In my first post about Log Insight 2.5 backup and recovery, I talked about deployment types, backup considerations and architecture of the different Log Insight components. In my second post, I talked about how to backup the various components. To conclude the series, I would like to discuss how to restore the various components.
In my first post about Log Insight 2.5 backup and recovery, I talked about deployment types, backup considerations and architecture of the different Log Insight components. With that knowledge, I would like to continue by discussing how to back up the different components of Log Insight 2.5.
A question that comes up from time-to-time is how do you backup and restore Log Insight? I would like to cover backup and recovery over the next three posts.
Log Insight 2.5 now supports multiple different languages for UI users!
Log Insight 2.5 introduced an often requested forwarding feature. In this post, I will discuss how forwarding is implemented and how to configure forwarding.
Log Insight has always been able to handle all the events within your environment, but now that it has Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) you can use a single instance to handle all roles within your organization. In this post, I will cover the new RBAC functionality and all the best practices.
UPDATE: This feature was introduced in LI 2.5 and the functionality remains the same in LI 3.0 and 3.3.
As you start logging more and more of your environment to Log Insight, it becomes important to understand what devices have been seen. The two common use-cases for this include understanding licenses requirements and to determine whether a host that was previously logging has stopped logging. In Log Insight 2.5 this feature has been introduced as a Hosts table under administration.
For Log Insight 2.5, several enhancements have been made on both the agent and ingestion API sides. I would like to cover these enhancements in detail.
Now that you know what the integrated load balancer feature is in Log Insight 2.5, you probably are interested in how you can switch from your already configured external load balancer (ELB) to the new integrated load balancer (ILB) and if you should switch. I will cover these topics in this post.