Thanks to Ryan Matte for providing his new Windows SNMP Performance Monitor (Simple) ZenPack. This ZenPack allows you to monitor performance data (CPU and Memory) of Windows hosts running the standard SNMP Service without needing snmp-informant installed.
This ZenPack is similar to the Windows SNMP Performance Monitor (Advanced), but it provides a template template SNMPDevice, available under /Server/Windows instead of separate device classes. It is intended for single processor systems, whereas the is for multi-processor systems.
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Zenoss Community member Ryan Matte has updated his Windows SNMP Performance Monitor, renaming it Windows SNMP Performance Monitor (Advanced) to differentiate it from the new Windows SNMP Performance Monitor (Simple). There were minor changes made to this version as well, so please upgrade if you were using the previous version.
Thanks to Zenoss Community Member Daniel Dario Morales Salas for providing his new Mandriva Linux ZenPack. This SSH-based ZenPack provides monitoring for Mandriva Linux, supplementing the monitoring provided by the Linux Monitor and Linux Monitor Addon ZenPacks by providing the software inventory and os name.
Big thanks to Zenoss Community members Johan Keskitalo and Andreas Falk for working together to combine their WMI Exchange 2003 ZenPacks into a singleWMI Exchange 2003 ZenPack. This updated ZenPack now contains both their efforts, so if you're using the WMI to monitor your Exchange 2003 servers, this is the solution.
Thanks Johan & Andreas!
Thanks to Zenoss Community member Michael Hoffman for his new Veritas Netbackup ZenPack. This ZenPack monitors Veritas Netbackup Client Image Sizes. Zenoss goes to the device and attempt to execute the netbackup client image list command provided by the Veritas Netbackup Client. This will then pull the Size and Files fields for a given Netbackup Profile. By default the Size of the backup image is charted and can be used to alert on failures. There is extensive documentation available on the ZenPack page.
Plixer International has made their Scrutinizer ZenPack now available free of charge! The Scrutinizer NetFlow & sFlow Analyzer ZenPack provides direct integration between Zenoss and Scrutinizer. This integration allows network engineers to quickly switch between viewing the event details in Zenoss and the detailed network traffic analysis view in Scrutinizer. Network engineers need to quickly find and resolve network performance bottlenecks before they impact customers and end-users. One of the most effective ways to diagnose network performance problems is by analyzing NetFlow data.
Thanks again to Plixer for making this ZenPack widely available to all Zenoss users!
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