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13. 02. 2019 Benjamin Gröber NetEye Updates

Updated modules eventhandler, icinga2, icingaweb2, icingaweb2-module-director

Updated eventhandler to version 1.7.5 for NetEye 4.3 and NetEye 4.4: Fix autosetup not running on cluster installations Updated icinga2 to version 2.10.1_neteye1.4.9-1 for NetEye 4.4 Fix local icinga2 satellite API port not allowed in firewall for cluster installations Fix local icinga2 satellite not starting after reboot Updated icingaweb2 to version 2.6.1_neteye1.24.1-2 for NetEye 4.4… Read More

07. 02. 2019 MarinovMihail Information Security Operations Center, NetEye, Uncategorized

Secure Connections for the Safed Agent

The Safed agent can be configured via https and send its collected logs to the log collector though a TLS connection. The latest released version – 1.9.1 – supports TLS 1.2 (at a minimum) and TLS 1.3. The first step is to upload the private key, the local certificate and the CA certificate to the… Read More

07. 02. 2019 NetEye Blog Admin NetEye

Return to Winter Wonderland

It was the “Hacksüdtirol” team that won our challenge at last year´s Hackthealps competition in an imposing manner. Just to remind you:  We placed Alyvix devices at 84 tourist locations, where the expected coverage by the Internet provider is well known.  The investigations we wanted to make:  Where should I go on holiday if Internet… Read More

06. 02. 2019 Valentina Da Rold NetEye Updates

Updated icingaweb2-module-geomap for NetEye 4.4

Updated icingaweb2-module-geomap to version 1.1.1-1: Fixed: GeoMap module configuration form throws an exception on submit (IMGM-93)

31. 01. 2019 Thomas Forrer NetEye, Release Notes

NetEye 4.4 and NetEye 3.16 Release Notes

NetEye 4.4 Release Notes Welcome to version 4.4 of our NetEye v4 Unified Monitoring Solution. Following version 4.3, the new and updated features in this version focus on Geo Map for showing host and service state on a geographical map, an Audit Log that records changes to the NetEye configuration, integration of Log Management with… Read More

31. 01. 2019 Arianna Cunaccia EriZone & OTRS, NetEye, ntop

Upskill Your Expertise!  Our 2019 Training Program Is Out Now!

Explore advanced monitoring techniques and approaches, gain a thorough grounding in Service Management strategies and achieve advanced skills in Performance Management. Our commitment is to provide the best expertise and training practices for you as NetEye, EriZone or ntop user. Join the program that individually fits to your personal needs and get in-depth knowledge on… Read More

30. 01. 2019 Arianna Cunaccia NetEye

Icinga Camp Milan 2019

It’s getting closer! The first Italian Icinga Camp organized by Würth Phoenix will take place on September 26th in Milan. The agenda includes a great set of talks from experienced Icinga / NetEye users. The topics vary from integrations with Elastic and Alyvix, to complex event processing (CEP) as well as numerous best practices from… Read More

29. 01. 2019 Lucio Valentini NetEye, Open Source System Management Conference

A New NetEye Appliance in a Hybrid Cluster Solution

Our Icinga-based network monitoring solution NetEye 4 can also be supplied in a small form factor appliance.  Industrial PCs are ubiquitous these days and can be found everywhere in all sorts of applications.  The one we chose is the APU2 from Swiss manufacturer PC Engines. The APU2 features an AMD quad core 64-bit CPU, 4… Read More

23. 01. 2019 MarinovMihail EriZone & OTRS, EriZone Updates

EriZone 5.6 packages Updates

EriZone-5.6.4.opm EriZoneCore-5.6.4.opm Fixes: – Edit a note with html comment code in the text don’t work correctly (EZ-784) – CC field emptied on wrong name writing (EZ-785) EriZoneTheme-5.6.4.opm – Empty body quick ticket are not created and no error is displayed (EZ-786) Upgrade packages via Admin >> Package Manager. The upgrade procedure must be done… Read More

16. 01. 2019 Valentina Da Rold NetEye Updates

Updated icingweb2, icingaweb2-module-neteye, and icingaweb2-module-vsphere

Updated icingaweb2 to version 2.6.1_neteye1.20.3-1 for NetEye 4.3: Fix documentation bug for automatic import/sync: Add more explicit documentation for key_column_name in import source sync (ICW-150) Updated icingaweb2-module-neteye to version 1.6.1-1 for NetEye 4.3: Fix documentation bug for automatic import/sync: Add troubleshooting for VM import error (I2MN-40) Updated icingaweb2-module-vsphere to version 1.1.0_neteye1.1.1-1 for NetEye 4.3: Fix documentation… Read More

28. 12. 2018 NetEye Blog Admin Uncategorized

Season Greetings from All of Us!

28. 12. 2018 Mirko Morandini EriZone & OTRS

Tickets, Tickets, Tickets, Tickets! (or, How to Create “Good” Tickets)

Tickets, ticket tickets. Tickets tickets ticket (tickets), tickets tickets. Stop! I don’t want to paraphrase Doug Zongker’s celebrated “Chicken” paper and speech (you can find it here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yL_-1d9OSdk) that probably had a bigger influence to science than Hugo Ball’s Dadaism poems to culture… Ok, let’s come back to our topic! …Tickets, tickets, tickets! Of course,… Read More

27. 12. 2018 Charles Callaway Development, NetEye

Research & Development – A New User Guide Process (Part 4)

Software grows.  So do software teams.  To avoid getting slow and rusty over time, teams need to constantly assess their progress, improve where they can, and make necessary changes when warranted. The NetEye R&D team is no exception. Back when NetEye was smaller, we wrote documentation when time allowed, typically after new features had already… Read More

27. 12. 2018 Michele Santuari Development, NetEye

Research & Development – Poker Planning (Part 3)

I described in a prior blog post the so-called Backlog which is used not only by the Research & Development team but also by the other teams in the System Integration unit. The Backlog Refinement meeting is focused on the prioritization and re-ordering of tasks, and this activity cannot be achieved without properly estimating effort. In this… Read More

21. 12. 2018 Franco Federico NetEye

How to Monitor Icinga 2 Itself with Icingabeat

NetEye 4 is based on Icinga 2. How can we monitor it? There are several options available; here I choose Icingabeat and test it. Icingabeat is an Elastic Beat that fetches data from the Icinga 2 API and sends it directly to either Elasticsearch or Logstash. In my case, I wanted to send the information… Read More

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