Log Insight 3.0 agents support SSL for both the cfapi and syslog protocols. In this post, I will discuss how to configure the agents to properly communicate over SSL.
In addition to typical bug fixing, the Log Insight 3.0 agents come with a variety of new features and a couple of important changes. In this post, I will highlight what is new.
When it comes to troubleshooting logs messages, collaboration is critical. As such, Log Insight has always allowed for queries to be shared via a URL. In Log Insight 3.0, this feature has been enhanced. Read on to learn more!
A change has been made in Log Insight 3.0 in regards to how SSL management is handled. Read on to learn more!
While 95% of what you need to do on a Log Insight instance can be done from the UI, a few things, such as advanced configuration changes, required access to the CLI. In Log Insight 3.0 advanced configuration changes must now be done in a different way. Read on to learn more!
One of the great improvements in Log Insight 3.0 is around scale and more specifically its ingestion rate, cluster size and retention period. In this post, I would like to discuss this improvement as well as how to properly calculate Log Insight cluster deployments for 3.0.
In my last post, I talked about what you need to know to upgrade to Log Insight 3.0. In this post, I would like to drill into the new upgrade improvements contained within the release.
VMware released a ton of updated vRealize products yesterday including Log Insight 3.0. Now that Log Insight 3.0 is here, you might be wondering how to upgrade. Read on to learn everything you need to know!
I am not sure if you caught the press release this morning, but Log Insight 3 (3.0 — was called 2.6 during the Tech Preview period) has been announced! Expect to here more this week at VMworld, but what is posted now is:
vRealize Log Insight™ 3 – New features in vRealize Log Insight 3 will include double the scale and performance to 15,000 messages per second, improvements in fault tolerance around clustering, analytics improvements with new charting options and query snapshots, improved integration with vRealize Operations, and improvements in Big Data style query execution.
While I cannot talk about specifics now, doubling the performance will be huge for many users, the fault tolerance improvements will be a welcome addition to those in production, the new charting options will be root cause analysis even easier and the improved integration with vR Ops is really, really cool.
In addition to Log Insight 3.0, vR Ops 6.1, NSX 6.2, VIO 2.0, SRM 6.1, vSphere APIs for IO filtering, and a Tech Preview of Project Skyscraper were all announced! Be sure to check out the entire press release here. More information is also available on the media kit.