ManageEngine Log360 Primary Use Case
I work with an organization that focuses on money management. So we usually deploy for organizations such as banks, pension providers, and major IT firms that are interested in this. I've even deployed for micro-finance banks.
People use it to analyze security event information from their servers. It could be from an IaaS server address. They get logs we didn't know how to interpret and it helps them to prioritize. When a device connects, after the analyzation it prompts the administrator depending on the server data entered into it.
Information Systems Manager at a non-profit with 1-10 employees
The primary use case of this solution to look for anomalies in our traffic to see if there is anything out of the ordinary. We don't have the resources to perform deep analysis. This solution provides us with a report of what is breaking the normal routine.View full review »
The primary use case of this solution is for reports, file editing, Active Directory editing, and security alerting.
We monitor the action in the Active Directory. For example, if someone changes the password in the Active Directory or the password has failed in the login, or there is a change in policy, then we know which administrator has made the changes.
We can see all of the reports from the Active Directory and the file server in Log360. It's a good application because the reports are good and it helps to find errors in the system.View full review »
Director of Information Technology at a aerospace/defense firm with 501-1,000 employees
We basically utilize the tool to monitor security events based on a logon process such as bad passwords, lockout, etc.
We are using its latest version. We just upgraded it over the weekend.View full review »