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Tag: DevOps

The Icinga2 configuration options are rich and provide you with a lot of ways to re-use what you already have. They serve well, but once your monitoring becomes big enough they just don’t cut it anymore. Reducing the load on the monitoring hosts and the servers you check becomes a high priority. One way to […]

ITGix is proud to be named among the top outsourcing companies by Clutch, ratings and review platform, based in Washington DC. We were considered for this honor because of our service offerings in cloud consulting, managed services, and IT strategy consulting. The shortlist was a part of Clutch’s Global Awards which recognizes the top service providers in the B2B […]

MESSAGE ORIENTED MIDDLEWARE (MOM) MOM is а connectivity software that consists of a set of services that allow multiple applications running on one or more machines to interact across a network. Message queuing applications use asynchronous processing to send and receive messages. They read and operate on the messages independently.In its simplest form a message sent […]

This tutorial explains how to set-up the check_oracle_health script (credits to Gerhard Lausser) to work on your Nagios environment on CentOS (or any RedHat-based Linux). This Nagios plugin allows monitoring many oracle DB parameters – like tablespaces size, session, process count, SGA pool, etc. Check it out on the author’s web set.The hardest part of […]

WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF A TOOL LIKE SALTSTACK AND A BETTER QUESTION, WHAT PROBLEM DOES IT SOLVE? The two main purposes of SaltStack are configuration management and remote execution. You have probably heard or used one of the more popular alternatives of SaltStack – Ansible, Puppet, or Chef. All of them pretty much accomplish the same goal. I like Salt […]

Since you are here, you have probably heard of Docker. When you search it in Google the first result is: “Docker – Build, Ship, and Run Any App, Anywhere” – don’t believe me, try it yourself. That sounds great but in the means of Privacy and protecting your intellectual property, it doesn’t. This is because […]

In addition to the article about the PeerVPN installation and configuration, I will now show you a more advanced and quite ‘modern’ way to provision several servers and get your VPN client up really fast. You’ve probably heard of Ansible already. Well, one of its use cases is exactly what we need here: Configuration Manager. Many […]