Logacity provides you with insights into the usage of your mapping services.
All of these questions are more can be answered with Logacity.
By looking at the actual usage of your mapping services, you will be better able to provision your resources.
If you see that lots of your QGIS staff are using your mapping services but none of your ArcGIS staff are, maybe the ArcGIS staff need some pointers?
Is no-one is using one of your WMTS base-maps; maybe you can drop it?
Are a handful of layers on your public facing site receiving 90% of the interest; you can make a business case to redirect more resources into those datasets.
As well as the unique mapping-service insights it offers, Logacity also provides the standard service-usage analysis you get with any good piece of log-analysis software. This allows you to answer question like:
Logacity is built on SQLite and has a simple non-relational data structure, there's no vendor lock-in. So if you want to delve deeper into the data to answer very specific questions it's a simple matter of whipping up some SQL.
If that's not enough, the source code is open, so you can edit and modify the program itself (either the Analyser or the Viewer) to suit your needs. Or we can add modify it for you if you want, just drop us an email.