Securing Graylog behind a Caddy reverse proxy

It’s been a while since my last post, but I just finished putting a Graylog container behind a Caddy reverse proxy, and because I found the existing documentation to be pretty sparse I thought I would quickly share my Caddy docker-compose.yml and my Graylog docker-compose.yml, and other tidbits that might help others out.

Caddy docker-compose.yml file

Graylog docker-compose.yml file

Also, thanks to Guido Diepen, for his docker-convenience-scripts, which saved me some time by allowing me to quickly clone my persistent volumes.


NetWorker Daily Status Report

Unhappy with the overly verbose native EMC NetWorker savegroup completion reporting and the limited formatting options available in the native html output provided by gstclreport I decided to quickly create a powershell script to produce a a better looking daily status email.  Below is ver 0.1 of the script.

Note:  In the powershell source included below all the variables are in the source for simplicity purposes. In my implementation a large number of the defined variables are used across a wider library of powershell scripts so the variables are actually contained in a separate variable file which I dot source to set the variables in the global scope.

The script delivers via email a message which contains a formatted html report in the body of the email as well as a csv attachment containing the raw data.  The following is a sample email:nwreport1