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Meet the Latest Version

Graylog 4.1

This release introduces productivity gains with a number of new features and enhancements, including a new Forwarder, Log View, UI enhancements, Data Adapters, and more. Enterprise-sized organizations have a greater degree of flexibility with search, dashboards, reporting, archiving, authentication, and more. IT admins will experience significant time savings with UI enhancements like Widget Focusing, new parameter options, time range options, and more

Log View

NEW
Enterprise

Graylog v4.1 comes with a new Log View Widget that lets you streamline investigations and communicate your findings and tailor them to the right internal audience with our reporting features. Log View provides visualizations that make it easier for teams to find patterns and track issues by putting the message in the window. When you are familiar with what log messages are present, the Log View Widget will show the complete log line in raw text allowing you to see the entire message.

Forwarder 

NEW
Enterprise
Cloud

The Graylog Forwarder is a lightweight and fast standalone solution for sending data to Graylog Cloud or an on-premise Graylog Server cluster. You can configure your Forwarder to send data from one Graylog instance to Graylog Cloud or to an on-premise Graylog Server instance. In other words, one tool supports any deployment model to centralize log messages from a distributed architecture into one cluster. This supports local teams and enables organization-wide data analysis no matter where employees are located.

UI Enhancements for Visibility and Ease 

NEW
Open Source
Enterprise
Cloud

Graylog v4.1 comes with a number of key UI enhancements designed to enhance visualizations, expand color options, extend the date and time options, and provide flexibility to presenting data the way you want it with editing and viewing. 

IT Operations

Identify outages and slowdowns sooner, even forecast the need for additional infrastructure such as another domain controller by correlating performance log data from throughout your environment.

IT Security & Compliance

Reduce noise by identifying security issues by correlating log messages across time, endpoints, and different types of endpoints before sending alerts up the tech stack.

Network and Telecomm

Bring together all your logs from all your network equipment into one place so you can holistically see what's loading up the network and create alerts based on a combination of factors across hardware.

And More

Highlights of new features in Graylog v4.1 include:

NEW Export Formats

Enterprise

You can now export your search result in JSON, NDJSON, Plain Text.

NEW Custom theming and Notifications

Enterprise
Cloud

It’s the little things that matter, and in this case, we’ve added the ability for you to recolor all of Graylog's light and dark mode to you desired color palette. In addition, you can customize your public notifications--e.g., announce your public server is going down at a preplanned time, or to notify users of compliance statements upon login, etc.  

NEW S3 Archiving

Enterprise
Cloud

Now you have the flexibility to log to any S3 compliance storage you like directly from the Graylog UI. This means that users can archive their Elastic indexes to an S3 bucket to backup data and meet compliance requirements. If you have access to an AWS account where you can create new S3 buckets, you can try setting up S3 as a back-end for archiving and manually archiving an index.

New Data Adapters

Open Source
Enterprise
Cloud

We’ve added new data adapters for open source, enterprise, and cloud.

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