The Graylog Blog


Announcing Graylog v2.2.3

Today we are releasing Graylog v2.2.3! We focused on fixing and enhancing the recently released alert features. Also, Graylog better supports logs from Cisco and FortiGate natively with the Syslog input. As always, we could continue to use your help by providing feedback.

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Introducing Graylog Labs

We want to introduce you to Graylog Labs, a new Github organization created by the core team at Graylog! Graylog Labs will be the home for all repositories that are not production ready for Graylog. This means most repositories will either be personal side projects from members of the Graylog team or projects that are still in development.

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Announcing Graylog v2.2.2

Today we are releasing Graylog v2.2.2. Based on your feedback, you can now switch between stateful notifications and repeated notifications. As always, we could continue to use your help by providing feedback for this release. Please report bugs and any other issues in our GitHub graylog-server repo.

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Announcing Graylog v2.2.1

Today we are releasing Graylog v2.2.1 This release includes many bug-fixes and improvements thanks to the feedback from our users! As always, we could continue to use your help by providing feedback for this release candidate. Please report bugs and any other issues in our GitHub graylog-server repo.

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Announcing Graylog v2.2.0

We are excited to announce that the final release of Graylog v2.2 is now available! Our focus for this release was on improvement of four current features: data retention, alerting, the pipeline processor, and the collector sidecar. We’ve also fixed bugs along the way and have noted the full list of changes below. Thank you for all of your feedback and helping us reach this milestone.

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