One of the big announcements in Log Insight 4.5 is the deprecation of native Active Directory authentication. In this post, I would like to cover the topic as well as the alternative authentication mechanism that should be used instead. Read on to learn more!
Ever wonder how you could automate the installation of the Log Insight Agent without a configuration management tool like SCCM, Puppet, or Salt? In this post, learn about a PowerShell script available that does exactly this!
I am happy to announce the release of Log Insight 4.5. As always, this release has a ton of new features. Read on to learn more!
It is that time of the year again — the Top vBlog voting is now open! Just like previous years, you are asked to vote based on criteria including longevity, length, frequency, and quality. Like the last few years, I have blogged extensively on Log Insight — I wish that had a top Management Blog category! In addition, I have covered other VMware topics including vSphere, NSX, VIDM, and PowerCLI. In total, I published over 90 posts in 2016 — a decrease from 2015, but I hope an increase in quality of content. I appreciate your consideration in voting this year!
I have covered Log Insight reference architectures in the past, but I have received a few inquiries about large Log Insight deployments. In this post, I will cover a variety of different large Log Insight deployments and the reference architecture information you need to know. Read on to learn more!
Log Insight has always supported outbound notifications for both user alerts and system notifications. These outbound notifications contain a link back to the Log Insight instance. What exactly this link back points to depends on the configuration of your Log Insight instance. In this post, I would like to cover the decision-making process for this link and how you can override it if desired. Read on to learn more!