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06. 12. 2019 Gianluca Piccolo NetEye Updates

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.9

Fixed a communication problem between Tornado web GUI and Tornado daemon API. For NetEye 4.9 we updated: icingaweb2-module-neteye to version 1.42.1-1 icingaweb2-module-tornado to version 0.7.1-1

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05. 12. 2019 Alessandro Valentini NetEye Updates

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.8/4.9

Fixed a bug which requires to manually restart Kibana when upgrading from NetEye 4.8 to NetEye 4.9. Nagvis fixes a bug in cluster installations on NetEye 4.9. For NetEye 4.8 we updated: elasticsearch, elasticsearch-autosetup, elasticsearch-neteye-config, elasticsearch-xpack, elasticsearch-xpack-autosetup, kibana, kibana-autosetup, kibana-neteye-config, kibana-xpack, kibana-xpack-autosetup, logstash, logstash-neteye-config, logstash-neteye-config-autosetup, logstash-xpack, logstash-xpack-autosetup to version 7.3.1_neteye2.3.5-1 For NetEye 4.9 we updated:…

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04. 12. 2019 Patrick Zambelli NetEye ITOA

Downsampling Performance Data in InfluxDB

During the course of a NetEye installation, a wide range of performance data is collected. From latency metrics of ping checks, to the saturation data of disks and memory units, to the collection of utilization metrics of various kinds. For all of this data we’ve adopted the open source time series database InfluxDB. The time-aligned…

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04. 12. 2019 Alessandro Romboli Microsoft Management

Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Web Client

The Remote Desktop Services Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Services are widely used by companies to let users use applications inside a server farm. Typically the reasons to use Remote Desktop are: Standardized environment and configuration Easy maintenance during application version upgrades Lower resource usage on the clients Better bandwidth usage in case of a slow connection…

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04. 12. 2019 Valentina Da Rold NetEye Updates

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.9

Fixed a graphical bug that display a non-clear enabled flag for ITOA module user permission sync. For NetEye 4.9 we updated: icingaweb2-module-analytics to version 1.14.3-1

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30. 11. 2019 Thomas Forrer NetEye, Release Notes

NetEye 4.9 Release Notes

Welcome to version 4.9 of our NetEye v4 Unified Monitoring Solution. The new and updated features in this version focus mainly on the new Shutdown Manager and enhancement of existing integrations. Product: NetEyeRelease Number: 4.9Release Date: November 30, 2019Release Type: MinorPrevious Release: 4.8 Upgrade Requirements: A NetEye 4.8 installation These release notes for NetEye 4.9…

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22. 11. 2019 Alessandro Valentini NetEye Updates

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.8

Fixed a bug that prevented NetEye from being installed successfully when the locale is a value different than English. For NetEye 4.8 we updated: neteye-setup to version 1.24.4-1 

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20. 11. 2019 Alessandro Valentini NetEye Updates

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.8

Fixed a bug that prevented Elasticsearch from starting on a fresh NetEye 4.8 cluster installation. This bug was caused by two deprecated options,discovery.zen.ping.unicast.hosts and discovery.zen.minimum_master_nodes,which are no longer used now that Zen Discovery has been removed in Elastic 7.To start Elasticsearch 7.3.1 correctly on a first install requires two options to be set: discovery.seed_hosts to…

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18. 11. 2019 NetEye Blog Admin NetEye, NetEye Updates

Our contribution @ SFScon

Michele e Francesco were among the speakers at this year´s SFScon on topics ranging from Tornado and all news on visual monitoring by developing empathy toward the users in Alyvix. It was a good opportunity to connect with the tech community and Open Source contributors on the variety of technical, public policy, and community sessions….

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14. 11. 2019 Arianna Cunaccia NetEye

What a wonderful event!

Thank you to all the attendees and sponsors that joined this year´s NetEye User Group in such a memorable location. To relive this year’s event, be sure to review the speakers’ slides and see the photos from the event to savor this strong community and customer family again, both in content and in spirit. Special thanks also to Icinga and Elastic for their deeply appreciated sponsorship.

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08. 11. 2019 NetEye Blog Admin NetEye, Open Source System Management Conference

At the OSMC in Nuremberg

A full house and a great atmosphere with the lovely community at the OSMC in Nuremberg, where we held a keynote on Tornado for active and passive monitoring of complex heterogeneous IT environments (). We´re going beyond “just tools”, towards friends and culture in Open Source Monitoring! Click here for the video.

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05. 11. 2019 Bharat Bisht NetEye Updates

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.8

Fixed a bug where a report seemed broken to a user whenever a host’s scheduled downtime is not yet executed, and the execution start date of the downtime is less than the start date of the report. For NetEye 4.8 we updated: icingaweb2-module-slm to version 2.1.4-1

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04. 11. 2019 Charles Callaway NetEye, NetEye Updates

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.8

We updated the icingaweb2 module. The release of v2.7.1 introduced a change which revealed an inefficient part of database queries. This bugfix includes improvements and it has now faster response times by less work for the database server. For NetEye 4.8 we updated: icingaweb2 to version 2.7.3_neteye1.49.2-2

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23. 10. 2019 Karlis Upitis NetEye, NetEye Updates

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.8

We fixed a bug where Analytics dashlets were displayed with incorrect heights when mixed with other Icinga2 dashlets. For NetEye 4.8 we updated: icingaweb2 to version: 2.7.1_neteye1.50.2-1

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17. 10. 2019 TobiasGoller Log Management, NetEye, NetEye ITOA

Experiences with Netflow and Machine Learning in Elastic

Some time ago I was able to use the machine learning functionality in Elastic for the first time. I was astonished at how easy it is to use, and how fast it calculates historical data. In my particular case, I loaded Netflow data into the Elastic database. I wanted to use this data to evaluate…

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