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Suricata Flow Logging

Pretty much from the start of the project, Suricata has been able to track flows. In Suricata the term ‘flow’ means the bidirectional flow of packets with the same 5 tuple. 393 more words


ELK - Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana - magic combo

Got finally fed up with the fact that we don’t have all the log files easily searchable and indexed in a centralized location. I know the solution that I came up with a fellow colleague is not an optimal one (yet), but it will already now give us┬áthe agility to search the logs whenever it’s necessary. 930 more words

Proof of concept, with a concept

One problem I have when trying new technologies is actually seeing them in realistic situations – which translates to having a real use case for them. 749 more words


concept: employer company filter

Last week I was presented with an interesting challenge. I’ve been looking around a bit for companies and I would like to work for. Talking to a recruiter who had no idea how to slim down his list of clients he just passed me the list. 1,159 more words


Getting the best out of Logstash for Nginx

Note: If you’re not familiar with Logstash, please watch the introduction video to get the hang of inputs, filters and outputs and how they operate within Logstash. 1,361 more words


Query DSL (Elasticsearch) vs SQL

My first story about Elasticsearch, I found Query DSL (Domain Specific Language) that is search language on Elasticsearch but my background is DBA (RDBMS) so I tried to adapt and compare simeple SQL to Query DSL to remember command and structure easily. 503 more words


MongoDB Aggregation slows down server

Currently we are using MongoDB 2.6.3 at VersionEye as primary database. Almost 3 years ago I picked MongoDB because of this reasons: