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Peter Andersson
peter@it-slav.net

I've already got a female to worry about. Her name is the Enterprise.
-- Kirk, "The Corbomite Maneuver", stardate 1514.0

Op5 has written an excellent article howto monitor Esx3.x, ESXi, vSphere 4 and vCenter Server with op5 Monitor. This article is op5 Monitor centric but op5 Monitor is based on Nagios so this article can be used to implement Nagios vmware monitoring. The plugin used to gather the information is GPLd and developed by op5. […]

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09
Jun

op5 develops plugins for op5 Monitor, based on Nagios. As a courtesy to the community the plugins developed are free and can be downloaded from: http://www.op5.org/community/projects/op5-plugins The plugins is also located in a Git repository and can be checked out from: http://git.op5.org/git/

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04
Jun

It has been very interesting and two intensive days. The highlights IMHO: Tobias Oitiker gave a very good presentation about the linux kernel caching and described how it affected RRDtools. Markus Almroth, describes Sysnagios which did the opposite of most monitoring projects. Sysnagios decentralized the configuration of systems and network monitoring in a controlled way. […]

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Filled Under: english, graph, Hints, Nagios, op5

The Merlin project was initially started to create an easy way to set up distributed Nagios installations allowing Nagios processes to exchange information directly as an alternative to the standard nagios way using NSCA. When starting the Ninja project we realised that we could continue the work on Merlin and adopt the project to function […]

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30
Apr

Demo of how the Nagios based network monitoring tool op5 Monitor works and how easy it is to use. This part contains demo of the reports module and how to make SLA reports.

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Filled Under: Nagios, op5, op5 Monitor
23
Apr

A demo of the benefits with op5 Monitor and what you can monitor with this Nagios based network monitoring tool. This first part gives a short introduction and overview of the tool.

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Filled Under: Nagios, op5, op5 Monitor

I will be running a demo of op5 products at thursday April 23:th 16:00 CET. The demo is hosted by Collax a op5 partner in Germany. If you want to attend, register at: http://www.collax.com/de/ueber-collax/events-collax-live/webcast-collax-monitoring-solution.html

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29
Mar

op5 is proud to arrange Nordic Meet on Nagios 2009 June 3-4th in Stockholm. —cut’n paste— Welcome to Nordic Meet on Nagios 2009 (NMN2009) June 3-4th, the largest Nagios Meet in Scandinavia. The 2008 Meet was a great success! The event was filled to the last seat and a great atmosphere in great summer weather […]

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Today we release op5 LogServer 3.4, a minor release containing the following features and fixes. Code refactoring and bug fixes Possibility to turn on and off full text indexing Speed and robustness improvements to the query logic

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09
Mar

My manager has confirmed that I will go to GoOpen 2009 in Oslo, Norway 16-17 April op5 is a bronze sponsor and will have a booth where it will be possible to talk to me and my collegues face to face. My biggest problem is if I want to see Mamma Mia or meet Jon […]

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05
Mar

op5 has started the work on a gui that has the aim to be the preferred opensource alternative gui to Nagios!! This is something op5 wanted to do for years now and by judging of the amount of requests we get from our customers about improvements to the current gui we are not alone 🙂 […]

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23
Jan

The new features include: Support for 64bit OS op5 Monitor 4.1 will support the 64bit versions of RedHat and CentOS. New improved performance graphs The new feature provides automatic graphing for all graphable performance data (based on pnp4Nagios). This means that you will get graphs for most of your hosts and services with no effort. […]

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18
Dec

Press release: Open Source Management company op5 expands into Ireland – Partners with Irish enterprise IT solutions company SecureLinx Stockholm, the 18 December 2008 – Leading Open Source Management Company op5 partners with Irish enterprise IT solutions company SecureLinx. The new partnership is the latest move by op5 to expand its international channel business, which […]

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Filled Under: op5
16
Dec

op5 are proud to announce that op5 have released op5 Logserver 3.3.0 This is a minor upgrade. Whats new? Summary Reports Bidirectional editing of filters Hierarchical filters Configurable deafult filter per user Bugfixes Read more about it in the release-notes and changelog

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This guide is a step by step guide howto integrate op5 Monitor with op5 Logserver. Background I would like to have an alert if root has logged into my firewall. I think this is very important to know fast and where ever I am so I want a SMS sent to my cellphone. I have […]

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Cut-n-paste from http://www.op5.org/about We want to give something back to the community We have built a successful business around several opensource components, such as Nagios, RRDTool, Cacti, syslog-ng, NSClient++, Linux and several hundred GNU programs and libraries. A big thanks to all the hundreds of programmers for their efforts. Now that we have addons around […]

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Filled Under: english, Hints, Links, Nagios, op5

op5 has developed a Nagios or op5 Monitor plugin to monitor your Vmware ESX infrastructure. A new How-To at op5 Support page describe how to use it, it can be found here. The guide is op5 Monitor centric but op5 Monitor is based on Nagios so if you are used to Nagios it will probably […]

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If you are thinking about upgrading your existing Nagios system to Nagios 3, take a look at op5 Monitor. op5 Monitor is a Network Monitor System for enterprise monitoring and its based on Nagios 3. op5 have bundled Nagios with other useful opensource projects such as nagiosgraph, smstools and hypermap and then further developed missing […]

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op5 successful business model and the power of OpenSource has been noticed by a Swedish newspaper, Göteborgs posten. On the picture Johannes Dagemark, op5 CTO can be seen. The article describe how an organisation or enterprise can save money and achive higher security with OpenSource. One example is the Swedish police that estimates their savings […]

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Filled Under: op5, swedish




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