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Puppet Labs Announces Content Pack for VMware vCenter Log Insight

Puppet Labs, the leading provider of IT automation software for system administrators, today announced the availability of the Puppet Enterprise content pack for VMware vCenter Log Insight, VMware's automated log analytics solution for the cloud era. The Puppet Enterprise content pack is now available for free on the Log Insight Marketplace on VMware Solution Exchange, along with new content packs from Cisco, EMC, HyTrust, NetApp and VCE.

VMware vCenter Log Insight makes it easy to package predefined log queries, field extractions, dashboards and alerts into content packs that unlock the actionable information hidden in unstructured machine data and log files. The Puppet Enterprise content pack contains a collection of graphs that provide real-time visibility into infrastructure changes enabling administrators to view data stored in Puppet Enterprise log files alongside their VMware environment data. Customers of VMware vCenter Log Insight and Puppet Enterprise can now download the content pack for free and immediately benefit from the ability to easily identify, troubleshoot and solve issues in their virtualized environment.

"VMware vCenter Log Insight is a powerful analytics tool for unstructured data that makes infrastructure issues easy to identify and troubleshoot," said Luke Kanies, CEO of Puppet Labs. "The Puppet Enterprise content pack gives administrators even greater visibility into their infrastructure to better identify issues and resolve them faster."

"Customers can gain greater strategic value out of their virtual and cloud environments and applications through intelligent and robust log analytics capabilities found in VMware vCenter Log Insight," said Ramin Sayar, senior vice president and general manager, Cloud Management, VMware. "The data available in the Puppet Enterprise log files can now be analyzed by VMware vCenter Log Insight to provide rich insights, enabling administrators to have full visibility into their infrastructure so they can quickly troubleshoot issues in dynamic virtual and cloud environments."

Published Thursday, August 15, 2013 6:58 PM by David Marshall
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