Blog entries by technology: Influx DB

31. 03. 2020 Stefano Bruno ITOA, NetEye

Take Care of Your Data: InfluxDB Sanitization

InfluxDB is the database used in NetEye for saving performance data. It guarantees graphic visibility of the data (thanks to the Grafana frontend) and it is very important that the data stored is useful. I’ll give you an example of how simple it can be to produce obsolete data in Influx: Suppose I create a…

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04. 12. 2019 Patrick Zambelli ITOA, NetEye

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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26. 11. 2018 Susanne Greiner ITOA, NetEye

How to Drop a Tag in InfluxDB

If  you’ve ever had cardinality problems with InfluxDB, you might have discovered that a tag is the likely culprit.  Well done!  But now your next step is getting rid of that tag, and that’s when you’ll realize that in a time series database, tags play an important role in indexing.  Because dropping tags is rather complicated,…

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14. 11. 2016 Thomas Forrer Uncategorized

Updated package influxdb-0.13.0_neteye1.0.3-1 (NetEye 3.8)

ChangeLog: – fixed bug: Wrong logrotate settings cause HUGE logfile (NIFDB-2)

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14. 11. 2016 Thomas Forrer Downloads / Release Notes, NetEye, NetEye, NetEye

Updated package influxdb-0.13.0_neteye1.0.3-1 (NetEye 3.8)

ChangeLog: – fixed bug: Wrong logrotate settings cause HUGE logfile (NIFDB-2)

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14. 11. 2016 Thomas Forrer Uncategorized

Updated package influxdb-0.13.0_neteye1.0.3-1 (NetEye 3.8)

ChangeLog: – fixed bug: Wrong logrotate settings cause HUGE logfile (NIFDB-2)

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20. 06. 2019 Andrea Avancini Events, ITOA, NetEye, Unified Monitoring

InfluxDays London 2019

As did for the last year edition, our DevOps team participated at InfluxDays, a conference organized by InfluxData and focused on time series data. We were really looking at the event with excitement, for all the new features InfluxData is putting into the new InfluxDB 2.0. So, apart from grabbing a very nice t-shirt, we…

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27. 03. 2020 Alessandro Romboli APM, NetEye

Monitoring a JBoss Application Server

Scenario JBoss Application Server (JBoss AS) is an open-source, cross-platform Java application server developed by JBoss, a division of Red Hat, Inc. JBoss AS is an open-source implementation of Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) that is used for implementing Java applications and other Web-based applications. Being a Java web-based application, it’s important to keep it…

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30. 12. 2019 Stefano Bruno ITOA, NetEye

Burstable Billing Bandwidth Using NetEye

Within Internet provider companies, very often we are asked to calculate the amount of Internet bandwidth in order to bill any excess use of bandwidth to each customer. We decided to make this calculation completely customizable using NetEye together with the built-in tools Icinga2, InfluxDB and Grafana. Phase 1 Using an SNMP check, we measure…

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17. 12. 2019 Juergen Vigna NetEye, Predictive Analysis, Unified Monitoring

Monitor Cluster Disk Space with Icinga2

The Problem If you’re trying to monitor a Microsoft Cluster, you’ll surely want to monitor the disk space of a single cluster service. In this case there’s a problem with Icinga2 Agent:  you can’t use it with more than one IP address.  So you can’t simultaneously monitor the resources of the “physical” host and a…

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10. 12. 2019 Luca Franzoi Downloads / Release Notes, ITOA, NetEye, Unified Monitoring

Grafana User Management Deprecation in NetEye 4.10

A manual user configuration migration is required before upgrading to 4.10. Starting in version 4.9, NetEye supports Grafana user management, which is completely integrated into NetEye via its existing roles mechanism. NetEye administrators can create new roles that map to Grafana roles (admin, editor or viewer) at the level of organizations and teams. NetEye users must then be…

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30. 11. 2019 Thomas Forrer Downloads / Release Notes, NetEye

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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02. 10. 2019 Juergen Vigna ITOA, NetEye

An Overview of Your VMware Environment

Do you have a NetEye server, and want to monitor your VMware ESXi Infrastructure? Nothing easier than that using the InfluxDB and Grafana Modules of NetEye, along with a Telegraf agent to deliver the data into Influx. Starting with version 1.6.x of Telegraf, there’s a plugin for querying for data from a vSphere server, but…

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09. 08. 2019 Andrea Avancini Log-SIEM, NetEye

Automatic Load Test of Rsyslog, Logstash, and Elasticsearch

At Würth Phoenix we take testing very seriously. NetEye 4 is a sophisticated product that operates in complex and business-critical environments, so it requires lots of tests before being released. One challenging part of the testing phase is load testing, where the functionalities of a system are subject to predetermined levels of load. NetEye customers…

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05. 08. 2019 Alessandro Romboli Asset Management, NetEye

Monitoring a Cisco Wireless Controller

Scenario Cisco WLC is widely used by many Enterprise Companies to manage their wireless networks due to its efficiency and advanced features. Its management web console has a wealth of configuration parameters, but it doesn’t offer a clear overview on what’s happening across the wireless network. Fortunately, a lot of real time information is available…

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