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As a customer user, I want to know whether my logging agent is in a good state, so that I can fix the issue or request armor to fix the issue.

As a customer user, I want to view my VMs log information, so that I can understand VM status.

As a customer user, I want to the number of log events over time, so that I can understand if there was an event that generated a lot of logs and may require my attention.

As a customer user, I want to run a full text search on my logs, so that I can find a specific event to troubleshoot an issue, trace a security event, or answer a compliance audit.

As a customer user, I want to export my full text search results, so that I can find a specific event to troubleshoot an issue, trace a security event, or answer a compliance audit.

As a customer user, I want to expand the message field, so that I can find a specific message and review it in AMP.

As a customer user, I want to sort the search results by Date, Event Type, and Size, so that I can find a specific message.

As a customer user, I want to update the page size in the search results grid, so that I can find a specific message.

As a customer user, I want to go to different page results from the search results, so that I can find a specific message.

As a customer user, I want to export logs, so that I can analyze them offline or provide them to an auditor.

 

This section only applies to Armor Anywhere users.

 

The Log Management screen contains information about virtual machines that have been proviionined. This screen will display virtual machines that are powered off. Pending virtual machines will not appear in this screen. 

You can use the Log Management screen to perform a variety of actions: 

 

Export and print logs

You can export logs to analyze the logs offline. You can also provide this information to your auditor. 

  1. In the Armor user interface, in the left-side navigation, click Security
  2. Click Log Management
  3. (Optional) Use the filter function to customize the data displayed. 
  4. In the bottom, right part of the screen, select CSV.
  5. You have the option to export all data (All) or only the data that appears on the current screen (Current Set). 
Data TypeData Detail
Vm NameThis data shows the name of the Armor Agent.
Last Log DateThis data shows the last date the Armor user interface logs. A blank entry indicates that the action has never taken place.
Vm ProviderThis data shows if you are an Anywhere or Complete user.
Vm Location

This data displays the virtual data center. Armor has data centers in:

  • Dallas, Texas
  • Phoenix, Arizona
  • London
  • Amsterdam
  • Singapore
Retention 
Average Size 
Agent StatusThis data shows the status of your Armor Agent. An agent can be labeled as Offline, Critical...........

 

 


 

View log status

In Log Management, you can review information related to your Armor Agent, such as log status. You can use this screen to troubleshoot a problematic Armor Agent, either by fixing the problem or contacting Armor Support for assistance. 

  1. In the Armor user interface, in the left-side navigation, click Security
  2. Click Log Management
  3. (Optional) Use the filter function to customize the data displayed. 
  4. Click the corresponding gear icon, and then select Details

 

Upgrade log storage

  1. In the Armor user interface, in the left-side navigation, click Security
  2. Click Log Management
  3. (Optional) Use the filter function to customize the data displayed. 
  4. Click the corresponding gear icon, and then select Upgrade Log Storage

 

 




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