Compare ELK Logstash vs. ManageEngine File Audit Plus

ELK Logstash is ranked 10th in Log Management with 4 reviews while ManageEngine File Audit Plus is ranked 28th in Log Management. ELK Logstash is rated 7.2, while ManageEngine File Audit Plus is rated 0. The top reviewer of ELK Logstash writes "Helps us with application behavioral analysis and tuning". On the other hand, ELK Logstash is most compared with Graylog, IBM QRadar and Splunk, whereas ManageEngine File Audit Plus is most compared with FileAudit, ManageEngine Log360 and Splunk.
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Overview

Logstash is an open source, server-side data processing pipeline that ingests data from a multitude of sources simultaneously, transforms it, and then sends it to your favorite “stash.”

ManageEngine FileAudit Plus is an agent-based file auditing and reporting software. Monitor in real-time the changes to all files in the file system along with thorough reports on every activity as to 'who' did 'what', 'when' and 'from where'. Keep track of changes made to the files, file objects in the folders or sub-folders and shares. Watch out for any changes made to a particular type of file (for e.g. *.log) or choose to exclude servers and file types.

Any good organization's security policies would recommend the use of a real-time file monitoring tool to continuously monitor the system files and Compliance standards like PCI DSS (11.5), Sarbanes-Oxley (Section 404), FISMA (NIST SP800-53) specifically regulate the need to perform periodic checks for any unauthorized modification of critical files on Windows File servers (system files, configuration files or text files; and ensure a reporting activity for periodic security analysis or for forensics in the event of a security breach.

With FileAudit Plus, keep a detailed record of every file access and activity, get email alerts for critical / unusual activities, monitor file permissions, identify file owners and meet Compliance requirements.

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Sprint, Grab, Autopilot, Just Eat, Verizon Wireless, Green Man Gaming, Compare Group, Tango, Perceivant, Quizlet
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Software R&D Company39%
Manufacturing Company15%
Comms Service Provider6%
Media Company6%
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