January 23, 2020
Today we’re pleased to announce the general availability of LogStream 2.1, featuring a wide variety of improvements and new features. As with all of our updates, we strive to improve the stability and performance of the product. When we say performance, we really mean it – read more about Building for Multi-Petabyte Scale. Our 2.1 release addresses many direct requests we received from customers, including new single sign-on integrations and new sources like SNMP Traps.
LogStream 2.1 introduces SSO authentication through Open ID Connect. Users can now sign into LogStream with Google, Okta and other providers.
LogStream 2.1 allows you to make better routing and other branching decisions with Event Schema Validation. We’ve added support for validating JSON schemas and enforcing the integrity and structure of JSON events. You can add logic for routing based on the validation outcome. With Event Schema Validation, you can enforce data quality and guard against unexpected changes in schema due to new releases or other environmental changes.
LogStream is a universal data receiver that allows you to re-use data from existing sources, transform that data and route it to several destinations. How do you make that better? Add more sources and destinations! And that’s exactly what we did. LogStream 2.1 adds support for direct receiving of SNMP Traps as a new data source. You can also process Cribl Internal Metrics as a regular data source – making it easier to comprehensively monitor a Cribl LogStream deployment with downstream solutions. LogStream can now route time-series metrics to InfluxDB and we’ve also added support for forwarding SNMP Traps to other trap receivers. We now support rate throttling to these and other destinations – giving admins a powerful way to control and police bandwidth utilization by destination.
That’ll do it for the 2.1 release. Please download LogStream today for free and process up to 100 GB of data per day at no charge! If you have any questions, use the chat widget here on the site or join our community Slack.