Zabbix proxies allow you to monitor a remote location, a DMZ, and even use cases as using proxies to ‘convert’ passive checks into active or move some load from your Zabbix server towards the proxies is a common solution.
Zabbix chief trainer – Kaspars Mednis – is working on new training program development, teaching hundreds of students a year, and practicing Zabbix all ways around.
We wanted to find out Kaspars professional advice on mastering Zabbix and asked to reveal the topic he will speak about on Zabbix Summit Online 2020.
Zabbix Summit 2020 is around the corner, and we are starting the blog series to introduce you with the great minds that will be speaking at the event. Please meet the first speaker – our experienced trainer and acknowledged technical guru, an online meetup star, and the host of Zabbix Summit already for the second time in a row – Arturs Lontons.
Being on duty in a 24×7 IT team might not be fun. Planning duty schedules in Excel, having a shared on-call phone, or searching relevant information in a sea of emails makes it even worse. There is a better way. Integrating the lightweight alerting app SIGNL4 with Zabbix makes the life of an on-call engineer easier, and it allows the IT manager to see what’s going on at any time.
Zabbix Summit is the only place to hear notable use cases of Zabbix and deep dive in technical solutions presented by worldwide Zabbix experts. Nine years in a row, we did our best in organizing the event, which gathered hundreds of visitors from tens of countries. This year, we are adopting the new rules and are switching to the online format.
Opensource ICT Solutions designed a Python and Bash script for Zabbix that makes it possible parse SNMP traps to Zabbix without the use of net-snmp-perl. Read more and learn how to set up the scripts in this post.
It’s easy to miss critical messages when you get tons of them every day from various platforms. The out-of-the-box Zabbix monitoring and alerting functionality makes it possible to focus on the most important alerts. Learn the best practices on how to set and use Zabbix notifications.
Remote commands are powerful yet underestimated feature of Zabbix to react on trigger-based events and fix basic issues automatically. However, they require a specific and complex setup to be used in a real-world environment.
Learn how to use Zabbix actions and remote commands in a productive environment and how to make your setup simple and robust.
After completing several stages to strengthen security procedures, Zabbix proudly announces that it has joined the CVE Program to assign CVE IDs to vulnerabilities affecting Zabbix products and projects.