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TT3161 "Using HP ArcSight API for data visualization" materials

Hi!

Kindly find attached below the video on how you could push event data into Gephi as a continuous JSON stream of Netflow events.

Mind that I had only a couple of minutes to spare for this during my session and you could find much better videos:

or even more on a Gephi project page - Learn how to use Gephi

Kindest Regards,

Eugene Afonin.

PS. To get data from Logger I used a slightly modified version of a wonderful perl primer published by here Thanks Aaron!

PPS. I've got a lot of questions on the amount of development effort behind all this. It took me 10 days to develop Google Maps App and 2 days to do the Sunburst viz. I'm not a professional web developer so I've spent something like 60% of this time studying documentation, APIs and running in circles around "doh!" trivial javascript issues. The industry made a quantum leap since I did this last time in 2004!

Mind that this is a proof of concept code, so if you like a professional app you could ask any webdev studio to do the job and even get commercial support. If you're really low on budget, you might try to hire some helpful individual from here - https://www.odesk.com/.

UPDATE.

Can't wait for HPE ArcSight Hercules platform release! With support for jdbc connection in HPE ArcSight Interactive  Discovery data visualization would be so much easier ...

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Can you please post the code?  Thanks!

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