After writing my previous article about shipping Apache logs to Elasticsearch via Logstash, I changed my setup for various reasons. But I still visualize them using Kibana.
Using Netflow, you can visualize your network traffic and use the collected data to analyze conections in case of troubles (which is what I use it for). All kinds of collectors are on the market, most paid applications, but why not use ELK for this and visualize your traffic using Kibana?
Beats are the new (log) shippers by Elastic. They’re available for various architectures, installable via repositories, but not for ARM architecture. So how do we install them on a Raspberry Pi? Read on to find out!