All development team Centreon mobilizes every day to improve the stability and quality of its products.
All feedback of experiences, advices and ideas are studied under the microscope and taken into account in the development of our products. But we still need new contributions to further development.
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Whether you are developers, administrators or users, you have your place in the team. Our organization is based on the Open Source and we have room for all people motivated.
How to participate?
It’s easy! We need different profiles to enhance our position.
You can start by:
- use our products;
- returns to the forge (ideas, corrections, enhancements);
- be part of the beta testers to test future versions of our products
- translate Centreon into a language that you understand;
- assist in documenting Centreon and its modules;
- develop your own module and maintain the module on your own forge;
- talk about us on your blogs or follow us on social networks:
- twitter (@Centreon)
- take part of events with us (Solution Linux 28 & 29 May 2013)
And you will appear automatically in the official list of contributors!
We previously discussed the theoretical part of the virtual metric.
Let’s start now some practical exercises!
In this new article, you will find examples of configuration step by step so that you can incorporate on your platform supervision.
To help you to familiarize yourself little by little with virtual metrics, we present use cases from simple to more difficult.
Technical teams Merethis attended Wednesday, March 27 at the meeting “With Monty Widenius, the” dad of MySQL ® & MariaDB ” organized by SkySQL on the Seine .
This conference could allow them to meet Monty, the creator of MySQL and MariaDB and talk with him and SkySQL teams on future products based on MySQL. Continue reading
And, for the month of April, we continues our series of interviews with Julien Breton, a member of the community.
Today, you use Centreon to monitor the reliability of your IT and to alert you during a break in service. But how to predict future alerts of services or indicators?
It would be nice to provide that in a month, the disk will be full or in two weeks, the maximum number of users on your web server may be reached, etc.
Note that it is possible to create curves forecast on the use of disk space, memory and CPU usage, etc. These curves allow you to make forecasts on specific indicators, but not only!
Indeed if you want to configure the ninety-fifth percentile, you can do this with the virtual metric.
In this article we will see how to use virtual metrics to create forecast curves in Centreon.