Community Beatsedit

The open source community has been hard at work developing new Beats. You can check out some of them here.

Note

Elastic provides no warranty or support for community-sourced Beats.

amazonbeat

Reads data from a specified Amazon product.

apachebeat

Reads status from Apache HTTPD server-status.

apexbeat

Extracts configurable contextual data and metrics from Java applications via the APEX toolkit.

burrowbeat

Monitors Kafka consumer lag using Burrow.

cassandrabeat

Uses Cassandra’s nodetool cfstats utility to monitor Cassandra database nodes and lag.

cloudflarebeat

Indexes log entries from the Cloudflare Enterprise Log Share API.

cloudtrailbeat

Reads events from Amazon Web Services' CloudTrail.

connbeat

Exposes metadata about TCP connections.

consulbeat

Reads services health checks from consul and pushes them to Elastic.

dockbeat

Reads Docker container statistics and indexes them in Elasticsearch.

elasticbeat

Reads status from an Elasticsearch cluster and indexes them in Elasticsearch.

execbeat

Periodically executes shell commands and sends the standard output and standard error to Logstash or Elasticsearch.

factbeat

Collects facts from Facter.

flowbeat

Collects, parses, and indexes sflow samples.

gpfsbeat

Collects GPFS metric and quota information.

hsbeat

Reads all performance counters in Java HotSpot VM.

httpbeat

Polls multiple HTTP(S) endpoints and sends the data to Logstash or Elasticsearch. Supports all HTTP methods and proxies.

hwsensorsbeat

Reads sensors information from OpenBSD.

icingabeat

Icingabeat ships events and states from Icinga 2 to Elasticsearch or Logstash.

iobeat

Reads IO stats from /proc/diskstats on Linux.

jmxproxybeat

Reads Tomcat JMX metrics exposed over JMX Proxy Servlet to HTTP.

journalbeat

Used for log shipping from systemd/journald based Linux systems.

lmsensorsbeat

Collects data from lm-sensors (such as CPU temperatures, fan speeds, and voltages from i2c and smbus).

logstashbeat

Collects data from Logstash monitoring API (v5 onwards) and indexes them in Elasticsearch.

mcqbeat

Reads the status of queues from memcacheq.

mongobeat

Monitors MongoDB instances and can be configured to send multiple document types to Elasticsearch.

mysqlbeat

Run any query on MySQL and send results to Elasticsearch.

nagioscheckbeat

For Nagios checks and performance data.

nginxbeat

Reads status from Nginx.

nginxupstreambeat

Reads upstream status from nginx upstream module.

nvidiagpubeat

Uses nvidia-smi to grab metrics of NVIDIA GPUs.

openconfigbeat

Streams data from OpenConfig-enabled network devices

packagebeat

Collects information about system packages from package managers.

phpfpmbeat

Reads status from PHP-FPM.

pingbeat

Sends ICMP pings to a list of targets and stores the round trip time (RTT) in Elasticsearch.

prombeat

Indexes Prometheus metrics.

redditbeat

Collects new Reddit Submissions of one or multiple Subreddits.

redisbeat

Used for Redis monitoring.

retsbeat

Collects counts of RETS resource/class records from Multiple Listing Service (MLS) servers.

saltbeat

Reads events from salt master event bus.

springbeat

Collects health and metrics data from Spring Boot applications running with the actuator module.

twitterbeat

Reads tweets for specified screen names.

udpbeat

Ships structured logs via UDP.

udplogbeat

Accept events via local UDP socket (in plain-text or JSON with ability to enforce schemas). Can also be used for applications only supporting syslog logging.

unifiedbeat

Reads records from Unified2 binary files generated by network intrusion detection software and indexes the records in Elasticsearch.

uwsgibeat

Reads stats from uWSGI.

wmibeat

Uses WMI to grab your favorite, configurable Windows metrics.

Have you created a Beat that’s not listed? If so, add the name and description of your Beat to the source document for Community Beats and open a pull request in the Beats GitHub repository to get your change merged. When you’re ready, go ahead and announce your new Beat in the Elastic discussion forum.

Getting Help with Community Beatsedit

Have a question about a community Beat? You can post questions and discuss issues in the Community Beats category of the Beats discussion forum.

Contributing to Beatsedit

Remember, you can be a Beats developer, too. Learn how