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28. 01. 2011 Marco Sperini Uncategorized

Syslog Agent Safed, un anno di vita

Circa un anno fa iniziava la nostra attività che ha portato alla definizione ed allo sviluppo dell’agent Safed, partendo dalla base fornita da SNARE di Intersect Alliance e dalla nostra esperienza sul campo. Come il predecessore a cui ci siamo ispirati, Safed nelle varie versioni è disponibile nei termini della GNU Public License. Gli obiettivi… Read More

28. 01. 2011 NetEye Blog Admin Uncategorized

Accenture Open Source research industry findings

The popularity of open source software is growing, with many organisations realising the business benefits it could have. Read in this Accenture study how Open source could or even will in future present opportunities and challenges for different industries. >> Download study

26. 01. 2011 TobiasGoller Uncategorized

NetEye: monitoraggio di contatti elettrici… quindi non solo puro monitoraggio IT

Uno dei ns. clienti ha richiesto la possibilità di allertare il personale tecnico di manutenzione di stabilimento nel caso in cui avvenissero delle interruzioni elettriche su particolari punti d’interesse della produzione azienale. Con l’utilizzo di un nuovo sensore di contatto abbiamo con successo configurato il monitoraggio di un comune quadro elettrico (vedi foto) sprovvisto (fino… Read More

24. 01. 2011 NetEye Blog Admin Uncategorized

NETWAYS Open Source Data Center Conference 2011 – Call for Papers

Our colleagues from netways have asked as to announce their yearly Open Source Data Center Conference scheduled for April 6th and 7th at Nuremberg / Germany. The call for papers has already started. If you’ve got something to share, to tell, to introduce or to show regarding this year´s topic “Automated Systems Management” and interested in participating as… Read More

24. 01. 2011 NetEye Blog Admin Uncategorized

NETWAYS Open Source Data Center Conference 2011 – Call for Papers

Our colleagues from netways have asked as to announce their yearly Open Source Data Center Conference scheduled for April 6th and 7th at Nuremberg / Germany. The call for papers has already started. If you’ve got something to share, to tell, to introduce or to show regarding this year´s topic “Automated Systems Management” and interested in participating as… Read More

24. 01. 2011 NetEye Blog Admin Uncategorized, Uncategorized, Uncategorized

NETWAYS Open Source Data Center Conference 2011 – Call for Papers

Our colleagues from netways have asked as to announce their yearly Open Source Data Center Conference scheduled for April 6th and 7th at Nuremberg / Germany. The call for papers has already started. If you’ve got something to share, to tell, to introduce or to show regarding this year´s topic “Automated Systems Management” and interested in participating as… Read More

13. 01. 2011 NetEye Blog Admin Uncategorized

“Abbiamo un team fantastico…”

Sembra che adesso anche il giornalisti hanno scoperto il fascino di Jürgen. Ecco un´estratto dell´edizione locale del Corriere della Sera di oggi.

04. 01. 2011 Patrick Zambelli Uncategorized

Monitoring Nagios Performance Graphs

This post introduces a check strategy to monitor the freshness of Nagios performance graphs. When the feature is enabled Nagios is generating performance graphs, that are updated automatically with the execution of a single check. Such a check result delivers also the so called “performance data”, content interpreted by dedicated listeners behind the Nagios process…. Read More

04. 01. 2011 Patrick Zambelli Uncategorized

Monitoring Nagios Performance Graphs

This post introduces a check strategy to monitor the freshness of Nagios performance graphs. When the feature is enabled Nagios is generating performance graphs, that are updated automatically with the execution of a single check. Such a check result delivers also the so called “performance data”, content interpreted by dedicated listeners behind the Nagios process…. Read More

04. 01. 2011 Patrick Zambelli Capacity Management, Capacity Management, Capacity Management, Nagios

Monitoring Nagios Performance Graphs

This post introduces a check strategy to monitor the freshness of Nagios performance graphs. When the feature is enabled Nagios is generating performance graphs, that are updated automatically with the execution of a single check. Such a check result delivers also the so called “performance data”, content interpreted by dedicated listeners behind the Nagios process…. Read More

03. 01. 2011 Patrick Zambelli Uncategorized

Log flow integration of multiple IP sources

This new feature has been introduced for the auditing of Cluster installations and hosts with multiple IP addresses. The concept behind the aggregation of flows from different sources resides on the integration of log flows from load balanced hosts or hosts in failover configuration within a single host definition. This allows also the registration of… Read More

03. 01. 2011 Patrick Zambelli Uncategorized

Log flow integration of multiple IP sources

This new feature has been introduced for the auditing of Cluster installations and hosts with multiple IP addresses. The concept behind the aggregation of flows from different sources resides on the integration of log flows from load balanced hosts or hosts in failover configuration within a single host definition. This allows also the registration of… Read More

03. 01. 2011 Patrick Zambelli Log Auditing, Log Auditing, Syslog, Syslog, Syslog

Log flow integration of multiple IP sources

This new feature has been introduced for the auditing of Cluster installations and hosts with multiple IP addresses. The concept behind the aggregation of flows from different sources resides on the integration of log flows from load balanced hosts or hosts in failover configuration within a single host definition. This allows also the registration of… Read More

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