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!
The Log Insight agent is extremely powerful — for more information see this post — and recommended whether you are using the Log Insight server or not. In Log Insight 3.6, a common configuration section has been added, which makes agent configuration even easier. Read on to learn more!
I recently got back from VMworld US 2016 and one of the top asked questions was: Which VMware products come pre-installed with the Log Insight agent? In this post, I will address this question.
The Log Insight agent leverages agent configurations which can be stored on the Log Insight server or in Content Packs as agent groups. The Log Insight importer leverages manifest files. The question becomes can you convert agent groups into manifests and if so how? In this post, I will answer this question. Read on to learn more!
Log Insight 3.3 brings some new features to the Log Insight agent. In this post I would like to cover the improvements. Read on to learn more!
I have received some questions around agent configuration that I wanted to clear up. 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.
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!