Tag: devsecops

  • Partner news: Qensus becomes Accredited Elastic Partner

    Partner news: Qensus becomes Accredited Elastic Partner

    Last week we together worked hard to successfully fulfill all requirements to become an accredited partner on behalf of Elastic in the area of advisory and implementation of Enterprise Search, Observability and Security. We completed all seven Elastic Partner Accreditation certificates. Did you know that Qensus for one year is partnering with Elastic and our…

  • Observability blog: Working towards a universal query language

    Observability blog: Working towards a universal query language

    Have you ever come across the following? Your colleagues say, just create a dashboard, but some minutes later the gate is open for query hell. Most average dashboards contain minimal two query languages like for logs, metrics and traces. Wouldn’t it be great to standardise and put effort in an unified approach. Luckily for you…

  • OpenSearch Blog: Talk at Kubernetes Community Twente Meetup about Security Analytics

    OpenSearch Blog: Talk at Kubernetes Community Twente Meetup about Security Analytics

    On invitation from Shock Media Managed Hosting Experts I’ve developed a talk about creating a SIEM with OpenSearch. Inspired by the Opster Opensearch-k8s-Operator – OpenSearch Security Analytics – OpenSearch Data Prepper and Fluent-Bit  I created a demo setup of deploying OpenSearch on an Google Cloud GKE cluster. Securing platforms like Kubernetes can be challenging. Luckily there…

  • OpenSearch Blog:  Quickstart OpenSearch-k8s-operator on AKS within 10 minutes

    OpenSearch Blog: Quickstart OpenSearch-k8s-operator on AKS within 10 minutes

    Inspired by the Opster Opensearch-k8s-Operator I created a quickstart of deploying OpenSearch on an Azure AKS cluster. In this quickstart, our colleague Arnold van Wijnbergen explains the challenges and deployment of OpenSearch using the OpenSearch Operator on Azure AKS clusters. AKS is the Microsoft Azure Kubernetes platform. Read the full quickstart on my GitHub.

  • KubeCon EU 2023 Recap and Highlights

    KubeCon EU 2023 Recap and Highlights

    Last week  Qensus was present at KubeCon | CloudNativeCon EU. This year’s edition was held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Cool, isn’t it ? A home game for us. Our colleague Arnold van Wijnbergen was present these days, enjoyed the various talks, met a lot of passionate people, collected some goodies and wrote us the following…

  • Kubernetes Community Days Amsterdam 2023

    Kubernetes Community Days Amsterdam 2023

    In this LinkedIn post our colleague Arnold van Wijnbergen tells about his personal experience during Kubernetes Community Days Amsterdam 2023. From keynote to a sustainability talk, he takes you through all highlights and lessons learned. Read the full post (Dutch only) on LinkedIn. Do you want to join us next time? Just bookmark this page…

  • ClickHouse Blog: Sending Windows Event Logs to ClickHouse With Fluent Bit

    ClickHouse Blog: Sending Windows Event Logs to ClickHouse With Fluent Bit

    Inspired by a Calyptia Nginx blog I continued on the series of Observability with Fluent Bit and ClickHouse. In this guest post with ClickHouse, we explain the basics of Windows Event Logs, learn about detecting security threats with Sysmon events and start collecting, process and insert logs with Fluent Bit into ClickHouse Cloud. As bonus…