How to write a webhook for Zabbix

As you know, a picture is worth a thousand words. Therefore, I would like to share the process of creating a webhook from scratch. In this article, we will walk through the creation process step by step – starting with studying the target service with which Zabbix will integrate and finishing with tests for sending events from Zabbix. Although it may seem complicated, writing your own integrations is not so difficult.

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Monitoring Kubernetes with Zabbix

There are many options available for monitoring Kubernetes and cloud-native applications. In this multi-part blog series, we’ll explore how to use Zabbix to monitor a Kubernetes cluster and understand the metrics generated within Zabbix. We’ll also learn how to exploit Prometheus endpoints exposed by applications to monitor application-specific metrics.

Want to see Kubernetes monitoring in action? Watch the step-by-step Zabbix Kubernetes monitoring configuration and deployment guide.

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Deep dive into Zabbix Frontend Modules

Zabbix gives every community member the ability to extend their frontend functionality by writing their own frontend modules. In this video, we will go through the steps required to write a Zabbix frontend module and look at multiple code examples that will explain the steps behind successfully implementing a custom frontend module. The article is based on a Zabbix Summit 2022 speech by Evgeny Yurchenko.

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