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02. 11. 2020 TobiasGoller Unified Monitoring

Tornado Use Case: Receiving Traps

During one of my last customer assignments, I migrated the NetEye Event Handler Trap rules to Tornado. Since many customers use the event handler in a similar way, I’d like to explain here the creation of these rules in Tornado. In the following I’ll briefly explain the following use case: Passive service checks have been…

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26. 09. 2017 Patrick Zambelli NetEye, Predictive Analysis, Unified Monitoring

Hyper-V monitoring: Here’s some tips!

Network traffic monitoring is traditionally based on SNMP queries. This protocol generates statistics on the transmission of data across one or more network interfaces. While network device queries still run through SNMP, using Microsoft Hyper-V monitoring requires the adoption of other approaches. One of the reasons is the network connection configuration itself: for example, many…

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04. 05. 2017 Matteo Baruchello NetEye, Unified Monitoring

SNMP – Agentless Monitoring

In this article, I am going to explain how to implement a monitoring on your system, using an agentless solution (without Nagios’ nrpe agents), and I will underline some advantages of this useful solution. The target machine will be Linux or Unix Operating Systems. The need can arise from the fact that some of the…

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12. 03. 2014 Arianna Cunaccia Events, NetEye, Real User Experience, Service Management

Open Source System Management: the workshops

Would you like to understand the potential of the ITIL processes implemented with EriZone/OTRS ? Or do you want to deepen your knowledge in the End User Experience monitoring? Or are you curious to know what will be the future development of Nagios as an open project ? On April 11th, at the Würth Phoenix…

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