Install and Setup TIG Stack on Fedora 30

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In this guide, we are going to learn how to install and setup TIG stack on Fedora 30 for monitoring system metrics such as memory, disk, logged in users, system load, swap usage, system uptime, system processes. TIG stack is a group of powerful open-source monitoring tools, Telegraf, InfluxDB and Grafana where; Telegraf is an open-source server agent for collecting...

Install InfluxDB on Fedora 30/Fedora 29

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Welcome to our guide on how to Install InfluxDB on Fedora 30/Fedora 29. InfluxDB is an open source time series database written in Go to provide scalable datastore for system metrics, events and real-time analytics. InfluxDB is designed to be fast, highly available and to handle high write and query loads. It is one of the major components of...

Install Telegraf on Fedora 30/Fedora 29

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In this guide, we are going to learn how to install Telegraf on Fedora 30/Fedora 29. Telegraf is a plugin-driven server agent that is used for collecting and sending metrics and events from databases, systems, and IoT sensors. It one of the major components of TICK stack which is an acronym for Telegraf, InfluxDB (time series DB), Chronograf (interface...

Install and Configure Filebeat 7 on Ubuntu 18.04/Debian 9.8

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This guide discusses how to install and configure Filebeat 7 on Ubuntu 18.04/Debian 9.8. This comes as the last part of our guide on how to setup Elastic Stack on Ubuntu 18.04/Debian 9.8. We have covered the installation of Elasticsearch, Kibana and Logstash in our previous guides. See the Links below; Install Elasticsearch 7.x on Ubuntu 18.04/Debian 9.8 Install Kibana 7...

Install and Configure Logstash 7 on Ubuntu 18/Debian 9.8

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This guide will focus on how to install and configure Logstash 7 on Ubuntu 18.04/Debian 9.8 as a continuation of our guide on how to setup Elastic Stack 7 on Ubuntu 18.04/Debian 9.8. We have already covered the installation of Elasticsearch and Kibana. Install Elasticsearch 7.x on Ubuntu 18.04/Debian 9.8 Install Kibana 7 on Ubuntu 18.04/Debian 9.8 According to the installation...

Install Elastic Stack 7 on Ubuntu 18.04/Debian 9.8

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This tutorial will guide on how to install Elastic Stack 7 on Ubuntu 18.04/Debian 9.8. We will be discussing the installation and configuration of each component of Elastic Stack 7. Talking of components, Elastic Stack, previously known as ELK stack, comprises of four opensource major components, Elasticsearch, Kibana, Logstash and Beats. These components can be used to collect, parse,...

Install Elasticsearch 7.x on CentOS 7/Fedora 29

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This guide will take you through how to install Elasticsearch 7.x on CentOS 7/Fedora 29. Elasticsearch is the heart of Elastic Stack. Our previous guide described how to install Elasticsearch 7.x on Ubuntu 18.04/Debian 9.8. Install Elasticsearch 7.x on Ubuntu 18.04/Debian 9.8 Install Elasticsearch 7.x on CentOS 7/Fedora 29 Again, you can install Elasticsearch using the tar.gz archive, RPM package or from RPM...

Install Elasticsearch 7.x on Ubuntu 18.04/Debian 9.8

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Today we are going to learn how to install Elasticsearch 7.x on Ubuntu 18.04/Debian 9.8. Elasticsearch is an open source, distributed, RESTful, JSON-based search and analytics engine based on the Lucene library. It is one of the major components of Elastic (ELK) stack. Elasticsearch 7.0.0, based on Lucene 8.0.0, has just been released and is the current stable release and...

Monitor Linux Hosts using Nagios check_by_ssh Plugin

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Monitor Linux Hosts using Nagios check_by_ssh Plugin
Welcome to our tutorial on how to monitor Linux Hosts using Nagios check_by_ssh plugin. This enables Nagios Server to monitor system metrics and services on remote Linux server using SSH. We have covered various guides on Nagios Monitoring in our previous articles; Nagios SNMP Monitoring of Linux Hosts on AlienVault USM/OSSIM How to Install Nagios Plugins and NRPE agents on CentOS...

How to Configure SNMP version 3 on Debian 9

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This guide is about how to configure SNMP version 3 on Debian 9. There are three major versions of SNMP that have so far been developed; version SNMPv1, SNMPv2c and SNMPv3. Both version 2c and 3 have improved feature performance in terms of performance, flexibility and security-wise. Our previous guide covers how to configure SNMP Version 2c on Debian...