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LogAnalytics 2.0

Log Patterns Analyzer.


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  • Last Updated: Jan 8, 2009
  • License: Shareware $49.95 Buy
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/NT
  • Requirements: Pentium processor, 32 Mb RAM, 5 Mb of free hard drive space

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For LogAnalytics 2.0Publisher's description


LogAnalytics is a Business software developed by SphinxSoftware. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for LogAnalytics:

Edit by Brothersoft: LogAnalytics automatically accumulates the necessary data simultaneously from several polytypic log sources, realizes user-defined statistical treatment and presents results in a set of easy-to-understand rotatable 3D graphs through a convenient WEB-based interface.
Automated and simultaneous source data gathering and statistical treatment ;
Various incoming data source:
Any text file (for a software analyzing);
Serial communication port (for PBX etc);
TCP connection, including internet connection (for appliances);
UDP listener (Sys Log);
ODBC compatible source (for databases);

Source Log format parsers are completely configurable separately for each Log source ;
Multiple synchronized graphs on each Log source ;
Completely user defined statistics with filtering and grouping ;
Multiple simultaneously displayed results in each graph ;
Multiple statistical operations ;
Remote diagram management ;
3D rotatable graph results ;
Client-Server technology. Web interface, embedded configurable Web server ;
Password Protection ;
XML import/export for Data Sources and Diagrams ;
Configuration tester/composer for Data Sources and Diagrams ;
Free 14-days trial versions are available ;
you can free download LogAnalytics 2.0 now.

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