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Today we would like to present Shawn Cai, a DevOps Team Manager of China Merchants Bank. At the Summit, he will focus on full-stack monitoring in DevOps environment via Zabbix.
Continue reading “Introducing Speakers of Zabbix Summit 2018, part 3”
Little over a month is left until we will meet you at the biggest Zabbix event – Zabbix Summit 2018.
This year we have put together a very diverse agenda, and with only 2 weeks left to register, we encourage you to get acquainted with our speakers to find out about their speeches and ideas, and decide on why you really should join the Zabbix Summit this year.
Today we would like to present Wolfgang Alper, a true Zabbix expert and CEO at IntelliTrend GmbH. At the Zabbix Summit, Wolfgang will talk about Zabbix power in the field of IoT.
Continue reading “Introducing Speakers of Zabbix Summit 2018, part 2”
In a month and a half we will meet you at the biggest Zabbix event, happening for the 8th year in a row, and from now on called – Zabbix Summit 2018.
You will witness practical examples of what Zabbix is capable of, gain hands-on experience through workshops run by the Zabbix Team, and have a chance to get Zabbix certified. Only 4 weeks left to register!
To give you a small preview on the agenda that awaits you, we are offering you insights in the minds of people stepping on the stage of our event and sharing their vision, experience and knowledge.
Today we would like to present Lukas Macura, a Network and Cyber Security Expert and Open-Source “extremist”, as he calls himself. He is a CTO at the Foresight CyberTM, where Zabbix is an integral part of the company’s internally built Foresight Cyber Platform, delivering cyber security managed services to company’s clients.
Continue reading “Introducing Speakers of Zabbix Summit 2018, part 1”
Once upon a time somebody said: “Let there be light!”, and our first Z Meetup was born. We took some time off from the enterprise-level challenges and tried to figure out more crucial things like Chinese or Italian food? Pink or blue light? Cats or dogs? In the end it turned out to be Chinese, pink and cats. We like feeling at home, so we made ourselves comfortable next to the red carpet (you see, we love red things – carpets, apples and hats) and were ready.
Ready to explore, dive into the ocean of shared knowledge, and we proved our own hypothesis by taking very consistent, deliberate, subjective and beer-secured steps – not only dogs, but also we are smarter than we thought (as to the dogs we recommend a book by Stanley Coren “The Intelligence for Dogs”, as to Zabbix we recommend any of the books here).
Continue reading “Z Meetup/MeatUp #1. Genesis.”
Day 2 of Zabbix Conference 2017 started with hands-on Workshops run by Zabbix Support Team, with some of the conference attendees also testing their knowledge and challenging themselves at the Zabbix Exam.
We have already started to immerse you into the Conference with our previous blog post, putting in the spotlight the speeches of Day 1. So let’s continue with the highlights of Day 2!
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Breaking all the records this year, the 7th annual Zabbix Conference welcomed in Riga around 250 system engineers, cloud specialists, DevOps and CTOs from 32 countries all around the globe.
Two days of powerful speeches, striking ideas, case studies, workshops and advanced solutions. Zabbix Conference 2017 has featured interesting cases of Zabbix integration, examples of what Zabbix is capable of within an infrastructure, great input from Zabbix community as well as new ideas
Let’s see what we have experienced on Day 1:
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Zabbix Conference 2015 was a great event with a very busy agenda, plenty of presentations, discussions and meetings. And hard work should always be rewarded! This year was no exception, so we threw in our Zabbix official party, which all attendees were invited to join.
Just because we’re partying, however, doesn’t mean we can’t do something special.
Continue reading “Who Says You Can’t Do Great Work While Partying?”
Zabbix frontend is translated in many languages. For some, the coverage is great – 2.0.7 has been 100% translated in 9 languages. For some other translations the coverage is not that great… In preparation for Zabbix 2.2, there is a plan to remove translations below some threshold.
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Creating complex maps is a time-consuming job. Actually, even designing a rather small map of 25 elements can take you an hour. That’s time you rather want to spend on something useful or fun, unless you’ve got a fetish for repetitive work. All we need to automate this task, is a network/graph library like Networkx and the Zabbix API.
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The Zabbix 2.0 translation team has done a great job, but there’s something else coming closer… no promises, but Zabbix 2.2 will come out one day 🙂
With lots of new features and improvements, translatable strings have changed significantly, too. Even for languages that are in great shape in 2.0, things don’t look that great in 2.2 – yet.
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