Monthly Archives: July 2013

Redhat OpenShift Origin Community Day 2013

I went to the Redhat OpenShift Origin Community Day in Mountain View today. Redhat has a few offices on different floors at 444 Castro St., above the BofA branch. They have a nice training room and break room on the … Continue reading

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Southwest 737 Hit Runway Nose First

Landing a 737 on the nose wheel is a bad idea. Who knew? Southwest jet hit runway nose first, investigators say Pilot change in Southwest 345 landing is unusual, aviation experts say Southwest Airlines fires captain involved in rough NYC … Continue reading

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Zabbix Monitoring System

Zabbix is cross-platform monitoring system with many integrated features, including web UI editing, graphing and discovery. Comparison of Nagios and Zabbix Concepts Concept/Feature Nagios Zabbix remote agent NRPE zabbix_agentd daemon nagiosd zabbix_server host host host host group host group group … Continue reading

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The Dental Checkup

You know your dental checkup will be tough when your dentist says, “This will take a few visits” and “Most patients don’t like freezing both sides of their mouth on the same visit. How about you?” 🙂

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Meeting with Boundary about Cassandra Monitoring

I had a brief demo of Boundary at the Cassandra Conference last month, and recently met with them again in San Francisco to specifically discuss how Boundary can be used to monitor Cassandra nodes. What you can do with Boundary … Continue reading

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