We love making open source software but what's even better is to hear how our community is solving real world problems with our software. Thousands of organizations all over the world are using Zenoss Core to monitor and manage their infrastructure. The following community members have agree to share their stories to help educate and inspire other Zenoss users.
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|Todd Davis is responsible for monitoring infrastructure for a consortium of Competitive Local Exchange Carriers (CLEC). Todd was using Nagios to monitor his infrastructure until he met Zenoss CTO, Erik Dahl, at USENIX LISA conference last fall. He was soon convinced that Zenoss offered the additional features he needed.|
|Allen Sanabria and Kent Lee are part of the technical staff for a large multi-national broadcast company. They are responsible for monitoring thousands of devices. They use Zenoss Core to agentlessly monitor everything from NetApp filers to Foundry core switches.|
|Jeff Siler is the President of webAJ and one of our most valued community members. He's written numerous documents on how to use Zenoss Core and been a strong evangelist for our product. Why is he such an advocate for Zenoss? Because he uses it every day. Find out how Jeff uses Zenoss to simplify systems management.|
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