Tuesday, October 16, 2018

You can now use Vega to create custom graphs in Kibana

Prior to Kibana 6.2, you had to create a custom plugin to create custom visualization types. Now, however, support for Vega is included. Vega is a JSON (HJSON, actually) language that you can think of as a wrapper around the D3 visualization toolkit to allow it to display in Kibana. Here's a video with the highlights:


Monday, October 15, 2018

IBM Announces Multicloud Manager


It allows you to manage containers across all the biggest cloud providers.

You can now see your LinkedIn saved articles on the desktop!

I just ran across this today, and am very happy that I can finally view the items that I save on my phone on the web version. The link to see your saved articles is:


To save an article, you should see a little bookmark icon under all articles. Click that, and you'll get a DIC popup that tells you it's saved and give you a link to view all of your saved articles.

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

ITMSuper is in a new location

IBM moved the ITMSuper tool to:


If you're an ITM 6.x user and you haven't used this tool, you really should download it to help with the management of your environment.

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Learning neat new things at the Splunk Conference

Splunk is introducing tons of great new features at their conference this year. Many customers complain about the cost of Splunk, but you can lower that cost by leveraging the data to cover more usecases. If you feel like you're not getting the most out of Splunk, give us a call to get some help.