache log file analyzers are not equipped to analyze complex modern workloads and can get painfully slow as the load increases. There can also be a lot of manual effort required to monitor HTTP Status Codes (2XX, 3XX, etc.), URL Paths, Request Time, Unique ID, and other important fields. SolarWinds SEM is built to simplify the monitoring and analysis of Apache logs so you can immediately troubleshoot and investigate security and performance issues, including identifying security breaches using real-time, in-memory correlation.
SEM’s Apache log analyzer helps you pinpoint critical issues and is designed to save you time troubleshooting by making it simple to analyze Apache server logs to gather data to help you improve and protect your hosted websites. You can easily identify the root cause of 404 errors, centrally monitor all such errors, and take remedial actions in a prioritized manner.
The challenge with most Apache log file analyzer tools is that the time and effort required in troubleshooting increases as organizations scale up. Some of these tools have limited features for advanced analysis of large volumes of logs from disparate sources.
SolarWinds Security Event Manager helps solve this challenge of scale by automatically collecting, normalizing, and performing in-memory event correlation on log data in real time. There are 700+ built-in event correlation rules, which cover most common and even rare scenarios in log monitoring and event analysis. With these templates, SEM’s Apache log analyzer is built to help you easily detect issues, receive alarms, and configure automated responses based on issue severity. And unlike many traditional Apache log file analyzers, SEM’s virtual appliance deployment allows you to be “live by lunch” without the need for expensive consultants. With its simple to understand node-based licensing model and rich UI, start simplifying your Apache log monitoring and analysis workflows with SEM to help make troubleshooting a breeze.
In addition to tracking the server capacity and performance glitches, monitoring Apache logs can also help you monitor your user activity. It is important to monitor users and track what assets they are logging in to as well as what ports and protocols are being actively used. Any deviation from these regular patterns could be a sign of a security breach. SolarWinds SEM can help you detect such events and can trigger notifications or take pre-defined actions to help mitigate security issues. SEM’s Apache log analyzer includes and active cyber threat intelligence feed from third-party sources built to automatically detect and respond to traffic from known bad IPs and other threat vectors.
While threshold-based alerts can expedite threat response, there is a need to monitor recurring patterns or other anomalies that may be well under your thresholds but still require attention. SEM can help detect these patterns can more easily with Apache server logs visualization capabilities. SolarWinds Security Event Manager can help you visualize data from your Apache log files with treemaps, charts, and word clouds. Use discovery techniques, such as the parameterized search, to get a quick overview of your environment as well as filter out the noise present in log data to pinpoint important security events.
With ever-expanding log volumes, storing logs using a traditional log retention policy can be a big challenge for IT administrators. Unlike other Apache log analyzers, SolarWinds Security Event Manager uses high-performance, high-compression data models to solve this challenge. With its advanced data model for log storage that lets you use less external storage for your logs, SolarWinds SEM can store Apache, Microsoft IIS, NGINX, and log data from many other sources in one place without worrying about storage capacity. SEM’s Apache log viewer and analyzer can store data at up to a 60:1 ratio, eliminating the need for external storage hardware while also enabling you to store massive amounts of log data in one place. This centralized Apache logs view can be crucial when crossing the dots across a distributed stack and is designed to help you resolve issues faster.
In modern distributed setups, meeting numerous compliance regulations can be a complex and time-consuming task. IT teams need to centrally manage and analyze all their log and event data to keep track of the chain of custody of sensitive data, AAA (authentication, authorization, accounting) protocols, and changes in device configurations. When you need quick access to all your log data for forensic analysis, auditing, and reporting, SolarWinds Security Event Manager helps make it easy to meet the stringent compliance requirements set by PCI DSS, SOX, HIPAA, NERC CIP, FISMA, GLBA, and more.
Reporting can be a big burden and can hog most of the time IT admins would like to be spending elsewhere. SolarWinds SEM offers a built-in reporting console to help solve compliance reporting and other reporting challenges. You can generate compliance reports and graphical summaries with a few simple clicks. There are over 300 customizable templates to help you generate reports for internal security audits or other compliance standards. Not only can these reports provide a quick overview, you can also use SEM to drill down into the original log data using its nDepth advanced search query tool. You can also schedule the delivery of reports to automatically send to internal stakeholders, auditors, and other regulatory bodies.
Security Event Manager
Unify and extract actionable intelligence from all your Apache logs file in real-time.
Expedite threat response against malicious IPs, accounts, applications, and more.
Get out-of-the-box compliance reporting for HIPAA, PCI DSS, SOX, ISO, and more.