The Graylog alerting mechanisms in the current release are not super flexible.
We’ve built an alert that sends messages from a stream to a HTTP callback which is running some NodeJS code for additional routing and alerting.
I was just wondering if there was a better way.
I looked at the Graylog Outputs, but there doesn’t appear to be a HTTP output or GELF HTTP output available in either core or the marketplace.
Is anyone else doing this and have a slicker approach that I’m not thinking of?
You can always write your own plugins for these.
Right. But unfortunately my Java skills are nonexistent.
Would it be worth putting in a feature request for an HTTP Stream Output or maybe a HTTP GELF Output to be added to Core? I think that could be beneficial for a ton of people. It sort of already exists at the alert notification level and I’m using it there, just not at the Streams level.
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I’ll see what I can do with that internally. We’re government so that could be a little tricky. I may put a feature request in on github in the meantime as a placeholder. Thanks for all your help mate.
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