Patrik Uytterhoeven is an opensource minded consultant working for Open-Future – one of the oldest Zabbix partners. Patrik is a certified Zabbix trainer and also the author of the Zabbix Cookbook and co-author of the Zabbix 4 network monitoring book. At Zabbix Conference Benelux 2020 he will speak about upgrading Zabbix and migrating from PostgreSQL table partitioning to PostgreSQL with TimescaleDB.
Frank Klaassen is a Senior DevOps Engineer with a broad range of experience and interests. Monitoring plays an integral part in his career – he has been working with Zabbix since 2008 and either introduced or improved the usage of Zabbix at all companies he has worked for. At Zabbix Conference Benelux 2020 Frank will talk about the discovery functionality of Zabbix to make configuration of environments easier and less time-consuming.
Zabbix Conference China 2019 took place on November 29-30 in Beijing with a mission to make the shared knowledge of Zabbix available for all Chinese community users.
Zabbix Meetups connect the community and help to share monitoring experience between active and experienced users. Let’s see why and how to organize Zabbix meetups on your own.
Now, at the end of the year, when it’s time to sum up the results, we want to step back and recap the things done, to celebrate the achievements, and thank everyone who shared 2019 with Zabbix.
Zabbix is not only the ultimate monitoring solution that is being downloaded for millions of times every year. Zabbix is also a company that provides a wide range of professional services and technical support for those who work with Zabbix every day.
Zabbix Technical Support always seemed to be perfect – Enterprise level covered everything a large business required. But our customers asked for more – for one whole set of services, suitable for companies with branches and offices all around the Globe. So we have met the demand.
Zabbix premier event of the year – Zabbix Summit 2019 was held on October 11-12. Hundreds of Zabbix users and fans came to Riga from almost 50 countries to spend a few days together, learn and get inspired by each other.
The Bodleian Library is one of the oldest libraries in Europe, and in Britain, it is second in size only to the British Library. First opened to scholars in 1602, it incorporates an earlier library built by the University in the 15th century to house books donated by Humfrey, Duke of Gloucester. Since 1602 it has expanded, slowly at first but with increasing momentum over the last 150 years, to keep pace with the ever-growing accumulation of books, papers, and other materials, but the core of the old buildings has remained intact. Together, the Bodleian Libraries hold over 13 million printed items.
The Bodleian Digital Library System and Services (BDLSS) department have used Zabbix since 2015 for monitoring infrastructure which consists of over 350 virtual servers, multiple storage systems, and two tape robot libraries.
The Clarendon Building, Oxford, United Kingdom
Julio Cesar Hegedus is currently responsible for a project to build a large Zabbix environment that supports multi-site fail-over. At Zabbix Summit 2019 he will focus on the lessons learned with Zabbix, sharing positive and negative aspects.
Being an experienced Zabbix expert, Wolfgang Alper has implemented a variety of creative projects. At this year’s Summit, his presentation will reveal how “Deutsche Telekom Technik GmbH” integrated lots of Zabbix-Server instances into their existing IBM NetCool ticket system. The main goal was to reuse the entire existing infrastructure and the attached business processes to work with alarms created by Zabbix.
We have asked Wolfgang a few questions about creativity while working with Zabbix.