SpectX Log Viewer: Analyse Raw Logs
SpectX is software for viewing, parsing and analysing raw log files or any other unstructured data. Skip ingestion: you can instantly dig into any volume of data stored on-prem or in the cloud. The log analyzer helps you pinpoint the root cause of an incident, suspicious activities in the systems or simply a couple of specific records. Even if it's unique data (dumps) you see for the first time, SpectX makes it easy to parse, enrich and join the results with other data sources. To try it out, grab the full functionality 30-day trial
, point it to your data sources and get querying.
Flexible Log Parser
Make sense of any data, no regex involved. The underlying parsing engine gives you results in seconds instead of hours or even days. Use the intuitive SpectX pattern matching language
to extract specific fields you need for a particular query. Multiple charsets, various timestamp formats, json, - SpectX allows you to flexibly describe and typify even the most unique and volatile datasets.
No Ingestion. No Volume Limits. Unlimited Users
A SpectX installation makes all the data you have access to, instantly analysable. As there is no ingestion or indexing, there's also no price tag on volumes or the need to plan resources for indexed data. On-prem, cloud, Hadoop clusters, JDBC-databases, production servers, Elastic clusters or anything that speaks http - SpectX gives you a quick virtual view of data stored using these technologies.
Run Any Query via API
In addition to the browser-based interface, every query can be easily executed via the RESTful API. This opens the doors to flexible query automation and enterprise application integration
. Users can insert parameters via the API (eg. customer ID or) and get a limited result they're allowed to see. Naturally, SpectX produces logs of its own so all the queries and activities of your users are auditable.
To learn more and see whether SpectX is a fit for your specific use case, book a demo
or explore the documentation
and play around with the 30-day trial