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Elasticsearch Release: Roundup of Changes in 7.9.2

The latest Elasticsearch release version was made available on September 24, 2020 and contains several bug fixes and new features from the previous minor version released this past August. This article highlights some of the crucial bug fixes and enhancements made, discusses issues common to upgrading to this new minor version and introduces some of the new features released with 7.9 and its subsequent patches. A complete list of release notes can be found on the elastic website.

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Elasticsearch Vulnerability: How to Remediate the most recent Issues

An Elastic Security Advisory (ESA) is a notice from Elastic to its users of a new Elasticsearch vulnerability. The vendor assigns both a CVE and an ESA identifier to each advisory along with a summary and remediation details. When Elastic receives an issue, they evaluate it and, if the vendor decides it is a vulnerability, work to fix it before releasing a remediation in a timeframe that matches the severity.

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Machine learning log analysis and why you need it

Your log analysis solution works through millions of lines of logs, which makes implementing a machine learning solution essential. Organizations are turning to machine learning log alerts as a replacement or enhancement of their traditional threshold alerts. As service uptime becomes a key differentiator, threshold alerts are only as good as your ability to foresee an issue.

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Strategically Managing Cloud Resources for Security, Fun, and Profit

The first time I created a cloud compute instance, then still called a “Cloud VM”, was an almost transcendent moment. It was like magic. I was at my first organization which had adopted the cloud, in my first DevOps position, and I immediately knew that the world had changed.

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The Cloud Network Security Gap

Before we dive into the gap in cloud network security, let’s take a step back. If you’ve been in Operations for a while, you might remember how it used to be. “Network” was a team. When you needed to open a port on the network, you had to provide an exhaustive definition of the change, explaining what port you needed, what external addresses should be able to reach it, and where it should be routed to internally.

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Improve Elasticsearch Query Performance with Profiling and Slow Logs

If our end users end up too long for a query to return results due to Elasticsearch query performance issues, it can often lead to frustration. Slow queries can affect the search performance of an ecommerce site or a Business Intelligence dashboard – either way, this could lead to negative business consequences. So it’s important to know how to monitor the speed of search queries, diagnose and debug to improve search performance.

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Coralogix is recognized by Gartner as a Cool Vendor in Performance Analysis

As the leading log management and analytics platform, we’re proud to announce that we’ve been recognized in the Gartner “2020 Cool Vendors in Performance Analysis” report by Padraig Byrne. Gartner, Inc. is the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company. They offer world-class, objective insights on a wide variety of IT solutions.

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Exciting new features of Coralogix STA

We at Coralogix, believe that cloud security is not a “nice-to-have” feature – something that only large organizations can benefit from or are entitled to have. We believe it’s a basic need that should be solved for organizations of any shape and size. This is why we built the Coralogix Security Traffic Analyzer (STA) tool for packet sniffing and automated analysis. Today we’re announcing several new features to our security product you’ll find interesting.

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CI/CD Tutorial: How to deploy an AWS Jenkins Pipeline

In the previous article, we have created the Continuous Integration (CI) pipeline for a simple Java application. It is now time to start working on the Continuous Deployment (CD) pipeline that will take the Java application and deploy it to AWS. To build the CD pipeline, we will extend the existing AWS Jenkins pipeline. If you have missed the previous article on building a CI pipeline for a Java application using Jenkins, make sure you read that first before continuing.