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Announcing Gravwell Version 3.2

Jul 31, 2019 9:26:42 AM / by John Floren posted in Software Updates, DevOps Analytics

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We are happy to announce the immediate availability of Gravwell version 3.2.0!

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New Gravwell Feature: Introducing Autoextractors

Feb 27, 2019 10:51:08 AM / by Kris Watts posted in Software Updates

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We are excited to introduce autoextractors with Gravwell version 3.0.2.  Autoextractors make it easy for regex gurus and binary ninjas to generate extractions and share them in a portable format.  Autoextractors can dramatically simplify the process of performing field extractions from unstructured data without complicated time-of-ingest data definitions; they can built and shared by ninjas and and used by us mere mortals.

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Fighting social media propaganda

Feb 19, 2019 9:55:00 AM / by John Floren posted in Software Updates, ingester, reddit

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We're continuing to work with investigative reporters to research unscrupulous activity on social media. Most recently, Engadget published a piece on nefarious political influencers on Reddit. We’ve written in the past about analyzing social media comments, but didn’t make the ingesters publicly available. With an increasing need for research in this area, we decided that releasing our Reddit and Hacker News ingesters could help new users get started with Gravwell even faster, so we open-sourced them. Read on to learn how to get the ingesters, how to run them, and how to get started with the data.

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Announcing Gravwell Version 3

Jan 24, 2019 10:44:56 AM / by Corey Thuen posted in Gravwell Story, Software Updates, Community Edition

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Huge Gravwell updates today!

Thanks for your patience during this short period of radio silence, but it’s been for good reason. Today we’re happy to announce Gravwell version 3 which comes with a whole slew of delicious features and improvements.

The 2018 development year was primarily focused on improving search and ingest performance, scalability, and stability. We’ve made tremendous strides on this front and I’m excited to talk briefly about those here and in greater detail during the coming weeks. Our 2019 has a strong focus on improving out-of-the-box functionality -- keep reading for more info about the update and exciting plans for this year.

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Gravwell 2.2.1 Released!

Aug 1, 2018 3:48:22 PM / by John Floren posted in Software Updates, ingester, docker, Community Edition

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We’re pleased to announce the release of Gravwell 2.2.1! For a point release, it’s got some very cool new features; read on to learn what we’ve added.

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Distributed Webserver Frontends in Gravwell

Apr 19, 2018 8:06:36 AM / by John Floren posted in Software Updates, docker, cluster

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With the release of Gravwell 2.0, Gravwell customers can now deploy multiple webservers tied to a central storage system. This means you can deploy multiple webservers behind a load balancer for better search performance; the webservers synchronize resources, user accounts, dashboards, and search history behind the scenes so users don’t need to worry about which server they’re actually using.

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Gravwell Release Update: Version 2 Lands

Apr 5, 2018 3:09:18 PM / by Corey Thuen posted in Gravwell Story, Software Updates

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This week marks the release of a Gravwell version 2. It’s been a journey with plenty of long days and nights but we’re really excited about the new capabilities. We’ll be publishing a series of blog posts which go into details of the major points, but I’d like to discuss the highlights.

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Gravwell releases version 1 and attracts notable investor

Dec 1, 2017 10:04:16 AM / by Corey Thuen posted in Gravwell Story, Software Updates

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We’re extremely excited to announce a new major release of the Gravwell analytics platform to our testers. It’s been a long road full of interesting (and sometimes annoying) challenges.

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Relationship analytics of Reddit discussing Mayweather vs McGregor

Aug 31, 2017 3:49:57 PM / by Corey Thuen posted in Software Updates

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We are happy to announce the release of version 0.2.6. This release has your standard array of bug fixes and quality of life improvements but the major change comes in the form of relational analytics enhancements. We have added support for force directed graphs which allow for some advanced relationship analytics and data correlation.

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