The audit log has records providing information about who has accessed the system and what operations he or she has performed during a given period of time.
Audit logs are useful both for maintaining security and for audit purposes. As part of this function, the administrators can view details about the actions performed by different user(s) in the system.
The administrator can search or filter records by providing specific search parameters and system will display matching records for the search criteria.
Below role types have access to view the Audit log.
- Tenant admin
- Account admin
- Product admin
- Click Settings > Audit log.
The audit log appears.
|Tenant||A group of users who share a common access with specific privileges to the software instance.|
|Function||A single-purpose function that is attached to events emitted from your cloud infrastructure and services.|
|Action Type||Action type code.|
|Action Taken on||Action was taken by the user on a specific account.|
|Date||Date of action.|
|IP Address||Publicly routed IP addresses mapped to Cloud Server.|
To filter audit events, follow the steps.
Select one or more fields (User/Function/Action type/Period) as per the requirement to get granular information.
Click Apply Filters to display details as per the filters applied.
Note: You can click on Clear Filters to return to default and complete the Audit log details.
In Filters > User the field shows only Active users. However, you can use the Audit log > Search option to find the details of an inactive user.
Updated about 2 months ago