Reminder:  ManchLUG meeting tomorrow (Tuesday 10/22)!

Michael Kazin will be giving the monthly presentation on Icinga, an
Open Source network monitoring system.

Perhaps better known as a fork of Nagios, Icinga provides a robust
solution for monitoring everything from routers and servers, to
databases and websites, and much more if you're not afraid of a
writing a custom plugin.

Michael is a software engineer at LinkeDrive, a Boston start-up
developing a driver-coaching application which helps truck fleets save
fuel.  He implemented Icinga to provide internal real-time monitoring
of devices installed in customer fleets, as well as the company's
server infrastructure.

In his presentation, he will cover everything you need to get started
on your own implementation: from basic concepts, to initial
configuration, and on to writing a custom plugin.

Hope to see you there tomorrow, details below:

On Tue, Oct 8, 2013 at 11:06 PM, kenta <> wrote:
> Join us Tuesday Oct 22nd for ManchLUG!
> This month Michael Kazin will be presenting on Icinga, an open source
> monitoring system based on a fork of Nagios.
> Schedule:
> 6:30 PM - Pre-meeting social. If you're ordering food, please try to
> do so before the start.
> 7:00 - 8:30 PM Meeting kick-off, immediately followed by Michael Kazin
> presenting on Icinga.
> Location:
> The Farm
> 1181 Elm St.
> Manchester, NH (corner of Elm and Bridge in downtown Manchester)
> When you enter The Farm go to the left side of the restaurant and
> locate the small function room or ask the hostess for assistance
> Parking:
> Parking in downtown Manchester is enforced between 8AM - 8PM, however
> the metered spaces in front of The Farm on Elm Street and the lot
> behind The Farm are free after 5:30PM. For further details:
> Feel free to RSVP on Facebook:
> You can also find the Manchester Linux Users group on twitter: @ManchLUG
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