Blog Entries

28. 04. 2015 TobiasGoller NetEye, Uncategorized

How to monitor a Windows 2012 Cluster?

With the introduction of PowerShell there have been opened a lot of doors for a useful Windows monitoring.

21. 04. 2015 NetEye Blog Admin EriZone & OTRS, NetEye

The OSSMC 2015

A big thank you to all participants, speakers, sponsors and all those who contributed to the organization of the OSSMC 2015. Hope to see you soon again!

20. 04. 2015 Patrick Zambelli Asset Management, NetEye, Uncategorized

GLPI Plugin UPDATE: Automatic Recognition of network devices and their modules

There are some important new features available regarding the GLPI Plugin about which I wrote in my earlier article Automatic Recognition: Network Devices and their Modules. As described in that post, the GLPI Plugin, which is available since version 3.5 of NetEye, permits the automatic recognition and administration of all your network devices. The plugin… Read More

17. 04. 2015 NetEye Blog Admin Open Source System Management Conference, Uncategorized

First impressions of the OSSMC 2015

For all those who were there or followed the event via live-stream – we hope you enjoyed yesterday’s conference. We put together some first pictures! The video archive with each single presentation will follow soon!A big Thank You also to our sponsors, who supported our event!

09. 04. 2015 Thomas Forrer NetEye, NetEye Updates

Updated package neteye-eventhandler-1.3.6-1

changelog: API: add possibility for custom Actions API: custom Nagios livestatus socket Added /var/log/neteye/eventhandler-web.log in order to debug testing in webui EventConsole Action: increase “set severity minutes” attribute max value to 60 * 24 * 365 increase “autoclose cycles” attribute max value to 1000 fix bug in EventConsole Action that prevented correct inserting of events… Read More