Learn how to build a monitoring system for Ceph Storage using Zabbix, improving your visibility about your storage solution health and working proactively to identify possible failed events and performance issues before it impacts your applications and even the business continuity.
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 proxy is more than just a tool for distributed monitoring. It’s hard to run a huge Zabbix installation without proxies. So let them do the dirty job.
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.
Migration from HP OpenView to Zabbix might look challenging but is worth it due to a long list of benefits. Let’s discuss what HP OpenView is, learn some of its history, its main features, and the reason for migration, as well as discover the real migration use case showing the process in detail.
Learn how to extend Zabbix agent functionality by adding your own checks that can be both – dynamic and static.
SNMP traps report device failure very quickly, what increases server, services, and application availability. Receiving SNMP Traps in Zabbix is easy. In just a couple of minutes, your instance will be ready to receive, process and react any incoming trap.