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Redirectiong NeuVector notification events

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NeuVector notification events can be viewed through the WebUi/Console under Notifications.  These are stored in memory with a rolling limit of 4K per sub-type. There are three major types: Security events (which include three sub-types: violation, threats, and incidents),   Risk reports, and Events.  Risk reports and Events don't have any sub-types, so they each are limited to 4K.

It is best practice to forward these events to a SIEM system for long-term storage and analysis.  The Syslog feature under Settings > Configuration > Syslog allows forwarding these events with various configurable options.


For actionable events, Response rules can be configured to forward the event using webhook. See the documentation for more details on how to setup Response rules.

If your cluster already has a logging management solution to scrap logs.  For Kubernetes environments, the following open-source fluentbit helm chart can easily be modified received the NeuVector logs and scrap by your logging management solution.  Change the following values.yaml.

Default Values

enableAzurePlugin: true
enableStandardOutput: false
New Values
enableAzurePlugin: false
enableStandardOutput: true
Configure NeuVector under Settings > Configuration > Syslog
Server: fluentbit
Protocol: TCP
Port: 5140


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  • Document ID:000020937
  • Creation Date: 18-Jan-2023
  • Modified Date:21-Sep-2023
    • SUSE NeuVector

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