Log Management Software

Compare product features and ratings to find the right Log Management Software for your organization.

  Product Who Uses This Software Deployment Free Trial? Short Description Starting Price Free Version Available Event Logs Network Logs Syslogs Web Logs  
Datadog Cloud Monitoring Visit Website Datadog is a monitoring service for IT, Operations and Development teams who write and run applications at scale, and want to turn the massive amounts of data produced by their apps and services. Datadog unifies monitoring for infrastructure and applications with log processing and analytics into a single observability platform. $15.00 month Visit Website
EventTracker Visit Website Organizations that need advanced threat detection and response capabilities, want proactive threat hunting capabilities, and are looking to streamline compliance management as well. By providing SIEM, EDR and a 24/7 SOC, we quickly and efficiently deliver advanced threat protection and security orchestration. $8,995.00 one-time Visit Website
Sumo Logic Visit Website Sumo Logic is a cloud log management and metrics monitoring solution used by IT, Security and Development teams across all customer sizes. Sumo Logic delivers the only cloud-native, real-time machine data analytics platform that provides continuous intelligence. $270.00 month Visit Website
Loggly Visit Website SolarWinds® Loggly® is for DevOps and application engineers responsible for troubleshooting server and application issues, transaction correlation, deployment monitoring, and application analytics. Scalable cloud-based log management. Not Provided Visit Website
Logz.io Visit Website Logz.io serves hundreds of medium to enterprise-sized companies worldwide, that use Logz.io for a variety of use cases, including monitoring and troubleshooting, cloud operations, security and more. Logz.io provides an intelligent machine data analytics platform built on ELK and Grafana to help engineers monitor, troubleshooting. Not Provided Visit Website
Papertrail Visit Website Papertrail is a cloud-based log management tool built to serve DevOps teams of any size who need a real-time view of their aggregated logs for easy diagnosis, troubleshooting, and debugging. SolarWinds® Papertrail is a cloud-hosted log management tool built for faster troubleshooting of infrastructure & application issues. $7.00 month Visit Website
LogDNA Visit Website LogDNA helps thousands of companies from SMBs to enterprise accounts who operate on a global scale and log hundreds of terabytes a day. Devops teams, engineers, CTOs, COOs all use LogDNA. The easiest log management system you will ever use, LogDNA provides deep insights into your business production environment. Not Provided Visit Website
ManageEngine Firewall Analyzer
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Network administration team Firewall Analyzer, a log analytics and configuration management software for a complete visibility over entire network security. $1,499.00 year Visit Website
Log360 Visit Website Log360 cater to the security, auditing, and compliance needs of enterprise across the world.  Log360 is a log management tool that can mitigate security threats and secure on-premises, cloud, and hybrid environments. Not Provided Visit Website
EventLog Analyzer Visit Website We cater to any enterprise that's looking to secure its network, irrespective of whether the organization has a big or small network in one location or multiple locations. EventLog Analyzer is a log management tool that analyzes and correlates logs to meet enterprise security and compliance needs. Not Provided Visit Website

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