sentinl - Kibi + Kibana Alert & Report App for Elasticsearch

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Watching your data, 24/7/365.SENTINL 5 extends Kibi/Kibana 5 with Alerting and Reporting functionality to monitor, notify and report on data series changes using standard queries, programmable validators and a variety of configurable actions - Think of it as a free an independent "Watcher" which also has scheduled "Reporting" capabilities (PNG/PDFs snapshots).

https://siren.io
https://github.com/sirensolutions/sentinl

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