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.
Note: Zenoss Core 4 Service Pack 1 is now available!
Note: Zenoss Core 4 (version 4.2.0) is now available! Click here to download and install.
Zenoss Content - Please help us expand!
Link Spam Protection - To prevent link spam, the Zenoss wiki uses a URL Whitelist. The URL Whitelist specifies all sites you are allowed to link to from this site. Linking to sites that are not listed in our URL whitelist will result in a spam protection alert when you try to save a page. If you need to link to a site that is not in our whitelist, then add the URL to Talk:URLWhitelist along with a note and we will review it for inclusion (if it's not spammy, we'll add it.) In the mean time, you can add your URL without a leading http or https.
- Zenoss on Android
- History of Zenoss Core
- Optimizing Memory Usage
- Community ZenPack Repository
- Debugging ZenModeler and ZenHub
- ZenDMD Tips
- Upgrading Zenoss
- Zenoss Core - Remote Collector Firewall Requirements
- Building Zenoss
- Using RRDPound For IO Testing
- Fixing ZODB Integrity Issues
- Removing Broken ZenPacks
- Raspberry Pi NOC Display
First, learn what a ZenPack is.
- New - From Chet - ZenPack Development Guide
This section contains information how how to get started with Zenoss development:
- Step 1: Using GitHub For Your ZenPack
- Step 2: Licensing your ZenPack
- Step 3: A ZenPack Skeleton
- Step 4: Your First ZenPack
Getting Started with MediaWiki
- Consult the User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.
- Configuration settings list
- MediaWiki FAQ
- MediaWiki release mailing list