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== <span style="color:darkred">Warning</span> ==
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<span style="color:darkred">The ZenPack Catalog has moved to its new home at https://www.zenoss.com/product/zenpacks as of January 17, 2017. The following information may be out of date, and this page will eventually be removed.</span>
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A ZenPack is a plug-in or extension to Zenoss. Typically, ZenPacks add the ability to monitor new types of devices, but can also be used to add new capabilities to the software itself, add new reports, etc. The extensibility available via ZenPacks is a critical part of Zenoss, as datacenters have lots of different types of hardware and software (such as cloud services) that need to be monitored, and ZenPacks allow you to monitor everything!
 
A ZenPack is a plug-in or extension to Zenoss. Typically, ZenPacks add the ability to monitor new types of devices, but can also be used to add new capabilities to the software itself, add new reports, etc. The extensibility available via ZenPacks is a critical part of Zenoss, as datacenters have lots of different types of hardware and software (such as cloud services) that need to be monitored, and ZenPacks allow you to monitor everything!
  
There are hundreds of ZenPacks available, some developed, supported, and maintained by Zenoss, and many others that are developed and maintained by the Zenoss user community. You are probably looking for one these three kinds of ZenPacks:
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There are hundreds of ZenPacks available, some developed, supported, and maintained by Zenoss, and many others that are developed and maintained by the Zenoss user community. You are probably looking for one these three kinds of ZenPacks:
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; <span style="font-size:125%">[[All ZenPacks]]</span>
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: This is the complete list of published ZenPacks. Some are by Zenoss, some are by the community; some are free, and some are not.
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; [[Free Zenoss ZenPacks]]: These are ZenPacks developed by Zenoss, Inc. which are open source and freely available. This is the place to look for official ZenPacks if you're a Zenoss Core user.
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; <span style="font-size:125%">[[ZenPacks by Zenoss]]</span>
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: ZenPacks developed and supported by Zenoss, Inc. This is the place to look for official ZenPacks if you are a Zenoss customer.
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:* '''[[Free ZenPacks by Zenoss]]''': ZenPacks developed by Zenoss, Inc. which are open source and freely available.
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:* '''[[Commercial ZenPacks by Zenoss]]''': ZenPacks developed by Zenoss Inc. which are closed source, and require a license to access.
  
; [[Commercial ZenPacks]]: These are ZenPacks developed by Zenoss Inc. which are closed source, and require a commercial license to access.  Each ZenPack has a link in the gold box to request additional information on obtaining these ZenPacks.
 
  
; [[Community ZenPacks]]: These are Open Source ZenPacks that have been developed by our user community, and can be downloaded and installed for free. These ZenPacks are built using an auto-build system which makes .egg files available to you for download. Unless otherwise noted, a ZenPack in this catalog is a community ZenPack.
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; <span style="font-size:125%">[[Community ZenPacks]]</span>
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: These are Open Source ZenPacks that have been developed by our user community, and can be downloaded and installed for free.
  
; [[All ZenPacks]]: This is the complete list of published ZenPacks.
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<span style="font-size:100%">Try [http://monitoringartist.github.io/zenoss-searcher/ Fancy Zenoss ZenPack Searcher]</span>
  
 
== Other Views ==
 
== Other Views ==
 
Here are some other ways to look at available ZenPacks.
 
Here are some other ways to look at available ZenPacks.
 
* [http://wiki.zenoss.org/index.php?title=Special:RecentChanges&days=30&from=&namespace=500 New or updated in the last 30 days]
 
* [http://wiki.zenoss.org/index.php?title=Special:RecentChanges&days=30&from=&namespace=500 New or updated in the last 30 days]
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* [http://wiki.zenoss.org/index.php?title=Special:RecentChanges&days=300&from=&namespace=500 New or updated in the last 300 days]
 
* [[ZenPacks by Device Manufacturer|By Device Manufacturer]]
 
* [[ZenPacks by Device Manufacturer|By Device Manufacturer]]
 
* [[ZenPacks by Application Name|By Application Name]]
 
* [[ZenPacks by Application Name|By Application Name]]
* [http://community.zenoss.org/community/zenpacks Legacy Directory]
 
  
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== Building ZenPacks ==
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Please see the [[ZenPack Development Guide]] for information on developing ZenPacks.
  
 
== Publishing ZenPacks ==
 
== Publishing ZenPacks ==
Zenoss encourages contributions of new ZenPacks from the Zenoss user community. To add a new ZenPack to the catalog, first read [[Releasing your ZenPack]]. Then, use ''[[Has default form::ZenPack|this form]]''.
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Zenoss encourages contributions of new ZenPacks from the Zenoss user community. During the transition to the new ZenPack Catalog, please contact [mailto:jboyle@zenoss.com jboyle@zenoss.com] for help in publishing ZenPacks.

Revision as of 23:51, 24 January 2017

Warning

The ZenPack Catalog has moved to its new home at https://www.zenoss.com/product/zenpacks as of January 17, 2017. The following information may be out of date, and this page will eventually be removed.



A ZenPack is a plug-in or extension to Zenoss. Typically, ZenPacks add the ability to monitor new types of devices, but can also be used to add new capabilities to the software itself, add new reports, etc. The extensibility available via ZenPacks is a critical part of Zenoss, as datacenters have lots of different types of hardware and software (such as cloud services) that need to be monitored, and ZenPacks allow you to monitor everything!

There are hundreds of ZenPacks available, some developed, supported, and maintained by Zenoss, and many others that are developed and maintained by the Zenoss user community. You are probably looking for one these three kinds of ZenPacks:


All ZenPacks
This is the complete list of published ZenPacks. Some are by Zenoss, some are by the community; some are free, and some are not.


ZenPacks by Zenoss
ZenPacks developed and supported by Zenoss, Inc. This is the place to look for official ZenPacks if you are a Zenoss customer.


Community ZenPacks
These are Open Source ZenPacks that have been developed by our user community, and can be downloaded and installed for free.

Try Fancy Zenoss ZenPack Searcher

Other Views

Here are some other ways to look at available ZenPacks.

Building ZenPacks

Please see the ZenPack Development Guide for information on developing ZenPacks.

Publishing ZenPacks

Zenoss encourages contributions of new ZenPacks from the Zenoss user community. During the transition to the new ZenPack Catalog, please contact jboyle@zenoss.com for help in publishing ZenPacks.