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Bluemix Log improvement

It would be nice, from an administrative point of view, to be able to tell when a user had last used the system. 

Since we have a limited number of licenses, it becomes important when I need to remove users who haven't used the system in a while to make room for those who want to use the system now. 

It would also be nice to be able to do the same for orgs and spaces so I can tell which can be cleaned up. But I suppose I could do that by searching each of the users in those org/spaces, but it would be more convenient to be able to do it by org/space. So if the user entries contained the org/space accessed it would kill two birds with one log entry.

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    Warren Comiskey commented
    30 Jan, 2020 05:35am

    Activity Tracker with LogDNA allows users to capture events from their use of IBM Cloud. the service has many participating services sending events. In cases of user logins and use of services, many of these use cases can be accomplished with event data from IAM. A list of Cloud Services sending events, and the types of events captured can be found here: https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/services/Activity-Tracker-with-LogDNA?topic=logdnaat-cloud_services

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    GILLY DEKEL commented
    24 Oct, 2017 11:23am

    Seems like this would be solved by Activity Tracker, but assigning it to be sure 

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