New Features in 14.8
Splunk HTTP Event Collector (HEC) Integration
Elisity Control Center Administrators are now able to integrate with Splunk HTTP Event Collector (HEC) for exporting Elisity logging information. The Splunk HTTP Event Collector lets you send data and application events to a Splunk deployment over the HTTP and Secure HTTP (HTTPS) protocols. HEC uses a token-based authentication model. You can generate a token and then configure a logging library or HTTP client with the token to send data to HEC in a specific format. This process eliminates the need for a Splunk forwarder when you send application events. Please refer to the Splunk SIEM Integration guide for more details.
Export of Filtered User and Device Data
Filtered Users and Device data can now be exported to Excel or CSV format from the Elisity Control Center Management Interface. Administrators can now export information based on Site Label as well as Specific table filters applied in the detailed filters available within the User or Device menus. Please refer to the Visibility and Troubleshooting guide for more details.
Policy Group Assignment for Shared Services
The “Shared Services” option is now available within the Device onboarding or edit functions within the Elisity Control Center. If the “Shared Services” option is set to Yes, after the initial Policy Group classification is in effect, the Policy Group will never change unless manually reclassified. Please refer to the Onboarding Devices Manually guide for more details.