In my last post, I covered the new Log Insight Importer. In this post, I would like to show some examples on how to leverage the next Importer. Read on to learn more!
In my last post, I explained how to convert Log Insight agent groups into importer manifests. This option works great if you have an agent group already defined (e.g. vCenter Server), however agent groups would only be defined for applications that support the Log Insight agent. Since ESXi does not support the Log Insight agent […]
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!
The Log Insight Importer has always supported recursive directory support, however the Log Insight Agent has not. I am happy to announce that in Log Insight 4.5, the agent now supports this functionality as well. Read on to learn more!
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!
In my last post, I talked about the now supported VIDM integration in Log Insight. One thing I mentioned was the impact VIDM has versus LI instances with existing AD accounts. In this post, I would like to dig into the details. Read on to learn more!
The Log Insight agent leverages agent configurations which can be stored on the Log Insight server or in Content Packs as agent groups. The Log Insight importer leverages manifest files. The question becomes can you convert agent groups into manifests and if so how? In this post, I will answer this question. Read on to learn […]