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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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29. 11. 2021 Attilio Broglio NetEye

Dynamically Manage Traps from a PowerMe UPS in NetEye’s Tornado

UPSs are critical devices that need particular attention when you’re monitoring them. Most of them are not very performant with respect to SMNP requests you send them. For this reason, passive monitoring via SNMP traps is the best solution. In this way, monitoring doesn’t burden the hardware with useless requests. In this session we’ll look…

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12. 11. 2021 Ajay Sharma Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.20

We fixed a bug in NetEye 4.20 where the tornado rsyslog collector fills the disk with logs. For NetEye 4.20 we updated the following packages: tornado, tornado-autosetup, tornado-common, tornado-dto, tornado-neteye-config, tornado-rsyslog-collector-logmanager to version 1.10.1-1

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18. 10. 2021 Mirko Bez NetEye, Unified Monitoring

Avoid Tornado Rules Repetition with a Map Post-modifier

In this post I’ll describe a concrete use case of the Tornado Map Modifier that will enable us to cover in a single rule many cases in both a user-friendly and performance-friendly way. This feature of Tornado allows us to avoid a common anti-pattern: the repetition of rules with minimal differences. This anti-pattern creates a…

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30. 09. 2021 Damiano Chini Development, NetEye

Tornado: Tracing

How can we allow a Tornado administrator to successfully track down the flow of an event through Filters, Rules and Actions of Tornado, when Tornado is processing thousands of events per second? Tornado administrators can have a hard time reading Tornado logs to understand where for example an action error comes from. Take this log…

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22. 04. 2021 Alessandro Valentini Bug Fixes, Log-SIEM, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.17

SIEM Module We fixed a bug in SIEM Module which prevents Kibana to generate reports. For NetEye 4.17 we updated the following packages: elasticsearch elasticsearch-autosetup elasticsearch-neteye-config elasticsearch-xpack-license filebeat filebeat-autosetup filebeat-neteye-config kibana kibana-autosetup kibana-neteye-config logstash logstash-autosetup logstash-neteye-config logstash-neteye-config-autosetup to version 7.10.1_neteye3.22.1-1. Tornado Module We fixed a bug in Tornado which prevented, in cluster installations, the configuration…

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21. 04. 2021 Mirko Bez Log Management, NetEye, Unified Monitoring

Automatically Detecting Tornado Anomalies through its Logs

Tornado is an event-driven engine that substitutes the previous engine called Eventhandler. Its use in NetEye is becoming ubiquitous, and this is just the start! One of its main uses in the NetEye ecosystem is to trigger status changes within Icinga (this in turn will usually send emails to stakeholders). However, understanding exactly what is…

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11. 01. 2021 Nicolae Caragia NetEye, Unified Monitoring

Microsoft Icinga2 Agent Deployment Automation with Tornado and NATS

As a NetEye user I might want to install a Remote Host Agent that belongs to a Zone that can’t communicate directly with the Master. So to be able to do this, we decided to use Tornado and NATS. Linking with Patrick’s article in this article I’ll explain how to configure them. What we want…

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11. 01. 2021 Enrico Alberti Log-SIEM, NetEye

Alerting on NetEye SIEM: Tornado Webhooks and Smart Monitoring (part 2)

In my previous post I showed you how to make your own alerts on NetEye SIEM by using the Elastic Watcher and Alerts and Actions features. But if we work in production environments, what we really need is an alert that can go directly to NetEye’s Monitoring Overview. How can we manage SIEM alerts and…

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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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23. 12. 2020 Patrick Zambelli NetEye

Tornado – Getting in Action with Sample Rules

The new complex event processing engine Tornado has been evolving quite quickly during the last few NetEye releases. As you might imagine after reading the latest Neteye 4.15 release notes, Tornado Editor is becoming very powerful and users will find a comfortable UI for configuring Tornado filters and rules. For me, interacting with Tornado had…

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10. 12. 2020 Patrick Zambelli NetEye, Unified Monitoring

Microsoft Icinga2 Agent Deployment Automation with Tornado

When implementing monitoring with Icinga2 you will soon reach the point where you will have to install Agents in order to monitor your infrastructure in-depth. Here the Icinga2 Agent provides concepts to access information about and the properties of an operating system over a secure remote connection. In an enterprise environment consisting of thousands of…

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02. 11. 2020 TobiasGoller Unified Monitoring

Tornado Use Case: Receiving Traps

During one of my last customer assignments, I migrated the NetEye Event Handler Trap rules to Tornado. Since many customers use the event handler in a similar way, I’d like to explain here the creation of these rules in Tornado. In the following I’ll briefly explain the following use case: Passive service checks have been…

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22. 10. 2020 Alessandro Valentini NetEye, Unified Monitoring

Kentix MultiSensor-LAN: Integration with NetEye4

Kentix MultiSensor is a device which includes many sensors for use in monitoring server and IT rooms. The sensor only needs to be connected to your network (PoE is required) and to have SNMP configured through its web interface. The LAN version we used in this test monitors: Temperature Humidity Dewpoint Fire (carbon monoxide) Motion…

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21. 08. 2020 Nicola Degara NetEye, Service Management, SLM, Unified Monitoring

The NetEye and Jira Cloud Ecosystem Is Even More Integrated

Between one trial run and another, in these summer days I’ve also taken my time to deepen the theme on the interaction between NetEye 4 and ticketing systems. For my tests I chose the Jira Service Desk Cloud, and I must honestly say that the result achieved was satisfactory 🙂 As a method of integration…

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