The Syslog Management Tool (SMT) is a Web-based system that collects syslog messages using a modified version of Modular Syslog. It processes them for errors and generate alerts, launches programs, or sends emails based on user-defined actions. Since it uses a Web console, rules, hosts, and much more can be centrally managed. It is designed to be disaster resilient by distributing components throughout a global enterprise to survive Web console loss, database loss, or syslog server loss.
PHPloghost is a Web interface to a MySQL database that contains syslog information. It is an extension to the central loghost setup, using syslog-ng and logging to a MySQL database. It provides search functionality and dynamic views.
phpLogCon is a Web front-end for syslog and other network event data. It provides easy browsing and some basic analysis. Network events are taken from a database, where they must be stored by a feeding application (not part of phpLogCon itself). Depending on database contents, phpLogCon can process syslog messages, Windows event log entries and some more exotic things. It works together with rsyslogd, an enhanced syslog deamon but can also team up with any other application capable of writing to a database.