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24. 11. 2022 Giacomo Flavio Adriano Pilotti Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.26

We fixed a bug in El Proxy, for which the verification doesn’t verify the integrity of a log indexed right after one or more missing logs. For NetEye 4.26 we updated the following packages: elastic-blockchain-proxy, elastic-blockchain-proxy-autosetup to version 0.20.4-1

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24. 11. 2022 Giacomo Flavio Adriano Pilotti Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.25

We fixed a bug in El Proxy, for which the verification doesn’t verify the integrity of a log indexed right after one or more missing logs. For NetEye 4.25 we updated the following packages: elastic-blockchain-proxy, elastic-blockchain-proxy-autosetup to version 0.20.4-1

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23. 11. 2022 Alessandro Valentini Events

Our Experience at SREcon22 Europe

Looking at how several companies have managed their services, we discovered a relatively new (for us) technical role, the Site Reliability Engineer. As IBM reports: The principle behind the SRE is that using software code to automate oversight of large software systems is a more scalable and sustainable strategy than manual intervention – especially as those…

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21. 11. 2022 Juergen Vigna NetEye, Unified Monitoring

Monitor Your SMS Gateways by Sending Actual SMS’s (Part 2/2)

Last time I wrote about how you can have incoming SMS messages sent to the Tornado Engine so that you can make Tornado Rules to process them. This time I’d like to show you a real use case where we check whether the SMS Gateway is really working or not by sending an SMS to…

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16. 11. 2022 Elena Valgoi Events, NetEye, SEC4U, Unified Monitoring

NETEYE USER GROUP 2022… back again! #italianedition

The event of the year, the NetEye User Group, is back again, in presence! The User group is not only a chance to inform our customers about new products and releases, but also an occasion to meet and exchange feedback and ideas. This year’s NetEye User group took place in the beautiful city of Verona…

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15. 11. 2022 Mattia Codato Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.26

We fixed a bug that was freezing the host page in the director module. Fixed errors that were shown in the director module when clicking on a host template from the preview tab. Fixed the host’s services page of the director module that did not allow more than 100 services to be displayed. For NetEye…

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10. 11. 2022 William Calliari Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.24 – 4.26

We fixed a bug in the PHP configuration where it would not be read by the services started by systemd. For NetEye 4.24 – 4.26 we updated the following packages: php-neteye-config to version 1.2.1-1

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07. 11. 2022 Gianluca Piccolo Development, PHP

A Developer’s Life is Like a Box of Chocolates: You Never Know What Bug You’re Gonna Get – Part 1

Intro In this post I’d like to explain the technique I chose to discover the cause of a bug I recently worked on, and why I made certain choices, given the not-so-common circumstances: part of a GUI I was debugging stopped working. It depended on third-party code and was therefore largely unfamiliar to me. Another…

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02. 11. 2022 Davide Sbetti Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.26

We fixed a bug in El Proxy, for which the automatic verification breaks when the retention of Elasticsearch is applied. The bug fix introduced the concept of blockchain state history and this, if the retention of Elasticsearch already deleted some logs, will throw a warning during the first verification after the update. For NetEye 4.26…

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02. 11. 2022 Davide Sbetti Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.25

We fixed a bug in El Proxy, for which the automatic verification breaks when the retention of Elasticsearch is applied. The bug fix introduced the concept of blockchain state history and this, if the retention of Elasticsearch already deleted some logs, will throw a warning during the first verification after the update. For NetEye 4.25…

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02. 11. 2022 Mirko Morandini ITOA, NetEye, Uncategorized

Creating Compelling Stacked Bar Charts with Grafana

Grafana is an open source data visualization application that is widely used for displaying interactive monitoring and service dashboards. It focuses on a high-performance visualization of time series data, such as network throughput, access time, or CPU performance data. For this, it connects to specific time series databases such as InfluxDB, but also to common…

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