Back in the early Log Insight days, I wrote about the types of fields in Log Insight and which static fields were provided automatically (more in this post). Today, I would like to discuss the automatic static fields that the Log Insight agent provides. Read on to learn more!
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!
One UI improvement in Log Insight 3.0 that I have not talked about is multi-function charts. Read on to learn more!
I have spent the last three weeks talking about the new agent parsing feature in Log Insight 3.0. I wanted to wrap-up by discussing why you should use agent parsers.
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.
Recently someone reached out to me with an issue where the Log Insight agent was not collecting files that it should. I quickly uncovered the issue and thought that others may experience it so I figured I would discuss it.
Extracted fields provide a powerful way to construct queries in Log Insight. In Log Insight 2.5, two improvements have been made to extracted fields to make them easier to understand and more efficient to construct. I would like to discuss these changes.
Another new feature in the Log Insight 2.0 beta is dashboard filters. What are dashboard filters, how do you create them, and how do they impact content packs? These are the questions I will answer in this post!
As I am sure you heard, voting for VMworld 2014 sessions is now open! Based on my count this morning, it looks like 1,179 public sessions are available to select from (though only 1,178 to vote on as session 1645 appears to have been submitted by accident). All in, I have 6 sessions up for […]