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.
Always trying to be closer to our users, we actively take part in various IT expos, conferences and meetups all over the world. Throughout the year we’ve spread Zabbix knowledge, attracted new users, met our fans, discussed the future of Zabbix with our partners and revealed tips for the best practices on managing your monitoring tasks.
Let’s have a quick overview of what we’ve experienced this year!
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!
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
For the 5th time in a row, Zabbix has participated in Interop Tokyo – the biggest network computing expo in Japan. This year, the event has welcomed around 143 000 visitors in total, breaking its own record of 140 000 attendees from the last year. An impressive and well-structured conference inspired everyone with its scale, professionalism and innovative approach.
Zabbix Japan Team introduced new appliance, revealed future plans and celebrated 5 years of steady and successful growth of Zabbix office in Tokyo. Let’s enjoy the moments we shared!
As Zabbix 3.0 is already available and its implementation is in full swing, it’s time to think what is the best way to get a productive and enlightening life with Zabbix 3.0.
Perhaps, you have already checked out Zabbix Training and Zabbix Webinars created to lighten your workload while learning to apprehend Zabbix. But there’s something you need to know before you use one of these options.
Exciting news! After a lot of hard work and hundreds of cups of coffee we’re proud to announce that the new documentation of the Zabbix API is complete. The improved API documentation provides both a high level overview of the available methods and in-depth descriptions of each method separately. Continue reading “Improved Zabbix API documentation”
We’ve recently published the documentation for some of the APIs that have been introduced in 2.0 but had not been covered in the manual at all. If you are a Zabbix expert, you’re probably already aware of their existence, but if you don’t know your way around the source code, you might have missed them. Anyway, you can now familiarize yourself with six useful APIs for maintaining your Zabbix configuration. Continue reading “Newly documented APIs”