In addition to typical bug fixing, the Log Insight 3.0 agents come with a variety of new features and a couple of important changes. In this post, I will highlight what is new.
Log Insight has supported event forwarding since 3.0. Given the syslog RFC, it was common for Log Insight to add a prefix to log events it forwarded. An option exists in 4.6 to change this behavior. Read on to learn more!
In this post, I would like to cover the Explore page in Log Intelligence. Read on to learn more!
I am happy to announce the release of Log Insight 4.6. As always, this release has a ton of new features. Read on to learn more!
It is my pleasure to introduce VMware Log Intelligence — a new VMware SaaS offering as part of VMware Cloud Services. What is it and how you can try it out? Read on to learn more!
Did you know Log Insight has the notion of a master node and a leader node? Do you know the differences about the roles? Read on to learn more!
Hey everyone, I am a little delayed but wanted to let you know that Log Insight 4.5.1 is available now and I highly recommend you upgrade to this maintenance release. Read on to learn more!
I covered the datastore ID to name aliasing feature in Log Insight 4.0, but under the covers is really a more generic aliasing feature that has not been exposed yet. I walked though a bit of how the aliasing feature works, but I wanted to dig a little deeper into the aliasRules option. Read on […]
I have compared the ingestion API to syslog and also explained why you should use the Log Insight agent, but I have never compared the ingestion API to the Log Insight agent. In this post, I will do exactly that. Read on to learn more!
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!