- OSMC 2021 | Introduction into OpenSearch
- OSMC 2021 | pg_stat_monitor: A cool extension for better database (PostgreSQL) monitoring
- OSMC 2021 | On the Bleeding Edge of OpenTelemetry
- OSMC 2021 | Thola – A tool for monitoring and provisioning network devices
- OSMC 2021 | Advanced MySQL optimization and troubleshooting using PMM 2
- OSMC 2021 | Observability will not fix your broken Monitoring , or Culture
- OSMC 2021 | Monitoring Open Infrastructure Logs – With Real Life Examples
- OSMC 2021 | Scaling Naemon deployments to Kubernetes with Merlin
- OSMC 2021 | Open Source API-HUB – Connect Icinga2, Zabbix, CheckMK and more with OpenCelium
- OSMC 2021 | Icinga for Windows – Evolution
- OSMC 2021 | inspectIT Ocelot: Dynamic OpenTelemetry Instrumentation at Runtime
- OSMC 2021 | Still directing the director… and more!
- OSMC 2021 | Current State of Icinga
- OSMC 2021 | Icinga-Installer – Der einfache Weg zum eigenen Icinga
- OSMC 2021 | Open Source Application Performance Monitoring in the Enterprise
- OSMC 2021 | Use OpenSource monitoring for an Enterprise Grade Platform
- OSMC 2021 | Contributing to Open Source with the example of Icinga
- OSMC 2021 | Handling 250K flows per second with OpenNMS: a case study
- OSMC 2021 | Robotmk: You don’t run IT – you deliver services!
- OSMC 2021 | Monitoring Open Source Hardware
- OSMC 2021 | Secure Password Vaults with Naemon
- OSMC 2021 | Gamification of Observability
- OSMC 2021 | Observability is More than Logs, Metrics & Traces
OSMC 2021 has brought many insights into latest monitoring trends and we’re still amazed about that great on-site event last autmn. We’re happy to had a big amount of international attendees, 28 top-level speakers and not to forget our much valued sponsors on bord – in short: we’re grateful for everyone who made OSMC 2021 a special and an exciting event once again!
For all of you who would like to listen to last year’s experts sessions as a follow-up, I’ve created this blog series. It reminds you bi-weekly of one of our OSMC lectures including its video recording.
Today it’s all about Jeff Gehlbach and his talk “Handling 250K flows per second with OpenNMS: a case study“.
Enjoy Jeff’s lecture!
If you’re already curious about what will await you at this year’s Open Source Monitoring Conference mark your calendars for November 14 – 16, 2022.
In case you want to become a speaker, take the opportunity and submit your paper until July 31.
We’re looking forward to meeting you all again this autumn in Nuremberg.