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31. 12. 2021 Damiano Chini Development, NetEye

Tornado Monitoring and Statistics

When I’m running a service which processes a lot of data, sooner or later I start to wonder: what is the service doing? What data is it processing? This also applies to our event processor Tornado. For the Tornado Engine, the administrator may wonder for example how many events Tornado is receiving, how many actions…

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28. 10. 2021 Ajay Sharma Bug Fixes

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.20

With this bugfix release, we changed telegraf configuration which was causing data loss and delay of data visualization in grafana. We added missing ciphers in the nats-server ‘s TLS configuration for WIN2012R2 and added satellite-log conf for monitoring satellite-master errors. For NetEye 4.20 we updated the following packages: nats-server, nats-server-autosetup to version 2.5.0_neteye1.15.4-1 telegraf, telegraf-autosetup…

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23. 08. 2021 Lorenzo Candeago ITOA

Telegraf’s Starlark Processor

In the world of IT monitoring, we often deal with metrics that are cumulative, or where we cannot control or modify the definition of a metric. Examples include the various Windows performance monitoring metrics for MS Dynamics AX 2013 R3 (AOS) server. These metrics are cumulative, but whenever the AOS services are restarted, or the…

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30. 12. 2020 Damiano Chini NetEye

VMD – Tornado Integration

We introduced an interesting new feature into NetEye starting in version 4.13 that permits integrating vSphereDB with Tornado. By being able to process vSphereDB Events and Alarms with Tornado rules and actions, you can for example use vSphereDB to dynamically monitor Virtual Machines and Hosts. Architecture Finding a way to send Alarms and Events stored…

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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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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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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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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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28. 06. 2018 Roberto Palmarin ITOA, NetEye

Measure, Measure, Measure… and then Decide

Before making decisions it’s good practice to gather data. Important data, I should say. In this post I will propose how to use Telegraf to gather that data. Telegraf is open source software that allows you to gather raw data (metrics) from your configured plugins and then forward them to the destination of your choice…

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