Would it be cool if you could configure Windows Server WEF (Windows Event Forwarding - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc748890.aspx ) to send to Advisor for Log Management scenario, without using the SCOM agent ?
Alternatively, if one already has a forwarder/collector (WEF/WEC) architecture in place, could it be possible to use just one SCOM agent/gateway to pull the 'forwarded' logs stored on that collector from that single box to the cloud.359 votes
This is currently under development, scheduled to be in preview later in 2018
I want to be able to filter stuff I don't want to collect in logs. For example with ACS (in SCOM) I could apply filters that didn't collect system logins. I would like this functionality in all logs, for example I would want to filter IIS logs to remove data from certain IP addresses.
I can see customers wanting to use this type of functionality when the costs of data start to pile up.89 votes
The feature was delayed but has been picked back up and is now expected in late Summer 2020 as part of a project that will deliver several upgrades to the agents.
One amazing idea is create custom fields on custom log sample process. Another good idea is add more timestamp samples (like ISO 8601 format, YYYYMMDDThhmmss.fffK where YYYY: Year, MM: Month, DD: Day in month, T: Delimiter, hh: Hour, mm: Minutes, ss: Seconds, fff: Milliseconds, K: Time zone offset) or add the possobility to create a custom timestamp.
It will be possible delete some imported custom logs to make some tests?51 votes
We’re planning on allowing you to import/export Custom Logs & Fields via the UI & ARM Templates. We’re currently implementing the ARM support today for most of Settings in OMS.
Thanks for sharing some of the timestamps you need. Feel free to e-mail them to me here: evanhi(at)microsoft.com
We’re actively planning way for you to specify timestamps yourselves.
Custom Log import. We have some .net applications that write error logs to a .xml file and we would like to be able to import and parse those logs.7 votes
Thanks for the Feedback! Custom Logs for Windows and Linux should be in Public Preview soon :)
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