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Find your business transactions using self service enabled Log Views without having to ask your IT-department!

Here's an example of an user defined Orders Log View for the business as seen in the Nodinite Web Client enabling the end user to find Orders by the user defined OrderId Search Field


TIP: Create user friendly log views to provide self service for your organization, releasing time from the IT-department/Application Management/IT-operations team

Present output according to business needs

Log Views can be individually configured to render the output result with different information elements according to business needs. Use custom or pre-defined sets of columns, review the Display Field Configurations user guide for additional information.

Understand your data

Inspired by Six Sigma we at Nodinite have introduced a graphical presentation of correlated (grouped) events. A simple example for an Order/Order Response is illustrated below:
Six Sigma
Example of Six sigma inspired timeline as seen in a Nodinite Log View

This will help you better understand long running processes:

  • What is causing the delays?
  • Hard to grasp for multiple events spanning long time
    • Tables are not as easy as an

In the end this feature helps you save time and money:

  • Understand your processes
  • Reduce lead times
  • Foundation for further process optimization
    • Shorten response time
    • Redesign needed?

Nodinite keeps your data secure

Logged Events originate from one or more integration platforms and are being logged using one or more Log Agents. Events can have a message body attached. Every message body is distinguished and known by its MessageType. Messages are stored obfuscated and compressed in the Log databases. An Event can also hold context data, this data is stored in an internal KeyValue collection. Since Context data can be as sensitive as the message body, Nodinite stores this data obfuscated and compressed in the Log databases.

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