Ipswitch's network management division has announced the integration of secure event log management to its product offerings.

Following the acquisition of Dorian Software, Ipswitch has announced the availability of its WhatsUp Event Log Management Suite and WhatsUp Event Rover 3.0. The event rover was made in joint development following the acquisition, and Ipswitch said that it uses patented LogHealer technology to enable the recovery of corrupt EVTX files without modifying the files and ruining or tampering with potentially valuable forensic information.

It also said that the event log management suite comprises four integrated software components that automate frontline monitoring and management of all syslogs and Windows event logs generated by devices, systems and servers. This also includes LogRefiner technology to allow customers to work with legacy EVT log files, including older Windows system, as well as the new EVTX log files from newer Windows systems, such as Vista, Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008.

Brian Gollaher, director of product management for Ipswitch's network management division, said: “We are excited to be able to offer our customers the highly praised event log management technology from Dorian Software Creations under the umbrella of the Ipswitch network management division. This new product offering extends the already famous value we offer WhatsUp Gold users.”