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Get on the UserMap!

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See our full-size Usermap and find out how to become part of the Zenoss Universe!


Getting Help

Zenoss is Open Source Software, so like other open source software there's plenty of ways to get help.

Guidelines
ESR's Smart Questions Guide, if followed, will help you provide all the information that we need to answer your question without a lot of back-and-forth. If you need an answer quickly, please follow the guide.
IRC Channel
#zenoss on irc.freenode.net. Currently we have slightly over 100 users, answers occasionally take some time but someone is usually awake if the sun is up over the US or Europe.
Forums
Our forums are available both to search if you're having an issue, or to ask questions and post issues to. There's also a Zenoss-Announce group with announcements and information about Zenoss events and news.
I found a bug
Zenoss uses JIRA to track bugs. Create an account and file a bug, or browse reported bugs. Bug FAQ
I want to follow you on Twitter
Sure, Remember, Twitter isn't a support forum, so we can't answer questions there! If you still want to follow us, we're @Zenoss on Twitter.
What about documentation?
You're already here, welcome! If you're getting started, you might specifically look at how to Add a Device, part of our new tutorial-style User Guide that we are creating on the wiki. We also have our PDF documentation available.

What is Zenoss?

Zenoss Core is award-winning Open Source IT monitoring software that offers visibility over the entire IT stack, from network devices to applications. Features include automatic discovery, inventory via CMDB, availability monitoring, easy-to-read performance graphs, sophisticated alerting, an easy-to-use web portal, and much, much more. It is Free Software, released under the GNU General Public License version 2. Zenoss has a very active community.

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Download and Install

Ready to use Zenoss? Download and Install Zenoss Core 4.2.5, released on April 24, 2014.

Zenoss Documentation (Administration Guide)

If you need help getting started with using Zenoss, download the Zenoss Admin Guide.

What's New

Bulbgraph.png Note: July 1, 2014: The Zenoss Core 5 Beta 1 technology preview release is now available! Learn more about the Zenoss Core 5 Beta 1 release, and download it. The first 10 users to download the Zenoss Core 5 - Beta 1 release and complete an online user experience survey will receive a Amazon Gift card!

Bulbgraph.png Note: April 19, 2014: A CRITICAL Nagios NRPE flaw has been discovered which allows arbitrary code to be run without authorization on remote machines running NRPE without a firewall. It is strongly suggested that you patch Nagios immediately, with, say, Zenoss. [1]

Bulbgraph.png Note: April 7, 2014: A CRITICAL OpenSSL vulnerability was announced. Please immediately patch servers running Zenoss with the operating system's patch tool, and any other systems running OpenSSL. There is no need to patch Zenoss itself. This vulnerability could allow an attacker to access sensitive information transmitted via SSH and other protocols utilizing SSL.

Bulbgraph.png Note: April 6, 2014: Andrew Kirch, the Zenoss Community Manager will begin holding weekly meetings in #zenoss on Freenode to cover community related issues. For more, please check out the blog article

Get Started

Andrew Kirch (Community Manager at Zenoss) walks you through the process of adding a device to Zenoss. These videos are part of our new User Guide which will help you to master Zenoss concepts easily and efficiently.

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