December 08, 2022

Raise application performance with log monitoring using


Logging and monitoring is a crucial aspect of digital collaboration and security. To ensure you provide a high-quality service to your teams in Microsoft 365 ecosystem, data must be retained to understand infrastructure bottlenecks and detect bad incidents. Also, besides diagnosing the changes in your application, logs provide valid records as evidence for legal or disciplinary proceedings.

Benefits of logging

Using logs, you can easily learn application behaviour and catch unexpected errors, track modified system settings, and find other access related issues such as such as failed authentication, password changes etc. This gives you the opportunity to quickly remediate to avoid security breach, elevate the performance and maintain compliance.

Why use for logging and monitoring is a complete M365 governance solution which integrates log management for enhanced security of your environment. It collects logs from all resources, apps and network infrastructure. It facilitates monitoring of all types of events and provides critical insights into IT operations via robust dashboard making it easy for users to locate and fix errors and saving a significant amount of time.

Let us list out some of the key reasons for using for effective logging:

  • Application logs: categorizes different logging levels to capture errors and informational events. Error denotes a serious issue that hinders application to function properly and need a quick fix. It is an unwanted state in an application which is triggered due to different reasons such as incorrect string format, missing services, database unavailability, etc. On the other side, info logging level records routine operations such as progress of an operation and is purely informative.
  • Audit logs: Using audit logs in, you can investigate specific activities across Microsoft 365 apps and services. For Microsoft Teams, some of the activities audited are:
    • Add owner
    • Add member
    • Update role
    • Update company settings
    • Update policy
  • Historical logs: You can refer to history logs for executed processes to learn about the history of events or activity instances that took place during an operation. The events that are fired can be created, modified, deleted, completed, migrated, suspended, failed, successful, etc.
  • Easy-to-use interface: Use the dynamic and user-friendly dashboard to import logs for error monitoring in real-time. offers advanced analytics with unified view to recognize patterns in log files and decipher important events and actions to prevent potential risks to your Microsoft 365 environment.
  • Export reports in various formats: provides flexibility to its users to export log reports in multiple formats i.e., Excel, JSON, PDF, and XML. Additionally, you can schedule automatic reports periodically i.e., daily, weekly, or monthly so that corrective actions be taken by managers and IT department before a damage occurs.

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