This article gathers all the Devo software needed to configure your machine and start sending data to Devo from different environments. All these procedures are explained in detail in different articles of this section, so please go to each specific article mentioned for each software to learn more about the installation and configuration process.
The Devo relay should be installed preferably on a system running Ubuntu, and you can do it on a virtual machine or an actual box. Find below the files you will need depending on your machine. Learn more about how to install the Devo relay in Installing the Devo Relay.
Install the relay on a virtual machine
Install the following files in the corresponding virtual appliance to install the Devo relay in your machine:
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Learn more in Install on a virtual machine.
Install the relay on a Ubuntu box
To install the Devo relay on a Ubuntu box, you will need the following files:
Learn more in Install on an Ubuntu box.
Install the relay on a Red Hat or CentOS box
If you're working on a Unix family operating system, you must download the following files to install and use the Devo relay:
Learn more in Install on a Red Hat or CentOS box.
Devo agent for Windows
Devo offers an agent that collects and sends logs from your Windows system in a really easy way. Click the following links to download the corresponding agent according to your Devo region:
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This agent installs several components to enable communication between your machine and Devo, and monitor your files. Learn more in Devo Agent for Windows.
The Scoja project has a library for the sending via syslog from Java applications. In order to use this library, users must add the following two files to the CLASSPATH:
Learn more in Scoja client library.