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09. 07. 2018 Valentina Da Rold Development, NetEye

Introducing Pagination for Grafana Scripted Dashboards

The new release of NetEye 4 brings with it the Grafana scripted dashboard concept. If you have lots of metric names, it can be annoying to have to constantly create new dashboards.  But if they change in a defined pattern (e.g., new servers), you can use scripted dashboards to create those dashboards dynamically using JavaScript. … Read More

28. 06. 2018 Benjamin Gröber Development, NetEye, Uncategorized

DRBD 9 Multi-Slave Mesh Network Quickstart Guide

DRBD 9  allows configurations to have multi node replication without stacking. In this post I will briefly describe how to define a multi-node DRBD resource, and highlight the differences for pacemaker cluster integration.

13. 02. 2018 Thomas Forrer Development, Linux, NetEye, Open Source System Management Conference, Uncategorized

FOSDEM 2018

As we do every year, we participated again this year at FOSDEM, the largest conference on free and open source software in Europe.  Apart from having really nice conversations and grabbing many stickers 🙂 , we attended many very inspiring talks this year, too.

11. 09. 2017 Valentina Da Rold Development, NetEye

JavaScript Design Patterns in Icinga Web 2

Are you looking for some guidelines on how  to create new JavaScript functions in Icinga Web 2?  This article will show you the necessary structure your function should have in order to compile correctly with Icinga. If you’ve already looked at some example functions within the existing Icinga JS code, you will have noticed that… Read More

12. 06. 2017 Davide Bizzarri Development, NetEye

How to extend or modify the APIs

Introduction The NetEye APIs offer a simple way to automate and script common processes on NetEye. They expose more than 150 objects written in Perl, which can be easily used and extended. The NetEye APIs allow you to perform several actions: add/modify/remove a host, service or business process from Nagios, as well as compute the availability of… Read More

21. 12. 2016 Davide Bizzarri Development, NetEye

How to Create a GLPI Plugin

Introduction Plugins are used to extend and modify the functions of GLPI. In this tutorial, we will see how to create from scratch a GLPI plugin for cloning Computers . This tutorial presumes that you have basic knowledge of GLPI. Prerequisites GLPI <= 0.85 1. Creating a new plugin Localize the installation folder of GLPI. In our case… Read More

23. 11. 2016 Benjamin Gröber Development, NetEye

Research & Development – Insights (Part 1)

The Research and Development team (short R&D) is the largest team in the Würth Phoenix System Integration business unit. Our responsibility is to develop, maintain and deliver high quality software to our customers. We also provide second level support in cooperation with our Service & Support team. In past, the SI department was one of… Read More

15. 12. 2015 Patrick Zambelli Asset Management, Development, Log Auditing, NetEye, Real User Experience Monitoring, Release Notes, Syslog

NetEye 3.6 and RUE 1.9 Have Been Released!

Effective log auditing, meaningful reports and better integration of the single modules The new version NetEye 3.6 provides some substantial improvements, to respond to specific customer needs, as well as to satisfy the continuously growing requirements in the complex world of IT monitoring. Major investments were made in the fields of reporting and SLA measurement…. Read More

09. 02. 2011 Juergen Vigna Development

Development: Gearman and ModGearman packages

To be able to increase performance and number of possible processed Nagios checks, NetEye introduces the use of Gearman and ModGearman to schedule Nagios Service- and Host checks. ModGearman is a new way of distributing active Nagios checks across your network. It consists of two parts: The NEB module, which resides in the Nagios core,… Read More

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