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New Product Version Release

syslog-ng Premium Edition 7.0.10

 

One Identity is excited to announce a new version of syslog-ng Premium Edition is now available.

Look what's new 7.0.10:

  • Using the new Advanced Log Transfer Protocol (ALTP), you can send (and receive) log messages in a reliable way over the TCP transport layer. The transport is used between syslog-ng PE hosts and interoperates with the flow-control and reliable disk-buffer mechanisms of syslog-ng PE, thus providing the best way to prevent message loss. ALTP is the successor of the Reliable Log Transport Protocol (RLTP) and it is backward compatible with it so you can use also use it to communicate with syslog-ng PE6 hosts speaking RLTP.  See the Release Notes for full details of improvements. 
  • The failover() option allows you to specify what happens after syslog-ng PE fails over to a secondary server. Additionally, the failover-servers() option has been deprecated and removed from the documentation.

If you need assistance with upgrading syslog-ng Premium Edition or ensuring your solution is running optimally, please engage our One Identity Services team. If you need additional services, please visit our syslog-ng Premium Edition Services page.

To determine the current support phase of your product, please refer to the syslog-ng Premium Edition Life Cycle table.

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