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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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30. 09. 2019 Stefano Bruno Anomaly Detection, ITOA, NetEye, Predictive Analysis

NetEye and Predictive Monitoring

We often hear about predictive monitoring, alongside the words machine learning and anomaly detection. Today, just as in the past, the “data” is invaluable and what we will try to do here is use simple data we can easily collect (data which individually might have no value) and apply Machine Learning techniques in order to identify anomalies, and then…

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27. 06. 2019 Stefano Bruno NetEye, Unified Monitoring

A Simple Way to Deploy Linux Agents Using the Icinga 2 API

The Agent’s distribution is probably one of those more time-consuming tasks. This can be for various reasons: different operating systems, network segregation, administrative credentials that are difficult to obtain, or even more simply, a large number of Agents to install. We know that the Agent installation on Windows servers is made easier by this PowerShell…

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11. 03. 2019 Stefano Bruno Log-SIEM, NetEye

Segregated Multitenancy Monitoring: The Satellite and the Essential Role of the CA-Proxy

In many circumstances, monitoring systems need to be extended to locations where we have no direct control. We can think for instance of a company that provides monitoring services to various customers: each with its own firewalls and each with its own security rules. The deployment of firewall rules from the central monitoring node to…

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