Zenoss Community Day will provide free network monitoring training during the Southern California Linux Conference (SCALE 8x) on Friday, February 19th at the Westin LAX. Attendees will learn how to manage their complete physical and virtual infrastructure
Zenoss Inc., corporate sponsor of the award winning open source IT monitoring and management solution Zenoss Core, will be demonstrating how to monitor IT infrastructure with the company’s free and open source tools at the 11th Annual Linux and Grassroots Open Source Festival, Linuxfest Northwest (LFNW), on April 24th and 25th in Bellingham, Wash.
Zenoss Inc., corporate sponsor of the award winning open source IT monitoring and management solution Zenoss Core, today announced the general availability of Zenoss Core version 2.5.2 under the GNU General Public License (V2). As part of this release, Zenoss Core now offers new monitoring capabilities for the Xen Hypervisor via the Zenoss Xen monitoring plug-in, or Xen Virtual Hosts ZenPack.
Zenoss is an open source agentless monitoring tool. The main advantage of zenoss is that you don’t need to install any software on the client side for monitoring. Zenoss has the following two versions: Zenoss Core (this is free) Zenoss Enterprise. This is also called as Zenoss Resource Manager, which is a paid version.
Enterprise Networking Planet: "Open source network monitoring and management vendor Zenoss is out this week with a new version of its commercial Zenoss Enterprise platform. Zenoss Enterprise 3 is built on an open core model, with the core product based on the Zenoss Core open source project and including some proprietary bits on top."
The Zenoss Core project, a leading open source IT monitoring and management solution today announced the general availability of Zenoss Core version 2.5.1 under the GNU General Public License (V2) is now available as a free and open source solution for the Microsoft Windows operating system.
Zenoss Inc., the corporate sponsor of Zenoss Core, today announced the general availability of Zenoss Core 3.0 under the GNU General Public License (V2). Fueled by the 85,000-member Zenoss community, the newest release features an updated user interface to improve usability giving users a complete view of all IT infrastructure -- physical, virtual and cloud computing.
Zenoss Core has lot of daemons that can be used for various purpose. While you might not use all of the daemons in your Zenoss environment, it is still essential for you to understand all available zenoss daemons, which you can use to solve a specific enterprise monitoring requirement.