These are the details to the RPM you will need for PART 2 of the Kibana tutorial Simply issue the commands as shown below and follow the prompt to provide a requested FQDN or IP address of the ELK node that was constructed using the other RPM. rpm -i (will ask for FQDN or IP) This will connect the hyperstore node to the ELK cluster and begin pushing s3 log data and diagnostics to your ELK cluster.  In time the monitoring of things like redis or tomcat can also be added upon request. More →

Today we launch the first in a three part series on Kibana, what it is, why you need it, how you use it, set it up and configure it. Don’t miss all three parts, the content is excellent!Read More →