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Zabbix 4 Network Monitoring - Third Edition: Monitor the performance of your network devices and applications using the all-new Zabbix 4.0

By: Rihards Olups

About the Author

Patrik Uytterhoeven has over 16 years of experience in IT, mostly with HP UNIX and Red Hat Linux. In late 2012, he joined Open-Future, a leading open source integrator and the first Zabbix reseller and training partner in Belgium. When Patrik joined Open-Future, he also became a Zabbix certified trainer. Since then, he has provided training and public demonstrations around the world, from Belgium to America and Asia. His next step was to author a book, so the first Zabbix Cookbook was born. Because Patrik also has a deep interest in configuration management, he wrote some Ansible roles. Patrik was also a technical reviewer of Learning Ansible and Ansible Configurati

Product Details

  • Pages:798 pages
  • Publication Date:Mon Jan 21 2019
  • Publisher:Packt Publishing Limited
  • Language:English
  • Readers:113

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About the Author

Patrik Uytterhoeven has over 16 years of experience in IT, mostly with HP UNIX and Red Hat Linux. In late 2012, he joined Open-Future, a leading open source integrator and the first Zabbix reseller and training partner in Belgium. When Patrik joined Open-Future, he also became a Zabbix certified trainer. Since then, he has provided training and public demonstrations around the world, from Belgium to America and Asia. His next step was to author a book, so the first Zabbix Cookbook was born. Because Patrik also has a deep interest in configuration management, he wrote some Ansible roles. Patrik was also a technical reviewer of Learning Ansible and Ansible Configuration Management, both published by Packt Publishing. Rihards Olups has over 20 years of experience in IT, most of it with open source solutions. He started using Zabbix in 2001, and joined Zabbix company later. Rihards spent 6 years at Zabbix, helping users and customers get the most value out of the monitoring tool. He briefly gets his mind off of Zabbix by improving OpenStreetMap.