AutoNOC is a high performance, production integrated, peer-to-peer network operations management platform for Windows and Linux. It provides real-time historical analysis, root cause, fault detection, reporting, alerts and alarms, and no-nonsense correlation. It is an interoperable vendor independent solution with built-in support for Microsoft, Cisco, Linux, IBM, and other major technologies. Additionally it offers many novel capabilities, including end user personalization, easy scalability, compressed historical databases, infinite histories, event archiving (it works as a syslog server), and multi-language support.
ALF is a native logging framework for Java with the unique advantage of supporting automated method tracing. This platform-independent library allows developers to debug their applications quickly without adding any code. By simply adding an argument to the JVM, you will get immediate method tracing, which can be filtered by package or class and sent to the console or a file. You can also use the ALF logging library to integrate information, warning, error, or exception statements into the output.
Avast-ng gives you the ability to sift through vast amounts of log files and display current syslog data which is useful to you. It sifts out all the normal flotsam in your log files, and just displays messages which you have defined to be either out of the ordinary or unexpected. With its built in query builder, you can build new filters to include or exclude log messages quickly. It uses a nifty, intuitive AJAX interface. You can save multiple filters for quick access. Avast-ng continuously monitors your syslog messages, showing the most current messages matching your filter.
The Aware project is an effort to create a software framework for measuring, monitoring, and controlling computer system resources. It is intended to enable system administrators to tune system variables, set monitoring/security alarms, and build adaptive distributed systems. Aware modules may be linked into applications making them 'aware' and able to participate in the larger managed system.
BMCrawler is a stand alone JAVA applet that examines the logs from the Novell BorderManager Proxy or any other proxy that supports Common Log Format and compares the Web sites visited with a list of "bad" sites. A default list of questionable sites (about 1MB in size) is included, however users have the ability to add or delete sites using the program.