Zenoss 4 Event Management Workshop
- Understand the Zenoss event management system.
- Monitor services at the network and process levels.
- Generate service-failure events.
- Categorise events using Event Classes and Mappings.
- Configure commands and alerting rules to be triggered by events.
This 3-day workshop covers the architecture and configuration of the Zenoss event management system. Based on examples from Jane Curry's Event Management for Zenoss Core 4 paper, the course has a very high practical content. Students will learn through hands-on exercises: each has direct access to an individual Zenoss installation and emulated network.
The workshop was updated extensively in 2013 to cover the new events architecture in Zenoss Core 4.
This is an advanced class, so students should have at least an overview knowledge of Zenoss.
A basic understanding of IP networking is required.
29th - 31st May 2013
and 11th - 13th June 2013
Online 3-day course. We will set the course hours to suit the timezones of those who register: it is likely that one course will have times suitable for the Americas, and the other will have times suitable for Europe. Please let us know which dates work for you, and what timezone you are in. email@example.com
Course fee: £1200 (+VAT where applicable) per student, for courses at
our Maidenhead training centre or delivered online.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 1628 782565 to book your place.
This course can also be delivered at your own site: please contact us to discuss dates and price.
Prerequisites for online classes
Presentations and exercises will take place on cloud-based machines. Delegates need access to a system that has:
- Skype installed and working for voice communication to the internet - Skype Home Page
- A VNC client (vncviewer) installed and working with access to the internet - RealVNC Home Page or TightVNC Home Page .
- There are free versions of all products.
Some corporate networks block tools like Skype and VNC, so it is important to check this in advance. Most home broadband connections are usable without major problems.