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    • Newsletter:3/Zenoss Goes to School  + (In each newsletter we like to spotlight ZenPacks from the talented members of our community. This issue we’re expanding this feature to give some background on our featured ZenPack creator Andrew Crouthamel from Temple University AKA Crouthamela).)
    • Newsletter:7/Arduino and Zenoss  + (I’ve long been a proponent of the Arduino
      I’ve long been a proponent of the Arduino products, but have had a huge reservation. They’re a complete pain to monitor. How can you release a product that can take process data from dozens of analog, digital, serial, spi, and i2c data sources, and not monitor it? This reservation was solved about a year ago when Arduino released the Yun.
      a year ago when Arduino released the Yun.)
    • Newsletter:4/New Community Website  + (Late last year Zenoss launched a new commu
      Late last year Zenoss launched a new community site http://www.zenoss.org. This will replace our old site found at http://community.zenoss.org. This leaves the community with three websites and I wanted to take the time to outline the future for each and how they are best used.
      uture for each and how they are best used.)
    • Newsletter:1/Hacking Event Notifications  + (Meet Foo. Foo is a rickety old CentOS 5 bo
      Meet Foo. Foo is a rickety old CentOS 5 box running an Apache httpd server. That Apache server tends to crash, a lot, but given that Foo isn’t mission critical, Foo isn’t going to get time dedicated to it for several weeks to determine why Apache httpd keeps crashing. Now meet Dick, the on-call engineer who is starting to look like a zombie because of sleep deprivation. That can’t be good. Let’s try to get Dick some sleep, and prevent a zombie uprising. Maybe Zenoss can help!
      a zombie uprising. Maybe Zenoss can help!)
    • Newsletter:4/Monitor All The Apache Virtualhosts  + (Monitoring virtualhosts on the same IP in Apache isn't obvious, we'll show you how to do it right!)
    • Newsletter:8/Zenoss 5 Performance Data  + (Perhaps the most visibly new feature in Ze
      Perhaps the most visibly new feature in Zenoss 5 is the new graphing system. You’ll immediately notice that graphs are slicker and shinier than RRDtool, rendered in HTML5, and interactive to boot. That would be enough of a reason to migrate, but the real difference is invisible, hiding under the hood.
      rence is invisible, hiding under the hood.)
    • Newsletter:1/Cisco Devices Interview  + (Recently, I sat down for an interview with
      Recently, I sat down for an interview with Chet Luther. For those who don't know him, Chet Luther is a Principal Engineer at Zenoss, and has been with Zenoss for 6 years. He's the author of the Cisco Devices Commercial ZenPack, and in this article, we talk to him about this ZenPack and what it offers.
      him about this ZenPack and what it offers.)
    • Newsletter:5/Encrypt All the Bits!  + (Set up Nginx as a Zenoss HTTPS Proxy, and monitor it!)
    • Event Enrichment  + (The Event Enrichment Platform (EEP) helps
      The Event Enrichment Platform (EEP) helps Operations teams accelerate downtime resolution by eliminating noise and improving access to remediation information. With EEP, you can normalize events you care about into a common event format, and provides our users with easy ways to classify, suppress, and enrich their alerts.
      assify, suppress, and enrich their alerts.)
    • Newsletter:2/The Server is Down but Google Where is the Server  + (The Google Maps Portlet (GMP) has been a part of Zenoss Core for over six years, and amazingly no other open-source monitoring tool offers anything like it.)
    • Community Spotlight: Jane Curry and the Juniper Routers/Firewalls/Switches ZenPack  + (The Juniper Routers/Firewalls/Switches Com
      The Juniper Routers/Firewalls/Switches Community ZenPack is authored and maintained by Jane Curry, Zenoss Master. This article provides additional information about the Juniper Routers/Firewalls/Switches Community ZenPack and how you can use this ZenPack to monitor your various Juniper devices.
      k to monitor your various Juniper devices.)
    • Newsletter 5:The Zenoss Core 5 Beta 1 release is now available  + (The trek to Zenoss Core 5 general availability continues! Read on to learn about the new features included in the the Zenoss Core 5 Beta 1 release and how you can pocket an Amazon gift card just by being one of our early testers!)
    • Troubleshooting Zenoss PosKey Errors  + (This article provides some guidance around troubleshooting PosKey Errors. It includes information about how you can use Zenoss Knowledge Base (KB) articles to help resolve POSKey errors, as well as other errors you may encounter while working with Zenoss.)
    • Newsletter:2/Get Out of the Office Early and Drink More Beer With These new Community ZenPacks  + (This month we are showcasing three ZenPacks developed by Zenoss principal engineer Chet Luther and two more developed by Shane Scott, a Zenoss Master and global DC infrastructure Zenoss architect at Rackspace.)
    • Newsletter:2/Event Transforms More Than Meets The Eye  + (Transforms allow an event to be manipulate
      Transforms allow an event to be manipulated, to achieve a desired result. In layman's terms this means that if an event matches the criteria specified, the preset “manipulation” will be applied. The definition of a transform, directly from the Zenoss Core Administration PDF, “Transform - Takes Python code that will be executed on the event only if it matches this mapping.”
      he event only if it matches this mapping.”)
    • Newsletter:3/As The Community Turns  + (Updates on what happened in the community during the fourth quarter because we knew you were going to ask.)
    • What's New At Zenoss in Q4 2014?  + (With new articles on OpenStack, GalaxZ (our user conference), Windows, Layer 2, and Big Data Zenpacks, the Zenoss Blog is a constant source of updates with new information for the Community. Here's what you might have missed during Q3.)
    • Whats New At Zenoss in Q4 2014  + (With new articles on OpenStack, GalaxZ (our user conference), Windows, Layer 2, and Big Data Zenpacks, the Zenoss Blog is a constant source of updates with new information for the Community. Here's what you might have missed during Q3.)
    • Newsletter:5/Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes  + (You’ve finished the install script and you have a Zenoss installation that works… or do you? How do you prove it? How do you know it’s doing everything you ever wanted it to do?)
    • Newsletter:2/How to find that ZenPack you never knew you always wanted  + (Zenoss Core has over 350 ZenPacks, with more being uploaded all the time. This extensibility is one of many reasons why Zenoss Core is the best open-source monitoring tool out there.)
    • Newsletter:8/Making Docker more Versatile with Zenoss Control Center  + (Zenoss has released our open source Contro
      Zenoss has released our open source Control Center product that will change how you think about Docker, both in terms of deploying and monitoring the applications. In this article we’ll start with a simple ElasticSearch Dockerfile, explain how Control Center takes Docker to the limit, and create a Control Center service template. With your new template, and Control Center, you can leverage nearly unlimited power and control of your applications.
      ed power and control of your applications.)
    • Newsletter:5/And Our Newest Zenmaster Is...  + (Zenoss is pleased to announce the revival or our Zenoss Masters program, and also very pleased to introduce you to our newest Zenoss Master.)
    • Newsletter:5/And Our Newest Zenmaster Is  + (Zenoss is pleased to announce the revival of our Zenoss Masters program, and also very pleased to introduce you to our newest Zenoss Master.)
    • Newsletter:7/Announcing Our Newest Zenoss Master  + (Zenoss is very pleased to introduce you to our newest Zenoss Master.)
    • Introducing Our Newest Zenoss Master  + (Zenoss is very pleased to introduce you to our newest Zenoss Master.)