Thanks to Zenoss community member Colin Hudler for his second entry in the Cloud ZenPack Contest, the Redis Monitor ZenPack. With this ZenPack you can monitor the status of your redis server and the databases it provides. It connects to the redis server and collects various statistics. This ZenPack provides:
Thanks to Zenoss Master David Nalley for his entry into the Cloud ZenPack contest, the AMQP Event Monitor ZenPack. This ZenPack provides the zenamqp daemon for monitoring the Advanced Messaging Queueing Protocol (AMPQ). AMQP is an open standard application layer protocol for message oriented middleware, frequently used in enterprise business and cloud environments.
Thanks to Zenoss Master David Nalley for providing his VMware ESXi ZenPack. Currently this ZenPack provides monitoring for host hardware of VMware ESXi. This works on supported host platforms, and monitors fans, temperature, RAID arrays, controllers, individual drives, raid card batteries, power supplies, and storage.
The WBEM Classes that it checks are:
Currently it checks - and if ok, reports OK, if there is a problem, it creates an event listing the specific component and problem.(ie which DIMM Slot a problem is occurring with and what the problem is)
The NetBotz ZenPack has been converted to an .egg-style ZenPack from a .zip. There aren't any other changes, but the .egg is safer to install and uninstall and .zips are deprecated.
Thanks to all for the zenpack I think, but I'm not at all sure what it
is supposed to do. Can anyone comment a bit more in depth than the one
paragraph blog post as to why I would use this? I think this might be
useful for virtual hosts or multiple websites hosted on the same
computer with different IPs?
Information Technology Area Supervisor
LEPP Computer Group
Matt Ray wrote, On 4/1/2010 5:41 PM:
Thanks to Egor Puzanov (http://community.zenoss.org/people/bigegor) for sharing his Virtual IP (http://community.zenoss.org/docs/DOC-5800) ZenPack, as described in his blog post VirtualIP ZenPack (http://community.zenoss.org/people/bigegor/blog/2010/02/22/virtualip-zenpack). This ZenPack allows you to create a Device object for Virtual Cluster resources.
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