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Mastering Zabbix

Book notes - Mastering Zabbix by Andrea Dalle Vacche, Stefano Kewan Lee, published by PacktPub.

Notes

I review Mastering Zabbix many years ago - see my notes below. There has since been a Second Edition that I have not read yet.

Table of Contents - Highlights

  • Deploying Zabbix - out of date by now
  • Distributed Monitoring - proxies and nodes
  • High Availability and Failover
  • Collecting Data
    • Gathering items as raw data
    • Understanding the data flow for Zabbix items
    • Database monitoring with Zabbix
    • Zabbix JMX monitoring
    • Zabbix SNMP monitoring
    • Web pages monitoring
    • Aggregated and calculated items
  • Visualizing Data
  • Managing Alerts
  • Managing Templates
  • Handling External Scripts
  • Extending Zabbix
    • Exploring the Zabbix API
    • Synchronizing templates across different nodes
    • Mass operations
    • Exporting data
  • Integrating Zabbix - Request Tracker

Getting the Source

First edition sources are available via the packtpub portal. I don’t have the second edition, and it seems one might need to have subscribed or purchased the book to download the examples.

Credits and References

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