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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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30. 09. 2019 Michele Santuari Log Management, NetEye, NetEye Updates

NetEye 4.7 Log Manager: Elastic 6.8.2 Update

Elastic 7.3 is coming to NetEye 4.8. In order to prepare for this significant change, you must first update Log Manager on NetEye 4.7 to receive the Elastic 6.8.2 update that will set up the necessary migrations for updating Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana. In addition to the ELK stack, SearchGuard will also be updated to…

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17. 09. 2019 Angelo Rosace NetEye

How To: Using the Elastic Watcher Feature to React to Failed Login Attempts (Part 2)

Our continued development of the Tornado event processing module has led to a new set of functionalities and capabilities. Among these is the possibility of altering host and service statuses as the result of a certain event. Let’s look at a typical use case for this feature. Suppose you want to trigger a webhook that…

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30. 07. 2019 Angelo Rosace Development, NetEye

How To: Using the Elastic Watcher Feature to React to Failed Logon Attempts (Part 1)

The introduction of the new Elastic Features (formerly, X-Pack packages) for the Elastic Stack added many new functionalities to the previous implementation in Net-Eye. One of them is the Watcher feature. Let’s discuss a use case based on this feature. Imagine you as a user want to somehow trigger a webhook alert every time something…

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24. 07. 2019 Franco Federico Log Management, NetEye

Welcoming Elastic Stack X-Pack to NetEye 4

On June 13, we announced a new OEM Partnership with Elastic, and Elastic updated its relationship with OEM, MSP and CSP partners, with the result that in NetEye 4 we now have some new features. Starting with NetEye 4.6, you can now activate the X-Pack feature. After I activate X-Pack and open NetEye, I see:…

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30. 05. 2019 Franco Federico Log Management, NetEye

Beats and NetEye 4

NetEye 4 is composed of various modules, such as the NetEye 4 Log Manager that houses Elastic Stack with Search Guard. Our vision for the future of the NetEye 4 Log Manager is shown in the following diagram: Here you can see the various modules and technologies. For instance, you can see that we have…

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21. 03. 2019 Franco Federico NetEye, Security

Field Anonymization with NetEye 4 for GDPR

The regulations of the GDPR in many cases require that some user data is not always present, and / and or that they are anonymized.  So I would like to show you now how NetEye 4 responds to this new requirement. NetEye 4 is composed of various modules. In the NetEye 4 Log Manager, we have Elastic…

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21. 12. 2018 Franco Federico Log Management, NetEye

How to Monitor Icinga 2 Itself with Icingabeat

NetEye 4 is based on Icinga 2. How can we monitor it? There are several options available; here I choose Icingabeat and test it. Icingabeat is an Elastic Beat that fetches data from the Icinga 2 API and sends it directly to either Elasticsearch or Logstash. In my case, I wanted to send the information…

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25. 09. 2018 Gianluca Piccolo Linux, Log Auditing, NetEye, Syslog

NetEye 4 Log Management: Rsyslog and the Elastic Stack

When you need to manage and collect large amounts of data, there can be a lot of hard tasks to do.  So we decided to take some of the best Open Source tools to help us do it in the best possible way.  Let me introduce you to Rsyslog and the Elastic Stack implementation for…

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