Web server logs contain information on visitorís information in the access logs, usually in W3C format. There are also the error logs for each server that contains information on errors and problems that the server experienced.
Apache web server for example have both access logs and error logs, IIS also have access log and in most cases store its error information in the local windows event log.
Web applications are usually deployed on one or more web server, in many cases there load balancer or proxy that support the web server. ISA is an example that also stores the visitor information in an access log.
Running log analyzer against web server logs provide key reports and information about application usage, performance and internal problems, marketing information as profiling users patterns and identifying risks and security problems.
XpoLog support all web server logs and provide automated aggregation on access and error logs. Reports like summary of error codes, visitors, IP behavior analysis, anomaly detection, performance problems in web application.
XpoLog provide automated integration and dashboard monitoring on all web server and load balancer logs. Visitor statistics, web pages summary, response time aggregation for performance and more.
Agent Less log analyzer that can read multiple web server logs from many servers and generate reports and monitors. XpoLog analyzes also IIS and Apache in the same time and can help correlate web user sessions.
Click stream and user session analyzer help application group track end user actions on the server side for monitoring, troubleshooting, statistics and web application security.