Log Insight has supported viewing events in context since Log Insight 2.5. In Log Insight 3.0 a small but important change has been made. 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 covered query building in Log Insight a long time ago. While the UI has changed significantly since I wrote those posts, the information contained within them remains true to the current version of Log Insight. In Log Insight 3.0, two new operators were added to certain places within the UI — in one instance replacing two existing operators. In this post, I would like to discuss these new operators. Read on to learn more!
In Log Insight 3.0 some changes have been made to the Cluster page under the Administration section. In this post I would look to cover these changes. Read on to learn more!
As mentioned in my last post, Log Insight 3.0 features agent groups. Agent groups are powerful, because they allow server-side configuration management of agent configuration. To better facilitate the use of agent groups, content packs have been enhanced in Log Insight 3.0 as well. Read on to learn more!
Now that I have talked about the new agent parsers functionality and walked through each of the supported parsers in 3.0, I want to talk about a new server-side option for agents called agent groups. 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.
To wrap up on the parsers, I would like to cover the automatic parser. Read to learn how it works!
A different kind of parser available is the timestamp parser. Read to learn how it works!