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.
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!
It’s been a while, but today I thought it was time to finish my ELK input for monitoring Microsoft Exchange Server.
It’s still a Work In Progress, but I didn’t want to keep this from you. Using ELK and Filebeat, I want to monitor what is going in and out of my Microsoft Exchange Server. Eventually I want to see what e-mail is flowing trough my Edge Server to my Mailbox Server and what e-mail is blocked (and in what amounts).
I’ll keep you posted!