Zabbix 1. Rihards Olups. This is a hand-on step-by-step book in a tutorial style. All configuration steps that are required to reach goals are explained in detail that should leave no reader stuck. Exact commands are provided for setting up and testing the configuration and screenshots of the user interface allow you to be sure that you are using the correct interface section.

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Zabbix is a very flexible IT monitoring suite, but not every part of it is immediately clear to new users. Following the instructions in this book should allow you to set up monitoring of various metrics on various devices, including Linux and Windows machines, SNMP devices, IPMI enabled server,s and other network attached equipment.

You will learn to define conditions — such a temperature being too high or service being down — and act upon them by notifying user by email, SMS, or even restarting service.

You will learn to visualize the gathered data with graphs and the various tips and tricks that are provided will help to use Zabbix more efficiently and avoid common pitfalls. Total books Zabbix 1. Book Summary Additional Information Zabbix is a very flexible IT monitoring suite, but not every part of it is immediately clear to new users. Effective Monitoring and Alerting. Icinga Network Monitoring. Monitoring with Ganglia. Zenoss Core 3. Monitoring with Opsview. Zenoss Core Network and System Monitoring.

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Zabbix 1.8 Network Monitoring

JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. For the best experience on our site, be sure to turn on Javascript in your browser. Imagine you're celebrating the start of the weekend with Friday-night drinks with a few friends. And then suddenly your phone rings -- one of the servers you administer has gone down, and it needs to be back up before tomorrow morning. So you drag yourself back to the office, only to discover that some log files have been growing more than usual over the past few weeks and have filled up the hard drive. While the scenario above is very simplistic, something similar has happened to most IT workers at one or another point in their careers. To avoid such situations this book will teach you to monitor your network hardware, servers, and web performance using Zabbix- an open source system monitoring and reporting solution.


Review: Zabbix 1.8 Network Monitoring

More than a year in making, Zabbix 1. You can introduce yourself to the changes for this new version of Zabbix in the following section. With so many changes it is impossible to pick 3 most notable ones - which is attempted below. For this reason, it is suggested to read on, as some generally minor feature might be very important to you. Zabbix web frontend is the feature that sets it apart from other solutions. Powerful, yet easy to use official GUI is shipped with the default package.


Become a full participant in the LinuxSecurity. Zabbix is a modern network monitoring and alerting tool that provides an administrator with the ability to create events for changes in the status of services such as DNS or HTTP, as well as local events like a disk failure. Before getting started implementing Zabbix, it's recommended that the administrator begin with a current installation of their favorite Linux distribution, with all updates applied, and services including MySQL, net-snmp, sufficient disk space and memory, perl and PHP, a working email system, and sufficient knowledge of how to use the Linux command-line for managing processes and editing configuration files. Olups starts chapter one with basic set-up information, including how to install Zabbix, a general overview of the features, a discussion of the Zabbix terms including "Zabbix server" and "Zabbix Database", and "agents", which are installed on the remote server that is to be monitored by the Zabbix server. Installation and setup is a pretty involved process that includes creating a database, adding users, adjusting the host security settings, installing packages or compiling the source code, and creating numerous Zabbix configuration files. Olups does a good job of outlining this process, but a moderate amount of Linux administration knowledge would also be necessary. Once the system is set up and running, a web front-end is used to ease the process of adding new hosts and services to be monitored.


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