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SQL Server Monitoring
By Opsview Team, Administrator
Active Checks are performed by Monitoring Plugins and are the most common and popular way of monitoring hosts.
Extending Puppet into your Monitoring Environment
By ,
Opsview has introduced the Opsview Puppet Module, which automatically registers compute instances for monitoring within Opsview Monitor. 
Elastic Stack
By Opsview Team, Administrator
Make Opsview a central source of global IT insight - use Results Exporter to quickly integrate with Elastic Stack
Exporting Results to Elastic Stack
By Megan Woodhall, Marketing Assistant
Opsview Monitor’s Results Exporter lets you send monitoring data to log servers and all kinds of analytics tools and services.
Results Exporter lets Opsview 6.1 users integrate with Splunk and other analytics platforms
By Owen Jenkins, Technical Intern
The Results Exporter component makes it easy to export your results out of Opsview for ingestion into analytics applications like Splunk. 
Nagios vs the competion
By Ton Voon, Front-end Developer
One issue that almost all development teams face is how to effectively migrate from one framework or technology to another.
Nagios vs the competion
By Jess Korn, Senior Marketing Manager
Every enterprise organization has a unique set of priorities and requirements surrounding the monitoring of its infrastructure.
Enabling the proxy to afford Opsview with access to the Kubernetes API.
By John Jainschigg, Technical Content Marketing Manager
Learn how to create a Kubernetes cluster with Ansible, then monitor Kubernetes with the new Opsview Kubernetes Opspack.
By Rob Calcroft, Web Developer
How Opsview added JIRA notifications on Slack to increase efficiency in the engineering team. 
Elastic blog
By Nathan Garbacz, Solutions Architect
Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana can be used together as a business system for understanding user behavior.
Windows Monitoring Tools
By Opsview Team, Administrator
By reading our experience using Raspberry Pi as a means of lighting up your monitoring, make sure none of your alerts are ever missed again by anyone...
Monitoring linux servers
By Eric Bernsen, Marketing Analyst
Gain insight into the operational status of your Linux servers and ensure that you are efficiently monitoring them. 
Linux monitoring
By Duncan Ferguson, Opsview Technical Expert
SNMPv3 traps can be quite complicated to configure the first time you go through the process, but when you understand what's going on, everything...
By Nathan Garbacz, Solutions Architect
A network traffic monitor is an incredibly powerful way to understand issues or problems within your IT environment.
Monitoring tools in Linux
By Nathan Garbacz, Solutions Architect
A guide on how to improve the performance of concurrent inserts with MySQL. 
opsview monitor 5.4
By Tom Hayes, VP of Marketing
Does you company have too many tools and too many inconsistencies? Here are three keys to monitoring IT from a single pane of glass. 
By Megan Woodhall, Marketing Assistant
Learn how to monitor network traffic on Juniper EX switches using sFlow collector and Opsview.
Nagios vs the competion
By Opsview Team, Administrator
If you're a dissatisfied Nagios user who is ready to make the switch to Opsview, here is a guide on how to execute a migration that will result in...
Tips on IT Infrastructure monitoring
By Opsview Team, Administrator
One of the common questions we get asked is if vendor supplied MIBs (management information base) are supported for use with Opsview.