As mentioned in my last post, Log Insight 3.3.2 allows for NSX 6.2.2 and later license keys to be added. This means if you own NSX you get Log Insight for free! Read on to learn more!
In case you missed it, VMware released Log Insight 3.3.2 last Thursday. This maintenance release supports some new license keys and addresses some security issues. Read on to learn more!
With Log Insight 3.3 a new Log Insight Importer utility was made available. In this post, I would like to talk about the Importer. Read on to learn more!
A great new addition to Log Insight 3.3 is the introduction of a query API. While the initial documentation for the feature has not been posted yet, it is in progress and should be available soon. In the meantime, I have included the latest information so you can start leveraging the API today. Read on […]
Log Insight 3.3 introduced an authentication API. In this post I would like to discuss what it, why do you need it, and how do you use it. Read on to learn more!
Log Insight 3.3 brings some new features to the Log Insight agent. In this post I would like to cover the improvements. Read on to learn more!
In this post, I would like to drill into the new webhook alert option available in Log Insight 3.3. Read on to learn more!
A major announcement with Log Insight 3.3 is that everyone with a supported vCenter Server Standard, Enterprise, or Enterprise Plus license gets an edition of Log Insight for free. If you own vCenter Server you should definitely take a look at Log Insight now that you are entitled to it. I would talk about everything you […]
Today, Log Insight 3.3.1 was released. This minor maintenance release was primarily to address an agent instability found. An upgrade for the agent and server are provided. Anyone leveraging a Log Insight 3.3.0 agent are encouraged to upgrade. For more information, see the release notes. The resolved issues listed are: The pre-installed Log Insight agent inside […]
A new feature in 3.3 is multi-VIP + tags. In this post, I would like to discuss what is it, why you would want to use it, and how to configure it. Read on to learn more!