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Official releases of the Sumo Logic Collector
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Sumo Logic Collector for Docker

For full details, go to https://github.com/weirded/sumologic-collector-docker

This repository offers several variants of Docker images to run the Sumo Logic collector. The batteries-included images contains one or more pre-configured sources. In Sumo, collectors use sources to collect data. The following images are available:

  • Docker Collection—This batteries-included image runs the collector with Sumo’s Docker Logs source and Docker Stats source. This allows you to collect container logs, events, and stats, and to use the Sumo web app for Docker. For instructions on using this image, see Use the Docker Collection Image.

  • Syslog Collection—This batteries-included image runs the collector with Sumo’s Syslog source. The collector will listen on port 514 TCP and UDP for Syslog traffic. For more information, see Use the Syslog Collection Image.

  • File Collection—This batteries-included image runs the collector with Sumo’s local file source. This allows you to collect all files from /tmp/clogs/ from a Docker volume on the host. For more information, see Use the File Collection Image.

  • Custom Configuration—This is a base image you can use to build your own custom-configured collector image. For more information, see Create a Custom Docker Image.

When you run a collector image, the collector automatically registers with the Sumo service and creates sources based on a sumo-sources.json file. In each of the batteries-included images, the collector is configured to be ephemeral: it will be deleted automatically after being offline for 12 hours. For information about ephemeral collectors, see Set a Collector as Ephemeral, in Sumo help.

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