Team Icinga is going to Amsterdam next week – join us at Icinga Camp Amsterdam on 28.6.2016 and DevOpsDays Amsterdam from 29.6.-1.7.2016!
Icinga Camp Amsterdam
A full day of monitoring madness – getting started with Icinga monitoring, Icinga project updates and hands-on with Icinga Web 2. Diving further into beautiful graphs with Graphite and Grafana and Icinga 2 API for managing your monitoring stack. Automation and configuration management with Puppet and Ansible is also covered during the camp talks. And keep your fingers crossed – Tom will talk about the Icinga Director providing latest insights into the upcoming 1.1.0 release.
Register now if you haven’t done so already!
We’ll be having our Icinga 2 Workshop on 29.6.2016 on the first day of DevOpsDays Amsterdam. Basic installation of Icinga 2 and Icinga Web 2 diving deeper in fancy dashboards, configuration hands-on and the Icinga 2 API. Join us there – we’re also sponsoring the event, just look for the guys wearing the Icinga logo!
See you in Amsterdam 🙂
The next months are fully packed with events and we want to share the most important news and facts with you.
Team Icinga will visit the CeBIT in Hanover. CeBIT takes place from the 16th – 20th of March and our booth is located in hall 6, booth H16. More about CeBIT on our event site.
Camps, Camps, Camps
All started with San Francisco last year and thanks to our friends around the world we are able to come up with more Icinga Camps around the globe. We hope there is a Camp near you and we are working on new Camps for 2016.
For this year the following locations are confirmed:
From the 13th – 15th of March there will be FOSSASIA in Singapore and Team Icinga will join the international conference with over 700 attendees. With the help of OlinData and the FOSSASIA Team we are able to provide a half day Icinga Workshop on the 12th of March. You can register now for that unique opportunity in Asia.
Many thanks to all the people out there helping Icinga around the globe!
Sound’s weird, but it is not. This year’s workshop of the German Nagios community took place in Nuremberg.
Beside a lot of other interesting projects around Nagios, the Icinga team had a chance to share our latest developments. Starting with a short status update of all project parts it was also a chance to give the audience a first impression of the upcoming reporting implementation.
Icinga Reporting is based on the IDO backend and just like the core, it will support all major database platforms. You can download all templates and the actual servlet implementation in our Git.
There was a lot of positive feedback and also a lot of ideas for the coming months until our final release in October. You can download the presentation here. Enjoy!