Version 1.2.2 of Mod-Gearman has just been released. It now comes with better orphaned check detection and easier installation for rpm based linux systems.
In my last post i was explaining why it became necessary to have an alternative to the sqlite-based storing of log data. One of the many new features of the upcoming release 1.0 “Heroic Hedgehog” of the Shinken monitoring software will be a MongoDB backend used by the livestatus module.
In this post i will show how to configure the livestatus module with a MongoDB cluster.
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In the early days of the Shinken monitoring system you were quite limited in how many web user interfaces you could use. There was the old CGI-based Nagios-Webinterface or (thanks to the merlin-mysql broker module) the Ninja GUI from OP5.
At the same time, two Projects, Thruk and Multisite, became very popular. The success of these two web guis was mainly based on the way they communicated with the Nagios core.
The upcoming version 1.1.2 of Mod-Gearman will have embedded Perl support which greatly improves performance when you have lots of Perl checks.
As 2011 is now nearly history, it’s time for a short look behind what happened to labs.consol.de and its projects this year.
Now that Devoxx has finished and we had a weekend in between, it is time to wrap things up. In this last #Devoxx blog for this year, everyone from the ConSol posse draws his very own personal conclusion.
Here are two talks reviews from Jan which didn’t made it into our last blog. (But this was not the only hangover this week ;-). Tomorrow we will wrap up things with some personal statements about the whole show. Sorry, for day 5 we didn’t managed to write a single review. Devoxx visitors might guess the reason ;-)
The last full day was again packed with high-end tech stuff before we enter the 10th anniversary party of Devoxx. So I guess, the fifth day gets a bit less blog coverage than the previous blogs. The ConSol posse has some reviews about Akka, JavaFX, HTML-5 and Android again, Play, JMS 2.0 and Clojure for you.
Day 3 and Devoxx is running at full blast now. Rooms are crowded, WiFi breaks down periodically, lanes in front of the toilets and lunch lanes, but nothing will stop the FUN we are having here ;-). There we go with our reviews about the diabolical developer, Play 2.0, Kotlin, JAX-RS 2.0, NoSQL, Phone Gap, HTML5 and the JDK 7 Filesystem API. Please fasten your seat belt for some geeky stuff.
On the second the rest of the ConSol posse joined us : Christoph, Christian and Torsten arrived for the fireside chat. A session format which lacked a bit the tension, but there were some rare highlights like the following joke: Q: “What’s the difference between Ant and Maven ?”, A: “The author of Ant apologized”. The other stuff covered were the ServiceMix combo, Groovy, Spring in the cloud, Infinispan, JDK 7 and Jenkins for Continous Delivery.