December started with Michael’s blog post on enhancements for the Icinga2x Vagrant boxes and he introduced a reloaded version of his check plugin called check_disk_btrfs.
Pamela counted 17 weeks to the OSDC 2016 with Kelsey Hightower´s talk on “Building Distributed Systems with CoreOS” while Cornelius shared his impressions of watching Star Wars VII with the NETWAYS crew.
Christian presented the new software version 3.0.5 that is now available for the Braintower SMS Gateway Desktop Edition and the Braintower SMS Gateway Rack Edition and David continued on the unexpected flexibility of the Dell Display Link Adapter.
Finally, Vanessa introduced the Icinga Baby Cow that NETWAYS donated to the Children’s Village HUMAN DREAMS in Tanzania.
This article will cover how to automate the monitoring of your windows infrastructure with Ansible and Icinga for Windows. For that, I developed a new Ansible role which you can find here: https://github.com/DanOPT/ansible-role-ifw The role will allow you to manage...