Logentries Launches New Puppet Enterprise Community Pack and Puppet Log Analyzer
October 13, 2015

Logentries launched a new Puppet Enterprise Community Pack and a Puppet Log Analyzer to enable SysAdmins to easily view and monitor their Puppet configuration event data and correlate it with their log data from development and IT infrastructure systems.

“We designed this Community Pack to bring real-time log monitoring and management capabilities to Puppet users in virtually any enterprise environment,” said Trevor Parsons, Chief Scientist and Co-founder, Logentries. “As IT systems increasingly span the cloud and across the data center, ensuring consistency across the management and configuration of these is critical. With our new Puppet Log Analyzer, SysAdmins have a simple yet effective way to have log-level visibility across all their systems.”

Users of Puppet Enterprise have access to a wide set of log files that can be challenging to collect, monitor and analyze. When sending Puppet logs to Logentries, users can now leverage the new Puppet Enterprise Community Pack for out-of-the-box queries, alerts and dashboards for improved troubleshooting.

When working with any tool, including Puppet, it can be difficult to debug issues when failures are silent. Logentries’ new Puppet Community Pack offers users automatic alerts when things go wrong and enables them to search Puppet logs in real-time to easily identify the root cause of any problem. The new community pack includes support for the Puppet Engine console logs, the Puppet Authorization and Authentication logs, and the Puppet MCollective, Orchestration and Live Management logs.

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