• http://twitter.com/urchinsoftware urchin software

    Once it launches, Angelfish (angelfishstats.com) will provide a migration path for Urchin customers. 

  • Ruth O’Leary

    The European Directive on the use of cookies means that users will be able to opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics and similar systems.  Log analysis then becomes the most reliable method, and the one we were planning on using after the Directive is enforced in the UK in May.  Not any more, by the sound of it.  Great timing, guys!

  • http://www.BarnesFamily.com/ davebarnes

    I found Sawmill years ago when looking for an alternative to Urchin.

  • http://twitter.com/cgrantski Chris Grant

    Doesn’t WebTrends have a product that analyzes server logs, still?

  • http://twitter.com/anilbatra Anil Batra

    iJento (http://www.iJento.com) is an Enterprise solution that can process log files as well and be on-premise.

  • http://twitter.com/thedeshmukhs Rahul Deshmukh

    My thoughts on closing Urchin and alternatives to Urchin users. http://tinyurl.com/6sjgjo4

  • Virendra Kumar

    I quit to use Urchin. We are using another software (http://www.live2support.com) to trace website performance data.

  • Anonymous

    It seems like Piwik will be a good alternative to Urchin: open source (GPL license) and many features, active community! 

    See their blog post about Log files import and using Piwik from Urchin: http://piwik.org/blog/2012/01/piwik-best-alternative-to-urchin-web-analytics-via-log-files-import/