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Definition of key LEM elements

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Created by Craig O’ Neill, last modified by Caroline Juszczak on Jan 28, 2019

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This article provides a thorough understanding of LEM alerts and filters which allows you to more effectively use LEM in your environment. Here are the definitions of some key LEM elements.


All LEM versions


A software component installed on LEM-managed devices that allow third-party agents.
Containers LEM uses to display events/messages from LEM monitored devices.
Connector (formerly Tools)
A software component that converts raw events into normalized events. Connectors can reside on device agents or on the LEM appliance.
A component in the LEM console that groups alerts by specific values, such as IP address, device type, or alert name.
An unaltered message from a LEM-managed device.
A component on the LEM appliance that allows for automated actions based on specific alert correlations.

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