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21. 10. 2020 Bharat Bisht Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.14

This is a bugfix release of Icinga2 which fixes: An error on the Icinga2 Master with too many opened files. The impossibility to know the status of deployment on Icinga2 Satellites. Other important issues. The full list of changes can be found in the release note. For NetEye 4.14 we updated: icinga2, icinga2-debuginfo, icinga2-ido-mysql, icinga2-bin,…

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15. 10. 2020 Andrea Avancini Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.14

We fixed an issue related to missing dependencies in the Icingaweb2 vSphere module. We also fixed a dependency issue in the NetEye Upgrade manager. For NetEye 4.14 we updated: icingaweb2-module-vsphere package to version 1.1.0_neteye1.1.2-1 neteye-upgrade-manager package to version

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06. 10. 2020 Valentina Da Rold Bug Fixes, Icinga Web 2, NetEye

Bugfix for NetEye 4.14

We fixed an issue related to weird page rendering in case of duplicate tab on browser. We fixed also some bugs related to the upgrade of OCS Inventory and a bug in GLPI for which the neteye_secure_install was failing in case the default GLPI language was different than English. For NetEye 4.14 we updated: icingaweb2-module-neteye…

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05. 10. 2020 Michele Santuari Development, NetEye

Research Activities: A Fully Distributed NetEye

During the NetEye User Group in November 2019, I presented the future vision of a new, completely distributed architecture to allow more flexibility, performance and scalability. In particular, a more flexible and scalable architecture is helpful for large environments such as Managed Service Provider infrastructures or for monitoring solutions as a service (i.e., NetEye 4…

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02. 10. 2020 Enrico Alberti Log-SIEM, NetEye

NetEye Ingest Pipelines – How to Modify and Enrich SIEM Data

Is it possible to add Geo IP information automatically to my events even if it’s not present in the original log? How can I automatically decode a URL to dissect all its components? How can I convert a human readable byte value (e.g., 1KB) to its value in bytes (e.g., 1024) so I can use…

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02. 10. 2020 Mirko Bez Log-SIEM, NetEye

NetEye SIEM Self-Security

NetEye SIEM is a very powerful tool that allows you to ingest logs from many different sources. However, by default it does not ingest the ssh-login attempts on the NetEye Servers themselves, nor does it check the integrity of important configuration files. In this blog post I will describe a procedure to configure an Auditbeat…

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02. 10. 2020 Damiano Chini Development, NetEye

NetEye Communication over NATS

In a previous post we talked about how in NetEye we migrated all the Tornado communications from direct TCP to NATS. Since then, we’ve extensively and successfully adopted NATS as a communication channel for many of the components present in NetEye. As often happens when approaching new technologies, the initial straightforward approach did not turn…

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02. 10. 2020 Gianluca Piccolo Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.14

We fixed an issue related to the logs written by Logstash. For NetEye 4.14 we updated: logstash* packages to version 7.6.2_neteye3.9.1-1

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01. 10. 2020 Thomas Forrer Downloads / Release Notes, NetEye, Unified Monitoring

NetEye 4.14 Release Notes

Release Date: September 30, 2020 Welcome to version 4.14 of our NetEye v4 Unified Monitoring Solution. We leave the summer behind us and say hallo to the autumn with a beautiful panorama from Alpe di Siusi/Seiseralm towards the snow-capped peaks of Sassopiatto/Plattkofel and Sassolungo/Langkofel, ranging towards the distant peaks of Cir, Puez and Piz Duleda…

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30. 09. 2020 Stefano Bruno NetEye, Unified Monitoring

Monitoring with Your Own Icinga DSL Script

In this article I’ll talk about Icinga DSL and how it can be extremely useful if you want to compute thresholds. Our goal today is to be able to change certain monitoring thresholds when some parameters change. Example The example I propose is the following: I’m a system administrator, and I would like the warning…

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30. 09. 2020 Benjamin Gröber Development, NetEye

Tips & Tricks for Building RPM Packages

An RPM (RedHat Package Manager) package is the file format used by RHEL and CentOS, and their package manager yum (now called dnf). Since NetEye is based on CentOS, we use this standard package manager for distribution. How an RPM is constructed is defined in so-called spec files. In this blog post I’m going to…

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30. 09. 2020 Andrea Avancini NetEye

Adopting Pulp 2: A Migration Journey #1

Distributing software content and making it available to users is not an easy task. First, you can have many different types of content like RPMs, ISO files, Python packages, and so on and so forth. And then, repositories often change. In the R&D team, we’re always implementing new features and fixing bugs, which in other…

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30. 09. 2020 Gabriele Cecco NetEye, Service Management

GLPI – SIM Card Data Migration from Plugin to Core

Beginning with GLPI version 0.83 a very useful plugin to record SIM card data was available. The plugin was created by Walid Nouh and then updated by Anthony Piesset and Thierry Bugier Pineau, and was very convenient for keeping track of company SIM card data. In addition to the specific data of the SIM like…

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28. 09. 2020 Mattia Codato Contribution, Development, Icinga News, NetEye, Unified Monitoring

NetEye – Icinga2 Execute Command API

In the last few weeks, we collaborated with the Icinga2 developers to create a new powerful API, called “Execute Command“. The main purpose of this new API is to execute specific commands on a node by sending the request to the parent node. This is useful when the user cannot reach the desired node (an…

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25. 09. 2020 Gianluca Piccolo Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.13

We fixed an issue related to the eventhandler/icinga2 cluster resources relocation. For NetEye 4.13 we updated: icinga2* packages to version 2.11.5_neteye1.21.1-1

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