Log Insight 4.5 added some nice enhancements around alerts. I would like to cover all the enhancements in this post. Read on to learn more!
Log Insight has always supported user alerts as well as the ability to enable content pack alerts. Previously, enabled content pack alerts were statically copied into a private user space. In Log Insight 4.0, users have the ability to subscribe to alerts in addition to copying them. Read on to learn more!
Many enhancements have been made to system notifications in Log Insight 4.0. Read on to learn more!
One question I get asked from time to time is why Log Insight has a syslog drop system notification, but it does not have an API drop system notification. In this post, I will explain the difference. Read on to learn more!
In Log Insight 3.3, webhooks were introduced as an alert type. Shortly after the Log Insight 3.3 announcement, Alan Castonguay and I published some webhook shims that could be used with Log Insight to provide integration to a variety of third-party destinations. I am happy to announce a major update to the existing shim including support for vRealize Operations Manager. Read on to learn more!
There was one small, but important change made to Log Insight 3.6 that impacted the behavior of user alerts versus previous releases. Read on to learn more!
Recently I talked about the new webhook feature in Log Insight 3.3. One thing I mentioned in that post is that without native support, you need to write shims to translate events into a format that the remote destination understands. In this post, I will demonstrate a sample shim as well as provide the code so you can play with it yourself. Read on to learn more!
In this post, I would like to drill into the new webhook alert option available in Log Insight 3.3. Read on to learn more!