Tag Archives: kibana

Alerting with the E(L)K Stack and Elastalert Revisited

By | June 16, 2017

Reading Time: 15 minutes In this article I will revisit the example from my previous article Alerting with the ELK Stack and Elastalert. The same scenario as in the earlier article will be used; a Mule ESB CE instance with a Mule application will be monitored using JMX. The new example will use Metricbeat instead of Logstash to poll… Read More »

Alerting with the ELK Stack and Elastalert

By | December 6, 2015

Reading Time: 5 minutes Based on my article on JMX Monitoring with the ELK Stack and the article on creating a Docker image with Elastalert, I will now combine these and add the missing part, alerting, to the monitoring and alerting stack I have worked my way towards. Preparations The different configuration files used in this article’s example available… Read More »

JMX Monitoring with Docker and the ELK Stack

By | September 27, 2015

Reading Time: 13 minutes This article will show how to monitor a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) running in a Docker container using JMX and the ELK stack, consisting of Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana, running in another Docker container. In addition there will be a simple example on how to use Docker Compose. In the example I will run an… Read More »

Creating a Docker Image with Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana

By | August 23, 2015

Reading Time: 9 minutes In this article I will create a Docker image that contains the Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana – more commonly known as the ELK stack. This Docker image will be based on the Docker image with Java 8 on Ubuntu that I created in an earlier article. I am aware of there being Docker images containing… Read More »