Getting Started with External Databases & Third Party Services

The WP Security Audit Log plugin can be connected to external databases (i.e. non WordPress databases) and third party services so you can: Store the activity log on an external database Archive old events from the activity log to an external database Mirror your site’s activity log to third party services such as Slack, Syslog […]

Managing External Databases & Services Connections

The WP Security Audit Log plugin can connect to external databases and third party services such as Slack so you can: Store the WordPress activity log in an external database Archive old entries of the WordPress activity logs Mirror the WordPress activity log to another database or a third party service such as Slack and […]

How To Store The WordPress Activity Log In An External Database

By default the WP Security Audit Log stores the WordPress activity log in separate tables in the WordPress database. However you can configure the plugin to store the activity log in an external database. By storing the activity log in an external database you can: Control and better manage the size of your WordPress database Segregate […]

How To Mirror The WordPress Activity Logs To An External Database

Apart from storing the WordPress activity log in an external database, you can also mirror the activity log to an external database, so you have two copies of it. This document explains how to mirror the activity log of your WordPress site to an external database, using the WP Security Audit Log plugin. The process […]