One month after the vCenter Log Insight announcement and the public beta for the product was released, the product is now generally available! The details about the product were announced back in June, but you can read all about it here: http://www.vmware.com/products/datacenter-virtualization/vcenter-log-insight/overview.html. One thing I would like to discuss is pricing…
Log Insight has been around for many years now and the product is always evolving. I recently was asked to assist with a Log Insight instance running internally and when I logged into the UI I almost did not recognize the product. This was because the instance was running an old version of Log Insight. […]
As you probably know, the Log Insight virtual appliance relies on OVF properties to handle some amount of configuration. OVF properties are powerful in that they can be set at deploy time, changed at a later time, and can be used instead of relying on a CLI or needing to write a UI on top […]
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!
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!
Log Insight takes customer experience seriously. The number two request on the Log Insight community was to improve alerts. I am happy to announce this feature is available in Log Insight 4.0. Read on to learn more!
In Log Insight 3.3, webhooks were introduced as an alert type. Shortly after the Log Insight 3.3 announcement, Alan Castonguay and I published some webhook shims that could be used with Log Insight to provide integration to a variety of third-party destinations. I am happy to announce a major update to the existing shim including […]