Weekly Snap: CeBIT 2014, Csync & CLI

weekly snap3 – 7 February was packed with upcoming and past events, webinars and training courses, and much ado about monitoring.
Eva counted 64 days to the OSDC with Constantino Vázquez’s talk: ‘The OpenNebula Cloud Platform for Data Center Virtualisation”, and announced the coordinates of our stand at CeBIT 2014.
Christian continued on events to introduce our first 3 webinars of the year as Thomas W reflected on our first Logastash training course.
On monitoring, Bernd compared Icinga, Nagios, Naemon, OMD, Check_MK and Shinken while Thomas G took a peek into the wonderful world of Icinga Web 2 CLI.
Finally, Matthias recommended Csync to synchronise folders in a network and Stephanie shared stories and snaps from the recent NETWAYS ski trip no. 2.

Weekly Snap: RootCamp & RVM for Ruby, Puppet Webinar & PDB++ for Python

weekly snap7 – 11 January was packed with events from the upcoming RootCamp, OSDC and a Puppet webinar to the first company ski trip, plus Python and Ruby tips to boot.
Eva explained unconferences, barcamps and what is to be expected at RootCamp on 24-25 May in Berlin. She also counted down 100 days to the OSDC 2013 with Olivier Renault’s ‘Introduction to Eucalyptus’.
More on events, Martin announced the first German language Puppet webinar on 24 January while Vanessa shared photos from our first Netways skiing trip.
Ronny then reminded us to manage Ruby and gem updates with RVM and Johannes recommended pdb++ for Python debugging.
To close the week, Christian shared good news that Teltonika ModemUSB5/10 now comes with an x64 driver for Windows.

Weekly Snap: Xdebug, Icinga-Web for Debian, New Icinga SLA Reporting & New Courses

13 – 17 August introduced new training courses, tips for Chrome and Mac users as well as developers, and even contributed a Debian package and new SLA ideas to the Icinga project.
Starting with events, Eva counted 65 days down to the OSMC 2012 with Michael Medin’s presentation on “Distributed Monitoring using NSClient” and introduced two new training courses – ‘Icinga Advanced’ and ‘Open Nebula.
Ronny shared a shortcut for personalised searches on Google Chrome while Bernd restored Git CLI tools after an upgrade to Mountain Lion.
On the community front, Thomas called out to beta testers to review his new SLA reporting concept for Icinga amd Markus announced his Icinga Web packages for Debian.
Meanwhile Marius recommended Xdebug for PHP profiling and Vanessa got a head start on preparations for our NETWAYS ski trip in January.