I've written a series of articles that show how to use the Elastic Stack to collect, parse, and view different types of Remedy logs. So far they cover:
- Part 1 - setting up Elasticsearch, Kibana and Filebeat to collect logs from one or more Remedy servers.
- Part 2 - adding Logstash and modifying the setup to pass logs through it to Elasticsearch.
- Part 3 - first steps in using Logstash to enrich the logs with additional data for filtering and visualizatiions in Kibana.
- Part 4 - adding more logs, multi-line messages, and more complex Logstash filters.