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26. 02. 2014 MarinovMihail EriZone & OTRS

Incident Management with EriZone/OTRS

Incident Management Process in accordance with ITIL® v3 deals with  restoring unexpectedly degraded or disrupted services (incidents) to users as quickly as possible, in order to minimize business impact. EriZone, based on OTRS, is ITIL compliant and supports fully the Incident Management process. An incident can be registered by the customers using the Self Service portal,… Read More

26. 02. 2014 Thomas Forrer NetEye, NetEye Updates

Updated package neteye-syslogview-search-1.2.14-1

ChangeLog: – added templates for Safed v 1.6.8 (matching usernames with spaces)

24. 02. 2014 Juergen Vigna NetEye, NetEye Updates

Updated neteye-plugins package to version 1.8.0.-1

The NetEye Plugins packages has been updated with this fixes and enhancements: – Small fixes for check_snmp_env.pl foundry type – Added new plugin check_linux_memory.sh for checking linux physical memory – Added new plugin check_3par for checking HP 3PAR Storages over ssh – Added new plugin check_alternative_cmd.sh (check 2 commands and AND,OR,XOR the output) – Added… Read More

24. 02. 2014 Juergen Vigna NetEye, NetEye Updates

Updated version for neteye-monarch package version 3.5.8-1

The NetEye Monarch (Nagios Config Tool) has been updated with the following bug fixes: – Fix View of files in Export function – Fix Groups permission in User_Groups Permissions

22. 02. 2014 NetEye Blog Admin Uncategorized

Former Nagios Core developer Andreas Ericcson at the OSSMC 2014

No “magic” and no bloat: Created by Ethan Galstad and still the most popular Open Source network monitoring tool according to the number of downloads Nagios convinced SysAdmins above all due to its stability, low complexity, high performance and  its efficient and reusable algorithms. The former Core Developer Andreas Ericsson – estimated 90% of the… Read More

17. 02. 2014 NetEye Blog Admin NetEye

New NetEye training, 25th to the 27th of March

After the positive feedback of the last editions Würth Phoenix organizes new NetEye training sessions to gain a thorough grounding in the solution itself and hands on experience working through practical exercises. In addition to covering basics such as configuration and daily usage, the course delivers a broad know-how in using System, Application and Network Monitoring, Network Discovery, the Monitoring with… Read More

07. 02. 2014 Thomas Forrer NetEye, NetEye Updates

Updated package neteye-configtool-2.0.30-1

ChangeLog: – added following chars to allowed chars for local usernames: “.”,”-“,”_”.

05. 02. 2014 NetEye Blog Admin NetEye

Georg presenting Al´exa at the CeBIT – free livestream right here

Al’exa will be among the topics presented at the Open Source speakers forum at this year´s CeBIT. Georg will highlight the main features on Wednesday the 12th of March starting at 11.30 AM. Al´exa is an Open Source module for Python, designed to emulate the end-user experience. It provides capabilities to automate and test graphical user interfaces using… Read More

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