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1005: Self-tuning device-status monitoring for HP ArcSight ESM

1005

Self-tuning device-status monitoring for HP ArcSight ESM

Speaker: Ian Nice, EdgeSeven

Join us as we explain how we’ve leveraged correlation rules, active lists, and trend actions to develop an advanced self-tuning, device-status monitoring content pack for HP ArcSight ESM. The pack utilizes a sliding window and standard deviation to recognize subtle changes in the environment being monitored. Attendees will gain an understanding of how EdgeSeven designed and implemented a self-tuning capability in ArcSight ESM. You will learn how sliding windows thresholds can be calculated using active lists and trend actions. And, you will gain an understanding of content pack, and how it should be installed and configured.

 

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Vice Admiral
Vice Admiral

The domain listed in the pdf (www.edgeseven.com) is parked and available for purchase.  Anybody know how we can get the content pack at this point?

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That content pack is very old n obsolete , you should use the default system & device monitoring contents from HPE arcsight..

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Pushpendra

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Vice Admiral
Vice Admiral

If you know where to download it please share.  Thanks.

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