The question of whether Log Insight supports deployment on vSphere stretched clusters has come up multiple times in the last few months. As such, I figured I would cover it in this post. Read on to learn more!
As I covered in the past, Log can be licensed per OSI or CPU. If you are using OSI licensing for ESXi then you may notice the same hosts are counted more than once. In this post, I will cover how to fix this issue. Read on to learn more!
The Log Insight team takes customer experience seriously. As you know, there is a public community where you can submit and vote for features requests. The number one feature was vSphere datastore ID to name aliasing. I am happy to announce it has been implemented in Log Insight 4.0. Read on to learn more!
I recently upgraded from VCSA 6.0 to VCSA 6.5 and hit a few gotchas along the way — especially with the newly supported Mac installer. Read on to learn more!
Like every release of Log Insight, the vSphere content pack — the only product content pack bundled out of the box — has been updated. Read on to see what changes you can expect!
Log Insight is bundled in multiple ways today. If you wondering if you are entitled to Log Insight with your existing VMware licenses then read on!
In case you missed it, VMware released Log Insight 3.3.2 last Thursday. This maintenance release supports some new license keys and addresses some security issues. Read on to learn more!
As part of the vExpert community I was let in on a little secret recently — as of the next vSphere release the C# client will NO LONGER BE AVAILABLE. Read on to learn more!
Since the announcement of the free Log Insight for vCenter Server edition I have received a lot of questions about what you can and can not do. In this post, I would like to state the facts. Read on to learn more!