Monthly Snap November


 
Remember one month ago? The first talks were about to start soon, you had your first coffee, enjoyed the rich Holiday Inn breakfast, took your journal, in which you had your plan for the day scetched, you were happy to meet an old friend in the hallway on your way to Saal Jacobi, where Bernd Erk was preparing to kick-off OSMC. …
OSMC – good times! Take some of its spirit with you into the cold and dark december days and let it warm your heart like a cup of hot Christkindlesmarkt mullet wine.

Form OSMC to Open Infrastructure

How? Make yourself a cup of hot wine and read through OSMC 2018 – Day 1 and OSMC 2018 – Day 2 by Dirk, or OSMC 2018 – or: The Thirteen-Star Conference, in which our attendees share their experiences. Read Michi’s Hackathon stories and Dirk’s report about OSCAMP on Puppet. You’re more of a visual type?  Browse through our OSMC Archive and find all the videos, pics and slides.
Right after OSMC our NWS-Team hit the road to Berlin for OpenStack Summit. Check out their managed Open Infrastructure service at nws.netways.de – now with MyEngineer support!

Icinga Seminar & Berlin Camp

Lennart Betz continues his blogpost-seminar Icinga 2 – Monitoring automatisiert mit Puppet Teil 9: Profile and Teil 10: Profile Part II. Join the Icinga community in 2019: Icinga Camp Berlin: Call for Papers is running until Decemeber 31! Find all November Icinga updates here.

For the tech hearts

Achim tell you to Get your RadosGW metrics into Ceilometer. Loei explains the use and functionality of RFID & NFC. Niko shares Neuheiten beim IntelliJ-Update. Tim knows Ceph Mimic | Using loop devices as OSD
In git gud! Henrik tells the story of: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love my Code. Noah introduces you with GitKraken to a nearly perfect Git-Client, while Johannes shares another useful tool: PDF manipulieren mit pdftk.

Presents

In November Silke announced Black Friday mal ganz in Orange – Es darf gespart werden und Die neue Generation der SMSEagle NXS-97xx Linie stellt sich vor. It‘s always a good idea to check our Shop for special offers. Especially if you are looking for Christmas presents. In that sense: Entschleunigung vom Weihnachtsstress bei Netways!
Have a wonderful December and Christmas season! Stay tuned!

Julia Hornung
Julia Hornung
Marketing Manager

Julia ist seit Juni 2018 Mitglied der NETWAYS Family. Vor ihrer Zeit in unserem Marketing Team hat sie als Journalistin und in der freien Theaterszene gearbeitet. Ihre Leidenschaft gilt gutem Storytelling, klarer Sprache und ausgefeilten Texten. Privat widmet sie sich dem Klettern und ihrer Ausbildung zur Yogalehrerin.

OSMC 2018 | ARCHIVE IS ONLINE!


Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, USA – more than 300 attendees and 47 speakers from 22 countries joined us: What would OSMC have been without them? To be honest: Not happening.

A big THANK YOU

….to all our attendees and speakers: You made OSMC special, inspiring and fun by joining or contributing to it! Thanks for your support! 4 days, 3 tracks of talks, 4 workshops, the fun community Hackathon, the Evening Event at Loftwerk, Lambada (former Checkpoint Jenny), Tapasitos, Schimanksi: It was a blast!

Travel back in time

Convince yourselves: Take a look at our Archive with all video recordings of the talks, the speakers‘ slides and conference pictures. And make sure you don’t miss this next year!

Save the date: #OSMC 2019 | November 04 – 07, 2019 | Nuremberg
Julia Hornung
Julia Hornung
Marketing Manager

Julia ist seit Juni 2018 Mitglied der NETWAYS Family. Vor ihrer Zeit in unserem Marketing Team hat sie als Journalistin und in der freien Theaterszene gearbeitet. Ihre Leidenschaft gilt gutem Storytelling, klarer Sprache und ausgefeilten Texten. Privat widmet sie sich dem Klettern und ihrer Ausbildung zur Yogalehrerin.

OSMC Hackathon: Feature complete?

Our fourth OSMC hackathon started fully packed after an overwhelming conference – free form, and our introduction round provided many interesting topics to keep up with.
MQTT, OpenNMS, NSClient++, Elastic/Graylog, Migration from Nagios to Icinga 2, Zabbix, Prometheus, MySQL, ARM packages, Notification issues, Golang frameworks, Ansible, Puppet, Icinga Web 2 modules, Vsphere, Director, Maps, … holy moly, that’s super effective for just one day. Missed it? Join us next year!
Jens Schanz from Müller (Hint: The environment with 17k hosts and 200k services) mentioned a problem with missing notifications in his OSMC talk on Wednesday. So we did a deep dive in the production environment into one-time delayed notification without recovery for their ticket system integration. Turns out, that we’ve found a bug in Icinga, and also a quick workaround for production. Jens also knows how to use the debug console for future troubleshooting. Real #monitoringlove ❤️
Gian Arb from InfluxDB joined for the first hours, so “everyone who has questions, be quick”. Maybe he’ll stay longer next year, since he’s said that OSMC feels like home already. Rihards Olups shared Zabbix insights and focussed on improving MySQL monitoring. Our friends Tarus Balog and Ronny Trommer from OpenNMS looked into pushing sensor values into MQTT and OpenHAB, Tarus had his first success 🙂 Julien open-sourced an AMPQ adapter which forwards alerts from Prometheus.
Nicolai Buchwitz is building Icinga 2 for ARM hardware, and asked me to look into failing tests during the Debian package build. This turned out to be a very deep analysis with memory access violations and specific gcc and libstdc++ versions on this hardware, x86 works just fine. 50% are solved, more investigation needed.
Michael Medin implemented a huge new feature: Native Powershell support in NSClient++.  Cannot wait to see this being released! Dave Kempe started working on translation for the famous Icinga 2 book, together with Thomas Mr. Icinga Book. Or as they say: “Translating Austrian to Australian (English) …” 😉 Thilo jumped right into Jinja templates for the Icinga Ansible modules, and also offered help on enhancing the graph integration in mail notifications.
Noah and Jean played with the Gin library in Golang, providing an HTTP framework. They also discussed the state logic in Icinga 2 together with Eric and our friends from Syseleven, Max and Maurice. Max also did a deep-dive into new enhancements for Icinga Web 2 with more advanced scheduled downtime options. Together with Eric, he found a bug in the forms too. First time hackathon attendees discovered how to write Icinga Web 2 with the help from Eric.
The Map module for Icinga Web 2 received a docs patch from Jens, while Thomas Mr. Director looked into improvements for the business process module, Director, Cube (PR from Nicolai) and certainly the newly released Vsphere module. Last but not least, Flo was for the rescue and helped Jens to modify his Batman theme for Icinga Web 2. Dave also shared the color blind theme for Icinga Web 2 with Jennifer, and to mention too, Jean helped Jens with a DNS/network problem on Icinga startup.
It is INCREDIBLE what we achieved together as OSMC hacking family. We are never feature complete, always exploring and developing new things. See you next year, mark November 4th–7th, 2019 in your calendar!

Michael Friedrich
Michael Friedrich
Senior Developer

Michael ist seit vielen Jahren Icinga-Entwickler und hat sich Ende 2012 in das Abenteuer NETWAYS gewagt. Ein Umzug von Wien nach Nürnberg mit der Vorliebe, österreichische Köstlichkeiten zu importieren - so mancher Kollege verzweifelt an den süchtig machenden Dragee-Keksi und der Linzer Torte. Oder schlicht am österreichischen Dialekt der gerne mit Thomas im Büro intensiviert wird ("Jo eh."). Wenn sich Michael mal nicht in der Community helfend meldet, arbeitet er am nächsten LEGO-Projekt oder geniesst...

OSMC 2018 – Day 2

The evening event was again great food, drinks and conversation and while it ended in the early morning for some people, rooms were full of attendees again for the first talk. It was a hard choice between probably great talks but in the end I had chosen Rodrigue Chakode with “Make IT monitoring ready for cloud-native systems“. Being a long-term contributor to several Open Source Monitoring he used his experience to develop Realopinsight as a tool bringing existing monitoring tools together and extending them for monitoring cloud-native application platforms. In his live demo he showed the webinterface and Icinga 2, Zabbix and Kubernetes integration including aggregation of the severity for a specific service across the different solutions.
OSMC 2018
Scoring a Technical Cyber Defense Exercise with Nagios and Selenium” by Mauno Pihelgas was a quite uncommon case study. Locked Shields is the biggest Cyber Defense exercise involving 22 teams defending systems provided by vendors against hundreds of attacks. Mauno is responsible for the availability scoring system which gives the defending teams bonus points for availability of the systems, but of course it makes also available for attacks which if successful will cause loss of points. The data collected by Nagios and Selenium are then forwarded to Kafka and Elasticsearch to provide abuse control and overall scoring. To give you some numbers over the 2 days of the exercise about 34 million checks are executed and logged.
Susanne Greiner’s talk “Mit KI zu mehr Automatisierung bei der Fehleranalyse” was on using Artificial Intelligence for automatic failure analyses. Her talk started from anomaly detection and forecasting, went through user experience and ended with machine learning and deep learning. It is always great to see what experts can do with data, so running anomaly detection and forecasting on the data, adding labels for user experience and feeding them to the AI can increase troubleshooting capabilities. And better troubleshooting will result in better availability and user experience of course what perhaps is the main goal of all IT.
At the evening event there was again some gambling and after lunch the guys how managed to win the most chips won some real prices.
OSMC 2018 Gambling Winners
While some still enjoyed the event massage, Carsten Köbke started the afternoon sessions with the best talk title “Katzeninhalt mit ein wenig Einhornmagie” (Cat content with a little bit of unicorn magic). Being the author of the Icinga Web 2 module for Grafana and several themes for Icinga Web 2 he demonstrated and explained his work to the audience. It is very nice to see performance data with annotations extracted from the Icinga database nicely presented in Grafana. The themes part of the talk was based on the idea of every one can do this and monitoring can be fun.
Thomas and Daniel teamed up to focus on log management and help people on choosing their tool wisely in their talk “Fokus Log-Management: Wähle dein Werkzeug weise“. They compared the Elastic stack and Graylog with each other in multiple categories, showing up advantages and disadvantages and which tool fits best for which user group.
Eliminating Alerts or ‘Operation Forest’” by Rihards Olups was a great talk on how he tried reducing alerts to get a better acceptance and handling of the remaining alerts, getting problems solved instead of ignored. The ‘Operation forest’ mentioned in the talk’s title is his synonym for there infrastructure and alerts are trash he does not like in his forest, because trash attracts trash, like alerts attract alerts because if the numbers grows they tend to be ignored and more problems will get critical causing more alerts. It is not a problem of the tool used for monitoring and alerting but he had not only nice hints on changing culture but also technical ones like focusing on one monitoring solution, knowing and using all features or making problems more recognizable like putting them into the message of the day. For those having the same problems in their environment he wrote a shitlist you can check the problems you have and the number of checked items will indicate how shitty your environment is, I recommend having a look at this list.
Last but not least Nicolai Buchwitz talked about the “Visualization of your distributed infrastructure” and with his Map module for Icinga Web 2 he is providing a very powerful tool to visualize it. All the new features you get from the latest 1.1.0 release make it even more useful and the outlook on future extensions looks promising. Nicolai concluded with a nice live demo showing all this functionality.
So it was again a great conference, thanks to all speakers, attendees and sponsors for making this possible. I wish everyone not staying for the hackathon or Open Source camp “Save travels”. Slides, videos and pictures will be online in the near future. I hope to see you on next year’s OSMC on November, 4th – 7th!

Dirk Götz
Dirk Götz
Senior Consultant

Dirk ist Red Hat Spezialist und arbeitet bei NETWAYS im Bereich Consulting für Icinga, Puppet, Ansible, Foreman und andere Systems-Management-Lösungen. Früher war er bei einem Träger der gesetzlichen Rentenversicherung als Senior Administrator beschäftigt und auch für die Ausbildung der Azubis verantwortlich wie nun bei NETWAYS.

OSMC 2018 – or: The Thirteen-Star Conference


“How many stars do you have?” – Just take a look at the name tag, count the stars and you’re talking. At a lot of participants badges you’ll see a considerable number of them. Once you’ve been to OSMC, you usually come back. Why is that so? Here’s what I found out:
 
My first conversation partner is a big catch: 13 stars – 13 years of OSMC! Stefan Kublik arrived from Neckarsulm and is taking part for Fujitsu TDS GmbH. To the first conferences, at that time still Nagios, he went for another employer. He changed companies, OSMC remained. What Kublik particularly appreciates: “Many people here are working on the same problems. The OSMC is great to get an overview.” Where is the community standing? Where is the journey going? Thruk and Prometheus interest him, the products he uses himself. But Kublik also picks up on new topics and continues researching at home. What has changed over the years? OSMC has become more international, he says. Will he come again? “I have to! The series of stars can’t stop! As long as I work in this field, I will come back!”
 
Two stars: For the second time Kevin Honka is at the OSMC. For his first he has actually been here as a speaker. “I was relatively active in the monitoring portal,” he says. And so he was asked if he would like to report about his activities at the OSMC. “Now I come to every Icinga camp and of course to the OSMC.” He is interested in Icinga, Graylog, Git, virtualization techniques… What he appreciates the most? “The people. And the food,” he says with a grin. And he adds: “I have seldom had better technical discussions.
 
 
Ulrike Klusik has only been working in monitoring for three quarters of a year – but OSMC already has her! Thanks to her boss at ConSol Consulting & Solutions Software GmbH. Klusik thinks the conference is above all a good opportunity to get to know Open Source tools. Besides the ones she knows already – OMD, which they develop themselves, and OpenShift and Prometheus. “I found the lecture on Sensu very interesting,” she says, “or: Oberservability in einer Microservicewelt”. As a newcomer to monitoring, she is particularly interested in lectures on general procedures. She thinks it’s worth coming back: “It’s good to look beyond one’s own nose. Unfortunately, one often has too little time for this in everyday work.”
 
Christian Hager counts and is astonished himself: “Ten stars! “In the beginning I came because I wanted to know something about monitoring with Nagios and Icinga. Now I come for everything else,” he laughs. Smart Home, Refocus, Maps, SLA Monitoring he has joined. When I ask him what else he is interested in, he pulls out a small notebook. This man is prepared! Hager has made a plan for both days. All the more flexible he is during the breaks. “I like to sit down with people I don’t know. That gives me new ideas.” Other conferences may be bigger, but there are many more sales people on the road. “The OSMC gathers a good group of experts, and it’s easy to find specialists to talk to here.” Hager himself comes from the computer centre at the University of Würzburg.
 
I meet Holger Koch and Gudrun Schöllhammer at a bar table in front of room Jacobi. They talk to each other. He joins for DB Systel GmbH from Erfurt, she comes from the University of Vienna. Eight OSMC stars are emblazoned on his name tag, six on hers. “We see each other here once a year,” she says – and he: “The OSMC is like a class reunion.” Unfortunately, we don’t get any further: The next talk begins. The two have a well clocked schedule. Apart from the good conversations with other admins, they are mainly on the hunt for input. Well, then I don’t want to stop them!
 
 

Have fun at the OSMC 2018!

 
And save the date for next year’s OSMC, November 4 – 7, 2019!
 

Julia Hornung
Julia Hornung
Marketing Manager

Julia ist seit Juni 2018 Mitglied der NETWAYS Family. Vor ihrer Zeit in unserem Marketing Team hat sie als Journalistin und in der freien Theaterszene gearbeitet. Ihre Leidenschaft gilt gutem Storytelling, klarer Sprache und ausgefeilten Texten. Privat widmet sie sich dem Klettern und ihrer Ausbildung zur Yogalehrerin.

OSMC 2018 – Day 1

It is always the same, Winter is coming and it brings people to Nuremberg for OSMC. Our Open Source Monitoring conference still grows every year and after giving three parallel tracks a try last year, we changed format again to include also shorter talks and having always three tracks. It also gets more international and topics get more diverse, covering all different monitoring solutions with speakers (and attendees) from all over the worlds. Like every year also the 13th conference started with a day of workshops enabling the interested ones to get hands on Prometheus, Ansible, Graylog and practical example on using the Puppet modules for Icinga 2. Also this year two days of great talks will be followed by a day of hacking and the second issue of the Open Source Camp takes place, this time focusing on Puppet.
OSMC 2018
And another tradition is Bernd starting the conference with a warm welcome before the first talk. Afterwards Michael Medin talked about his journey in monitoring and being a speaker at OSMC for the eleventh time in “10 years of OSMC: Why does my monitoring still look the same?“. It was a very entertaining talk comparing general innovation with the one happening in monitoring. He was showing up that monitoring solutions changed to reflect the change in culture but still stayed the same mechanism and explained all the problems we probably know like finding the correct metrics and interpreting them resulting from this.
Second talk I attended was “Scaling Icinga2 with many heterogeneous projects – and still preserving configurability” by Max Rosin. He started with the technical debt to solve and requirements to fulfill when migrating from Icinga 1 to Icinga 2 like check latency or 100% automation of the configuration. Their high-available production environment had no outage since going live in January, because the infrastructure design and testing updates and configuration changes in a staging setup, what is pretty awesome. The scripting framework they created for the migration will be released on Github. But this was not all they coded to customize their environment, they added some very helpful extensions for the operations team to Icinga Web 2, which will be available on Github somewhere in the future after separating company specific and upstream ready parts.
For the third session I had chosen Matthias Gallinger with “Netzwerkmonitoring mit Prometheus” (Network monitoring with Prometheus). In his case study he showed the migration from Cacti to Prometheus and Grafana done at a international company based in Switzerland. The most important part is here the SNMP Exporter for Prometheus including a generator for its configuration. All required is part of their labs edition of Open Monitoring Distribution (OMD).
After the lunch Serhat Can started with “Building a healthy on-call culture“. He provided and explained his list of rules which should create such a culture: Be transparent – Share responsibilities – Be prepared – Build resilient and sustainable systems – Create actionable alerts – Learn from your experiences. To sum up he tells everyone to care about the on-call people resulting in a good on-call service and user experience which will prevent a loss of users and money.
The Director of UX at Grafana Labs David Kaltschmidt gave an update on whats new and upcoming in Grafana focusing on the logging feature in “Logging is coming to Grafana“. The new menu entry Explore allows to easily querying Prometheus metrics including functions – just one click away – for rate calculation or average and it works the same for logging entries as a new type of datasource. This feature should be very useful in a Kubernetes environment to do some distributed tracing. If you are interested in this feature it should be available as beta in December.
Distributed Tracing FAQ” was also the title of Gianluca Arbezzano‘s talk. I can really recommend his talk for the good explanation on why and how to trace requests through more and more complex, distributed services of nowadays. If you are more interested in tool links, he recommends Opentracing as library, Zipkin as frontend and of course InfluxDB as backend.
This year Bernd’s talk about the “Current State of Icinga” was crowded and interesting as always. I skip the organizational things like interest in the project is growing according to website views, customers talking about their usage, partners, camps and meetups all over the world. From the technical aspects Icinga 2 had a release bringing more stabilization, improved Syntax Highlighting and as new feature Namespacing. The coming Director release brings support for multiple instances helping with staging, health checks and a configuration basket allowing to easily export and import configuration. A new Icinga Web 2 module X509 helps managing your certificate infrastructure, available next week on github. The one for VMware vSphere (sponsored by dmTECH) is already released and was shown in a demo by Tom who developed it. Icinga DB will replace IDO as a backend moving volatile data to Redis and data to be keeped will be stored to MySQL or PostgreSQL and there will also be a new Monitoring Module for Icinga Web 2 to make use of it, all available hopefully in two weeks.
This year’s OSMC provided something special as the last talk of the first day with an authors’ panel including Marianne Spiller (Smart Home mit openHAB 2), Jan Piet Mens (Alternative DNS Servers – Choice and deployment, and optional SQL/LDAP back-ends), Thomas Widhalm and Lennart Betz (Icinga 2 – Ein praktischer Einstieg ins Monitoring) moderated by Bernd and answering questions from the audience.
If you want to get more details or pictures have a look at Twitter. There will also be a post by Julia giving a more personal view on the conference from interviewing some attendees and one of me covering the talks of the second day, but now I am heading for the evening event.

Dirk Götz
Dirk Götz
Senior Consultant

Dirk ist Red Hat Spezialist und arbeitet bei NETWAYS im Bereich Consulting für Icinga, Puppet, Ansible, Foreman und andere Systems-Management-Lösungen. Früher war er bei einem Träger der gesetzlichen Rentenversicherung als Senior Administrator beschäftigt und auch für die Ausbildung der Azubis verantwortlich wie nun bei NETWAYS.

Monthly Snap October – NET News | Tips & Tricks | DevOps | Events & the WAYS we go


Hey guys,
you might have noticed: OSMC is in full swing! In the month before you could for sure feel the excitement in the air. WHAT THE HACK?! October was full of preparations, writing talks, ordering roll-ups, coding, hacking, getting things done, spreading the #monitoringlove… In the blog we suggested: OSMC: Extend your stay / knowledge!
Some knowledge you could also gain in this month’s tips & tricks section in the NETWAYS blog! Ein paar vim tricks shared Christoph. Lokale Time Machine Snapshots blockieren Speicherplatz told you Georg. Not the pasta-kinda-thing, but Gnocchi: Metriken und Metadaten explained Achim. With Florian you could join an experiment in Wahrnehmungspsychologie im UI Design. And Jean thought On giving up and trying an IDE. While David might have sung With a little Help from my Chef …

Modems and monitors

In the shop too there was a lot going on, as Silke let us know: USB oder RS232? Das LTE Dualport Modem von ConiuGo hat beides! Besides: HW group STE2 – Netzwerk-Thermometer And anyway: Erst testen, dann durchstarten – Unser Netways Monitor! But: Nicht nur Schall und Rauch – Die neue Generation der AKCP Sensoren Wherever you are: Das Office ist nur einen Klick entfernt – Mit dem STARFACE Mobile Client 2.3 Thank you, Silke!
A report from his first team event delivered our new Azubi Tobias in Teamevent 2018: Professional Services. And Dirk shared what it is like to train our new colleagues in Ausbilder erzählt – Professional Services – 2018. Looking for new job opportunities? Visit jobs.netways.de !

The ways we go…

Is there a fair anywhere… IT, Start-Ups, Open Source: You might possibly be meeting Manfred! In October thanks to him: NETWAYS goes to the Dortmund “Initiale”. „Go geht einfach“. Hm, that‘s another thing – from Alexander. More in: The way to Go
The NWS team was happy to announce they started an exciting journey with OpenStack as a Service on nws.netways.de. Get to know more about it here: NWS OpenStack | The ultimate IaaS Platform! And here: NETWAYS Webinare – Jetzt mit OpenStack ! Interested? Pssssst. Apply this code for 45 days free hosted OpenStack: Ge1AL

And now: Back to OSMC!

See you at the conference and the Evening Event in the Loftwerk tonight!
 

Julia Hornung
Julia Hornung
Marketing Manager

Julia ist seit Juni 2018 Mitglied der NETWAYS Family. Vor ihrer Zeit in unserem Marketing Team hat sie als Journalistin und in der freien Theaterszene gearbeitet. Ihre Leidenschaft gilt gutem Storytelling, klarer Sprache und ausgefeilten Texten. Privat widmet sie sich dem Klettern und ihrer Ausbildung zur Yogalehrerin.

WHAT THE HACK?!


Only 16 days to go?
Time for you to speed up: Grab one of our popular Hackathon tickets and join the event on Nov 08!
It’s fun! You’ll start the day with a short round of introductions, then run a brainstorming session for possible topics in addition to these ones that we came up with so far:

OPENNMS   |   NSCLIENT   |   GRAYLOG
ICINGA   |   ZABBIX   |   PROMETHEUS   |   ELASTIC

Team up, accept the challenge, collaborate to find a solution, succeed!
Find all details at: osmc.de/hackathon

 

Taking place on Nov 08 the Hackathon directly follows OSMC’s lecture program. Be part of OSMC and round off your stay! Get your conference and add-on ticket here! We would be happy to see you soon at…

#OSMC | November 5 – 8, 2018 | Nuremberg

Julia Hornung
Julia Hornung
Marketing Manager

Julia ist seit Juni 2018 Mitglied der NETWAYS Family. Vor ihrer Zeit in unserem Marketing Team hat sie als Journalistin und in der freien Theaterszene gearbeitet. Ihre Leidenschaft gilt gutem Storytelling, klarer Sprache und ausgefeilten Texten. Privat widmet sie sich dem Klettern und ihrer Ausbildung zur Yogalehrerin.

OSMC #Recap with Kempf & Kraus | Don’t miss this year!

2017 sprachen Tobias Kempf & Michael Kraus über “Hochautomatisierte Warenlogistik – Monitoring bei Europas größtem Handelsunternehmen”.

  • 11.460 Filialen in 25 Ländern mit 390.000 Mitarbeiter
  • Es gilt, die Kommunikation über alle Ebenen zu sichern
  • Es braucht neue Monitoring Definitionen

Mehr über die Zusammenarbeit der beiden Herren gibt’s hier:

 
Don’t miss OSMC 2018! Get your ticket now! Be a part of the Monitoring change.

OSMC | November 5 – 8, 2018 | Nuremberg

Julia Hornung
Julia Hornung
Marketing Manager

Julia ist seit Juni 2018 Mitglied der NETWAYS Family. Vor ihrer Zeit in unserem Marketing Team hat sie als Journalistin und in der freien Theaterszene gearbeitet. Ihre Leidenschaft gilt gutem Storytelling, klarer Sprache und ausgefeilten Texten. Privat widmet sie sich dem Klettern und ihrer Ausbildung zur Yogalehrerin.

OSMC #Recap with Alba Ferri | Don’t miss this year!

2017 Alba Ferri Fitó talked about “With a little help from…the community” –

  • Being in the right place at the right moment
  • Giving feedback to the Open Source Community
  • Use Case #1 – VMWAre or: Let’s do it the active way, #2 …

See her whole story on our YouTube Channel:

 
Don’t miss OSMC 2018! Get your ticket now! Be a part of the Monitoring change.

OSMC | November 5 – 8, 2018 | Nuremberg

Julia Hornung
Julia Hornung
Marketing Manager

Julia ist seit Juni 2018 Mitglied der NETWAYS Family. Vor ihrer Zeit in unserem Marketing Team hat sie als Journalistin und in der freien Theaterszene gearbeitet. Ihre Leidenschaft gilt gutem Storytelling, klarer Sprache und ausgefeilten Texten. Privat widmet sie sich dem Klettern und ihrer Ausbildung zur Yogalehrerin.