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Graylog 1.1 is Now Generally Available!

Graylog 1.1 is Now Generally Available!

Important: Graylog v1.1.2 has been released on Jun 10th and is addressing some bugs of v1.1.1

We are excited to announce that Graylog 1.1 is now available! This has been a significant update, with more than 27 new features/enhancements - you asked and we're delivering.

Before getting into the 1.1 release details, I wanted to share some more good news. Over the last 5 months, we have seen our community grow by 100%. This wouldn’t have been possible without your support, so thank you everyone for supporting Graylog and spreading the word!

The Graylog release theme for 1.1 is usability and ease of management. We wanted to deliver a complete end-to-end log management solution which now includes a lightweight cross-platform log collector. Since releasing the beta, we have received a lot of positive feedback about the new features and enhancements in 1.1. Here are a couple of quotes from the community on the 1.1 release:

“I absolutely love the redesign of the 1.1 Web Interface.” - System Engineer, Large Healthcare Provider



New Features and Enhancements

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Integrated Log Collector















Server Enhancements















Dashboard
Collector Status



Download Graylog v1.1.0


The Graylog packages are available on our
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Upgrade Notes








Upgrading from 1.0 and newer or an earlier 1.1 beta or RC releases of Graylog is possible without any required data migration. We recommend that you compare your existing graylog.conf with the shipped example config file to see if there are new parameters for which you want to change the default values.

The collector is available through these links: .zip, .tgz

The documentation for the collector is available on GitHub and will move to our official documentation soon.

Our virtual appliance in OVA format is available here.

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Feedback is welcome!


Please report any bugs you find or questions you have through one of our

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