Hello, and first of all I would like to say that your product is looking awesome , and pretty noob friendly ( having in mind that I managed to sort of set it up in one day).
I am mainly looking to filtering Haproxy logs, and It would be amazing if someone could give a little guidance on what is needed to achieve that, because each and every tutorial I have followed is different, but not exactly what I'm looking for.
Now I have a debian server running haproxy, and installed filebeat 6.6.1 with haproxy module enabled.
I have singed up for elastic cloud, and added all the needed information to configs, so I can see the logs coming in on my elastic cloud dashboard.
The 'messages' I am getting are the exact rows from the log file f.x-
Mar 9 11:10:38 proksikas haproxy: proksikas CONNECT i.instagram.com:443 i.instagram.com:443 200 0 54 1552147836 1712 558 192.168.1.2 45964 43248 34.259.125.134 CONNECT i.instagram.com:443 HTTP/1.1 7248 192.168.1.101
What I am looking for is to log each of the columns separately, from what I could understand logstash could possibly do that with regex?
Sorry about the confusion, doing my best at reading more about ELK stack possibilities!