The Graylog Blog


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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Back to Basics: Monitoring Graylog

Once you have Graylog fully up and running, it’s best to implement a plan for monitoring your system to make sure everything is operating correctly. Graylog already provides various ways to access internal metrics, but we are often asked what to monitor specifically. In this post, we’ll provide a list of both host and Graylog metrics that you should monitor regularly as well as a guide about on how to access the data.

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Announcing Graylog v2.2.0-rc.1

Today we are releasing the first RC of Graylog v2.2. It is a feature-complete release that brings us closer to GA, pending no major issues. 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 2.1.3

Today we are releasing Graylog 2.1.3. This release includes many bug-fixes and improvements thanks to the feedback from our users! We highly recommend that you upgrade if you are currently using 2.1.2. Please report bugs and any other issues in our GitHub graylog-server repo.

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