Unomaly 2.25 was released on February 12, 2018.
This release includes features to improve how you monitor data from your systems and groups: the Unomaly dashboard and a Docker integration. The Unomaly Dashboard is designed to give you a quick overview of the incoming data and open alerts in your infrastructure. The Docker integration makes it possible for you to track the data from the applications you have running within Docker.
Monitor groups and alerts with Unomaly Dashboard
The Unomaly dashboard gives you an overview of the status of your infrastructure over the last 24 hours. The dashboard displays the incoming data stream from your systems as an event graph and lets you track the open alerts on your groups of systems. You can access the dashboard from the main menu in the sidebar.
Integrate data from Docker
Unomaly now supports ingesting docker logs to monitor containers. Docker can be configured to send container metadata with its logs, which Unomaly can then use to profile the Docker image instead of the conventional “system”. This means that applications running in Docker can now be treated as one system and benefit from learning by other instances of that application, even though the individual instance of a container may only live for a short period of time.
See “Integrating data from Docker” for configuration instructions.
- The Introduction to Unomaly manual has been rewritten to give you a better overview of Unomaly features and concepts and how Unomaly works.
- The discussion of knowns now includes examples of how using tags can help you define actions based on knowns.
March 5, 2018
Unomaly 220.127.116.11 includes the following changes:
- Fix issue where settings page shows up blank
March 1, 2018
Unomaly 18.104.22.168 includes the following changes:
- Fix issue where license expiration notification could send an email every minute
- Fix issue where certain system log files weren’t rotated properly
- Fix issue where views with known tag conditions didn’t return any data
February 12, 2018
Unomaly 2.25 includes the following changes:
- Add a fluentd receiver
- Add a dashboard to provide overview of incoming events and open alerts
- Add migration to remove instances during upgrade
- Add configuration for overriding the userPrincipalName attribute of an LDAP user
- Add a button for deleting old (24h+) instances to the settings-page
- Exiting from the system shell will now return to the console menu
- Fix bug where changing group names would break any views that contained that group as a condition
- Fix bug where unread situations were not bolded
- Fix comments not showing up instantly on system is away situations
- Fix issue where the python virtualenv could cause issues during installation
- Fix issue with user emails not being set for LDAP users
- Fix realtime filtering of anomalies on the events page
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