DB Audit Expert is an all-in-one professional database security & auditing solution for Oracle, Sybase, IBM DB2, MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server. DB Audit Expert enables database and system administrators, security administrators, auditors and operators to track and analyze any database activity including database security, access and usage, data creation, change or deletion. What makes DB Audit really unique is its built-in support for multiple auditing methods giving you the flexibility to choose the best fit for your database security requirements.
DB Audit Expert is a multi-platform Auditing and Proactive Monitoring solution for SQL Databases — Oracle, SQL Server, Sybase, MySQL and DB2
|Audit Tables — system event and data changes are captured in audit trail repository tables stored in the local database. Audit trail tables contain audit records of database activity.||Central Repository — used to store all audit trails from remote database servers and optionally audit trails containing records from O/S and application log files forwarded from remote syslogs and event logs.|
|Management Console — deploys repository tables and defines the auditing schedule and configuration of each auditing variable for populating the repository tables.||
Alert Center — used to periodically analyze the collected audit data in the audit trails and in the database, generate alerts and scheduled reports.
|Report Viewer — used on a single workstation in a network or a single network server for the purpose of running ad hoc audit reports.||Performance Auditing Module — used to collect and analyze performance data that is not available in Windows Performance Manager. It provides over 40 reports for analyzing the performance efficiency of SQL queries and the entire SQL Server environment.|
Disk space: 42-64 MB
Memory — 512 MB
CPU — Pentium or compatible
GUI Console OS — Win9x/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/Windows 7 — DB Audit Management Console
Web Console — any web server capable of running JSP code — DB Audit Web–based Management Console
Connections via native database drivers, ODBC, JDBC or OLEDB/ADO