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Extending Netcool Operations Insight Event Search

By | 2014-05-06T10:43:04+00:00 May 6th, 2014|Analytics, Event Analytics, Event Management, Event Processing, Events, IBM, IBM Log Analytics, IT Operations Analytics, Log Analytics, Logstash, Netcool, Netcool/OMNIbus, Usability, User Experience, Value, Visualization|

The initial offering of Netcool Operations Insight (NOI) v1.1 provides a good starting point with some neat event search use cases for front line IT Ops support teams and some basic event analysis support for the Netcool Administrator. The NOI-SCALA integration provides a primary entry point for searching across events via the event list tool menu. In my opinion, the ability to search and interact with events is far more valuable using the search and [...]

Event Analysis using SmartCloud Analytics Log Analysis (SCALA) v1.2.0 – Example logstash v1.3.x Configuration

By | 2014-02-11T00:32:44+00:00 February 11th, 2014|Analytics, Application Analytics, Event Analytics, Event Management, Events, IBM, IBM Log Analytics, IT Operations Analytics, Log Analytics, Logstash, Netcool, Netcool/OMNIbus, Smart Cloud Analytics|

To catch up, check out part 1, part 2 and part 3. I wanted to get an up to date configuration out based on some recent work for our upcoming Pulse 2014 demo making use of the latest versions of logstash v1.3.3 and our SCALA v1.2.0 release. Nothing significantly different per se, but the changes in logstash syntax and internal event flow/routing has significantly changed from v1.1.x. I've included an example logstash v1.3.3 configuration file [...]

Event Analysis using SmartCloud Analytics Log Analysis (SCALA) v1102 – Getting Started

By | 2013-10-01T08:41:31+00:00 October 1st, 2013|Analytics, Application Analytics, Event Analytics, Event Management, IBM Log Analytics, Implementation, IT Operations Analytics, Log Analytics, Logstash, Netcool, Netcool/OMNIbus, Smart Cloud Analytics|

Read part one of this blog series here. Here’s an overview of what we’re building a slice of. You can simply start with what you have but you can see how this can be stamped out cookie cutter style to support many different architecture patterns in your environment. In larger environments there are obvious scale and performance considerations that should be considered for each component in the flow. Fortunately, each component has decent capabilities for [...]

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