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Announcing Graylog 2.1.0-beta.4

Announcing Graylog 2.1.0-beta.4

We are getting closer to the final release! Today we are pleased to release the fourth beta version of Graylog v2.1. It is a feature-complete release of the 2.1 pre-GA series and ready for your feedback. You can find a changelog and overview of new features in this post.

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Download Graylog 2.1.0-beta.4:

Important changes since beta.3

These are some of new features since the last Graylog v2.1 beta release:

Format string message decorator

We are introducing a new decorator on this beta release. The format string message decorator will help you to alter the way some of your fields look like, allowing you to combine several fields into a single one, or making some of your fields more readable. As other decorators, this one works during search time, so the modified fields are not stored.

Clone collector configurations

Many of you were asking to be able to clone collector configurations, so we made it possible in this release. Now you can take a working collector configuration, clone it, and adapt it to your needs in an easier way.

Regular expression changes in pipeline rules

A note for those of you already using the pipelines processor: we changed the way regular expressions are evaluated. From this beta on, regular expressions used in the regex() function do not need to match the whole input string. Your old rules should still work as before, and we hope that this change will make writing regular expressions in the pipeline processor a bit easier for you.

More changes

Core

Collector plugin

Pipeline processor plugin

We love your feedback

We need feedback about what’s working and what’s broken in order to help everyone get the most out of Graylog v2.1. There are a variety of ways to provide feedback, all of which can be found on our [community resources (https://www.graylog.org/get-involved) page:

We’re super excited about releasing 2.1, and we value your feedback. So please go try out the Beta and let us know what you think!

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