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ELK & Nagios Part 2: How to get your logs from Redis to Elasticsearch
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ELK & Nagios Part1: How to get your Application Logs to Redis
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Monitor WebSphere with ELK and Nagios
Thu, Aug 25th 2016 17
DNUG Vortrag – Monitoring einer IBM Connections Umgebung mit Nagios und JMeter
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Log Analysis – Log files can be fun!
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Nagios plugins for IBM Connections
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ELK & Nagios Part 2: How to get your logs from Redis to Elasticsearch
Mon, Sep 19th 2016 33
Thank you Rudi – My sessions at AdminCamp 15
Thu, Sep 24th 2015 20
ELK & Nagios Part1: How to get your Application Logs to Redis
Fri, Sep 9th 2016 20
DNUG Vortrag – Monitoring einer IBM Connections Umgebung mit Nagios und JMeter
Tue, May 17th 2016 18
Monitor WebSphere with ELK and Nagios
Thu, Aug 25th 2016 17
Nagios plugins for IBM Connections
Tue, Nov 10th 2015 14
Check IBM Connections 5 DB Schema Versions with a script
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List of IBM Connections 5 DB Schema Version Numbers
Fri, Jun 26th 2015 13
Log Analysis – Log files can be fun!
Thu, Jan 28th 2016 12
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ELK & Nagios Part 2: How to get your logs from Redis to Elasticsearch
Mon, Sep 19th 2016 7:18a   Klaus Bild
In the last part we collected the application logs and transferred them to Redis, our high performance messaging queue. In this part we want to get the logs/messages out of Redis, filter them, cut them in pieces/fields and finally transfer them to our index database Elasticsearch. We will use Logstash to normalize and enrich our […]
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ELK & Nagios Part1: How to get your Application Logs to Redis
Fri, Sep 9th 2016 9:37a   Klaus Bild
  The easiest way to collect your Application logs (WebSphere, TDI, DB2…) from your servers and send them to Logstash for processing is to use Filebeat as shipper. Filebeat gives you the possibilty to output your logs directly to Logstash but I prefer to send them first to a message broker. Reason for this is that […]
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Monitor WebSphere with ELK and Nagios
Thu, Aug 25th 2016 5:17a   Klaus Bild
Worked a lot with the ELK stack for log management and Nagios for system monitoring in the last months and like both solutions a lot. They are very flexible and customizable to match almost every customer environment. So the natural next step was to combine both solutions to build a very powerful system monitoring and […]
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DNUG Vortrag – Monitoring einer IBM Connections Umgebung mit Nagios und JMeter
Tue, May 17th 2016 10:18a   Klaus Bild
Ich habe dieses Jahr die grosse Ehre, einen Vortrag zum Thema “IBM Connections Monitoring mit Nagios und JMeter” an der DNUG im Hamburg zu halten. Die DNUG ist die Interessenvertretung für alle IBM Collaboration Software Anwender in Deutschland und besteht schon seit mehr als 20 Jahren. Die 43. DNUG-Konferenz findet am 01. und 02. Juni 2016 im Rieckhof-Kulturzentrum in […]
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Log Analysis – Log files can be fun!
Thu, Jan 28th 2016 9:13a   Klaus Bild
Haven’t blogged for a while because I’m busy looking at some new technologies and I’m still in beginner mode on most of them. Today I want to give you an introduction to one of this topics, Log Analysis with the ELK Stack. But before going into more details in future posts I will just show […]
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Nagios plugins for IBM Connections
Tue, Nov 10th 2015 8:57a   Klaus Bild
Back from a very successful Social Connections event in Stuttgart, more than 260 participants were there and I enjoyed every minute! Thx again the whole Soccnx team, the best event so far! My session was titled “How to monitor your IBM Connections environment with Python Scripts, JMeter and Nagios” which is pretty self explaining. I promised […]




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