There appears to be some confusion on Log Insight’s support of multiline messages that I would like to clear up. The title gives it away, but I would like to discuss the details!
In order to send events from a Windows device to a remote syslog server like Log Insight, you need a syslog agent. Windows does not natively support syslog. The good news is that several syslog agents for Windows exist. I would like to cover my considerations and recommendations for a syslog agent on Windows. UPDATE: […]
In order to send events from a Linux device to a remote syslog server like Log Insight, you need a syslog agent. Most Linux operating systems ship with a syslog agent and if one is not available, one can be easily installed. The two most common syslog agents used on Linux systems today are rsyslog […]
I have received some questions around agent configuration that I wanted to clear up. Read on to learn more!
Now that you know all about the Log Insight 3.0 agent parsers, it is time for a quiz! Read on to learn more.
In my opinion, the coolest new feature in Log Insight 3.0 is agent parsers. In this post I will discuss what they are and why they are important.
Log Insight 3.0 agents support SSL for both the cfapi and syslog protocols. In this post, I will discuss how to configure the agents to properly communicate over SSL.