6 05, 2014

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|Comments Off on Extending Netcool Operations Insight Event Search

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 [...]

25 03, 2014

Bookmarks for March 3rd through March 25th

By | 2014-03-25T13:00:30+00:00 March 25th, 2014|General|Comments Off on Bookmarks for March 3rd through March 25th

These are my links for March 3rd through March 25th: Numenta Releases Grok for IT Analytics on AWS | Numenta - Grok anomaly detection leverages sophisticated machine intelligence algorithms to enable new insights into critical IT systems. Grok automatically learns complex patterns and then highlights unusual behavior. As software topologies and usage patterns change, Grok continuously learns and adapts, eliminating the need for frequent resetting of thresholds. Visualization of Grok output is displayed on a [...]

3 03, 2014

Bookmarks for December 11th through March 3rd

By | 2014-03-03T14:00:40+00:00 March 3rd, 2014|General|Comments Off on Bookmarks for December 11th through March 3rd

These are my links for December 11th through March 3rd: Output to Elasticsearch in Logstash format (Kibana-friendly) - In this post you’ll see how you can take your logs with rsyslog and ship them directly to Elasticsearch (running on your own servers, or the one behind Logsene’s Elasticsearch API) in a format that plays nicely with Logstash. So you can use Kibana to search, analyze and make pretty graphs out of them. This is especially [...]

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