Utilizing the one-line or standalone installer allows you to install the OnSight vCollector on any Linux-based instance.
The following table provides the minimum Linux VM requirements for a standalone Onsight vCollector deployment:
Ubuntu LTS 14.04 (or newer) or RHEL/CentOS 7.x( or newer)
At least 1 GB of memory
30 GB of available hard disk space
Root access with the ability to create users and install system packages
| ||Note: As your monitoring expands, we recommend 1 core + 1 GB Ram per 1,000 checks.|
To install the OnSight vCollector using the standalone installer, perform the following steps.
Run the following command as root:
curl http://packages.panopta.com/appliance/install.py | python /dev/stdin --customer_key
where customer_key is your own customer key. To obtain your customer key, select your avatar then select My Account.
This will add the appropriate repositories to the VM and begin downloading and configuring all dependencies. This process can take up to 15-20 minutes.
Once complete, reboot the VM using the reboot command.
Once the VM is back, login as root again. Upon login, you should see a MOTD which looks similar to the one below:
Panopta OnSight Monitoring Appliance
Web Console: https://172.31.94.134/
Agent Proxy: https://172.31.94.134:8443
OnSight Key: xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx
Setup Docs: http://answers.panopta.com/onsight
For assistance, contact support.com
You now need to add this vCollector to your Panopta account. Within the Panopta web control panel, select + Add on the top navigation bar then select OnSight vCollector then follow the on-screen instructions. Your OnSight key is what is shown on the MOTD above.