In this back-to-school season, it is time for revisions! Early this year, we have revamped the Centreon portfolio. Our products have been streamlined along with a much-thought out re-naming exercise to best reflect our roots, values and evolution of the Centreon brand and software.
The release of CES 3.3 today takes us back to our roots – rendering high-performing enterprise monitoring simple. And it just got simpler with a whole new look and nifty interface features, courtesy of version 2.7 of Centreon Web (formerly termed only as Centreon).
All the same, we have not ignored performance functionality and optimization. CES 3.3 also features an updated version for both Centreon Engine (v1.5) and Centreon Broker (v2.11). Centreon CLAPI has also been completely replaced by a native command line API that now runs in Centreon Web.
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In the previous article of this series, we outlined some key monitoring enhancements that are now part of CES 3.2, including updates of the ISO file to make installation and configuration even easier.
In this short and final article, you’ll find out how simple and quick installing CES (Centreon Enterprise Server) can be. In fact, the installation procedure can take as little as an hour at no cost, especially if your storage infrastructure does not create bottlenecks for disk access. That means you can try and test it out for as long as you want.
Don’t believe us? Try it for yourself.
“One of the nicest things about choosing CES is knowing we’ll be able to evolve and scale IT monitoring in an affordable and effortless way as our needs and those of our customers, grow over time,” –
Sebastien Boulianne, network and system administrator at CPU.
With the release of CES version 3.2 recently, we explained the difference between Centreon software and CES. To recap, CES is our industry-grade enterprise solution that groups a large set of key monitoring benefits made possible by the Centreon software suite.
In this 2nd part, we summarize some key benefits that are now part of CES 3.2, the third version of CES 3.x based on Cent0S 6.x. It obviously integrates all system updates provided by CentOS.