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Applies To: Microsoft SQL Server 2012 or later
Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management system with several features and services. With this coverage, there is a large surface area for attack and vulnerabilities. EventTracker utilizes both server audit specifications and extended events to:
EventTracker MS SQL reports provide information about database activities. By using these reports, we can examine user login success and login failures for further investigation, the reports can track the database changes in the tables, views, procedures, triggers, schema and track any SQL query errors.
Dashboards display a graphical representation of the database object changes and actions carried out on that object.
Through dashboards, we can also easily track multiple/brute force login failures. Alerts trigger when a user performs any changes on the database, database view, schema, user management, etc.
After Microsoft SQL Server is configured to deliver events to EventTracker, alerts, dashboards, and reports can be configured into EventTracker.
The configuration details are consistent with EventTracker version 9.x and later, and Microsoft SQL Server 2012 and later.
To configure Microsoft SQL server to send logs to EventTracker, refer to the How-to Guide.
For more information please refer to the Integration guide