Figuring out how to parse your firewall logs is not always easy. This blogpost shows you some useful log-parsing techniques. For the examples, I use the logs of the Zorp proxy firewall, developed now by Balasys, the Hungarian distributor of Balabit products.
MWC 2016 was an amazing success. The IoT and Next-Generation Networking area was full of people. Partners had some amazing demos…
Balasys created an NFV firewall snap based on their Zorp open source firewall.
Source code of new maintenance release (6.0.8) of Zorp GPL LTS is available on GitHub.
Source code of new LTS release (6.0) of Zorp GPL is available on GitHub.
There were lots of interesting Snappy Apps running on various machines, e.g. Zabbix monitoring, Microsoft real-time performance monitoring integration into Azure, Forgerock’s access and identity management solutions for IoT, Balabit’s Zorp firewall, F5’s Linerate loadbalancer, Freedomotic, Eclipse MQTT via Mosquito, M2MLabs, IP camera security solutions, WebRTC conference solutions, etc.
“Enterprises now have a single platform to manage for a very wide range of devices – from switches to access points to robotics to bare metal container hosts. Snappy Ubuntu Core unifies ‘all the things’ and provides management with a universal firmware and app store.” said Mark Shuttleworth on IoT World 2015.
Penguin Computing is the first to qualify and offer switches based on snappy Ubuntu Core and their Arctica network control software. Initial offerings will be top of rack 10GE and aggregation 40GE models. Apps include Zorp GPL as firewall.