logFaces Logging

logFaces 2.6 is Here – With LDAP Authentication and Authorisation

Jessica Thornsby

logFaces now preserves configuration during updates.

Version 2.6 of the logFaces centralised logging
system, has been released.

 

This
update adds

LDAP authentication and authorisation
for logFaces users. Now, configuration is preserved during updates,
meaning users are no longer required to backup configuration, and
client queries remember their columns, which should improve the
speed of queries. The Client on Mac has also entered beta cycle and
installers for Windows now work with elevated
privileges.

 

The
Enterprise
Edition

is priced at $499, while
the

Site
Edition

costs
$999.

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