Monthly Archives: November 2010

Zabbix Source Code Trivia

The development of a monitoring solution, now called Zabbix, started way back in 1999. From the functional perspective, Zabbix is much more capable now than it was 11 years ago. However, is it possible that some of this functionality is … Continue reading

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Looking Back at T-DOSE 2010

The opensource conference T-DOSE in Eindhoven, Netherlands took place a bit more than a week ago. It provided good coverage of different subjects, including KVM, Devops, Open GIS, puppet and lots more. And, of course, Zabbix.

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Zabbix Web Monitoring in 20 Steps

Zabbix has built-in web monitoring, which provides scenario support – user workflow emulation on the webpage. There are also some neat predefined graphs on the scenario level. Dedicated Zabbix translator zalex_ua has shared some of these predefined graphs… from scenario … Continue reading

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Are We Popular or What?

For a long time Zabbix has gone largely unnoticed in the world of monitoring systems. Despite being around for almost 10 years and having several unique features for the time (and still today) like Zabbix proxy, it was not something … Continue reading

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10 Year Anniversary and Zabbix Conference

It’s been a while since the first public release of Zabbix – almost 10 years. That’s something worth celebrating, right? There also could be some event where Zabbix users could share their experiences, meet the developers and gain new knowledge … Continue reading

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