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Introduction to LEM

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SolarWinds® Log & Event Manager (LEM) is a virtual appliance that provides real-time analysis reporting of log data generated by hardware and software resource events in your network. Distributed to several points of presence throughout your network, SolarWinds LEM collects log data related to trends, threats, and attacks in your network and converts this data into information you can view in a Web console for troubleshooting and active response. You can also use the collected data for scheduled and ad hoc reporting from both the LEM Console and standalone LEM Reports console.

Using the tools and resources available in Log & Event Manager, you can:

  • Correlate network traffic from a variety of sources using filters and rules
  • Visualize log data in dynamic graphs, charts, and other widgets
  • Monitor USB mass storage device activity on network agents
  • Respond to countless threats, attacks and other vulnerabilities with point-and-click and automated active responses
  • Search normalized log data for events of interest
  • Configure change management and other security-related reporting for management and auditors

See SolarWinds Log & Event Manager (LEM) Use Cases for additional feature information.

 

 

 
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12:09, 21 Feb 2017

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