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RSYSLOG is a next generation log processing tool. In the frist part, we will explain the new RSYSLOG v8 engine, its motivation and its benefits. Learn, for example, why writing to Elasticsearch is much faster with the new engine. We will describe the tuning parameters vital for making best use of the new features.

In the second part we will explain how to write RSYSLOG plugins in any language. Traditionally, writing rsyslog plugins has been considered quite hard, with at least C knowledge necessary. In v8, we have introduced new interfaces which make it possible to write plugins in any language - be it Python, Perl or Java. Even bash will do. In essence, this is a great tool for any admin to add special needs with just a bit of scripting. We will proivde concrete instructions on how to write a plugin, point to read-to-copy samples and tell how to integrate this into rsyslog.

NOTE: This is my LinuxTag Berlin 2014 talk.

RSYSLOG is a next generation log processing tool. In the frist part, we will explain the new RSYSLOG v8 engine, its motivation and its benefits. Learn, for example, why writing to Elasticsearch is much faster with the new engine. We will describe the tuning parameters vital for making best use of the new features.

In the second part we will explain how to write RSYSLOG plugins in any language. Traditionally, writing rsyslog plugins has been considered quite hard, with at least C knowledge necessary. In v8, we have introduced new interfaces which make it possible to write plugins in any language - be it Python, Perl or Java. Even bash will do. In essence, this is a great tool for any admin to add special needs with just a bit of scripting. We will proivde concrete instructions on how to write a plugin, point to read-to-copy samples and tell how to integrate this into rsyslog.

NOTE: This is my LinuxTag Berlin 2014 talk.

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