Dear syslog-ng users,
This is the 10th issue of the syslog-ng Insider, a monthly newsletter that brings you syslog-ng related news.
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syslog-ng 3.3.4 is being prepared
The release of 3.3.3 brought many new users to the latest syslog-ng version, which helped to uncover some more bugs in advanced configurations. Until a new release arrives, please check the git tree ( git://git.balabit.hu/bazsi/syslog-ng-3.3 ) and the mailing list archives, if your problem is addressed by a patch.
If working directly from git is problematic in your environment, a daily shapshot of 3.3 development is available at http://packages.madhouse-project.org/syslog-ng/3.3/syslog-ng-3.3-HEAD.tar.gz.
Meet us at FOSDEM 2012 in Brussels!
There will be one or two presentations held by BalaBit guys this year. As schedule and rooms are not yet final, please check http://www.fosdem.org/ if you want to meet us or drop me an e-mail!
Version 3.4 of syslog-ng is under intensive development. One of the new features, the “junction”, which makes syslog-ng.conf even more flexible, was just introduced on the syslog-ng mailing list: https://lists.balabit.hu/pipermail/syslog-ng/2012-January/018074.html.
OTHER SHORT NEWS
- SIEM solutions are the core of enterprise security. But they are not much use without data integrity and high performance centralized log collection. Learn how to enhance your SIEM with syslog-ng from our latest white paper.