Azure Web Log analyzer tells you all you want about your web site: What are the most popular pages and files on your site? How many visitors are there and where are they from? What browsers and OS they use? What is your sites traffic?
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:28
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Description: Azure Web Log analyzer tells you all you want about your web site: What are the most popular pages and files on your site? How many visitors are there and where are they from? What browsers and OS they use? What is your sites traffic? Special features: Accumulates statistics for a year - you can watch closely your site's evolution. Separate statistics for every page or file - daily hits for two last months, monthly hits for a year, referring sites for particular page or file. There is no need in configuring - just install and work. Partial downloaded log processing. Project support allow you to work with multiple site. Graphical data representation and Win XP interface make your work with Azure Web Log analyzer more comfortable and visual. The analyzer gives you the exact information about completed downloads, partial downloads and redirections. Supported web log format: common log format, the NCSA combined log format and Microsoft IIS web log in W3 extended format. You can print the reports or export reports to HTML format.
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