- Copertina flessibile: 358 pagine
- Editore: PACKT PUBLISHING (31 gennaio 2014)
- Lingua: Inglese
- ISBN-10: 1783283491
- ISBN-13: 978-1783283491
- Peso di spedizione: 771 g
- Media recensioni: 5.0 su 5 stelle Visualizza tutte le recensioni (2 recensioni clienti)
- Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon:
Mastering Zabbix (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 20 dic 2013
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Andrea Dalle Vacche
Andrea Dalle Vacche is a highly skilled IT Professional with over 12 years of industry experience. He graduated from Univerista' degli Studi di Ferrara with an Information Technology certification. This laid the technology foundation, which Andrea has built on ever since. He has acquired various other industry respected accreditations, which include Cisco, Oracle, RHCE, ITIL, and of course Zabbix. Throughout his career he has worked on many large-scale environments, often in roles which have been very complex on a consultant basis. This has further enhanced his growing skill set, adding to his practical knowledge base and concreting his appetite for theoretical technical study. His love for Zabbix came from his time spent in the Oracle world as a Database Administrator/Developer. His time was spent mainly reducing "ownership costs" with specialization in monitoring and automation. This is where he came across Zabbix and the flexibility, both technically and administratively, it offered. Using this as a launch pad, it inspired Andrea to develop Orabbix, the first open source software to monitor Oracle completely integrated with Zabbix.
Andrea has published a number of articles on Zabbix-related software such as DBforBIX. His projects are publicly available on his website http://www.smartmarmot.com. Currently, Andrea is working for a leading global investment bank in a very diverse and challenging environment. His involvement is vast and deals with many aspects of the Unix/Linux platforms as well as paying due diligence to many different kinds of third-party software, which are strategically aligned to the bank's technical roadmap.
Stefano Kewan Lee
Stefano Kewan Lee is an IT Consultant with 10 years of experience in system integration, security, and administration. He is a certified Zabbix specialist in Large Environments, holds a Linux administration certification from the LPI, and a GIAC GCFW certification from SANS Institute. When he's not busy breaking websites, he lives in the countryside with two cats and two dogs and practices martial arts.
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Questo libro e' provvidenziale: basato sull'esperienza degli autori riporta esempi dettagliati di installazione e setup, sia a livello di rdbms (partizionamento tabelle, etc) nonché il modo corretto per gestire proxy e nodi per il monitoring di stazioni remote.
Sicuramente adattero' le mie installazioni sulla base di tali consigli e linee guida!
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Easy to read language and high-quality printing.
Much attention is paid to the system security.
Detailed, step by step implementation of high availability system (Based on PostgreSQL).
Excellent chapter about data visualization.
Useful chapter with example of Zabbix integration with helpdesk system.
I was expecting a book written based on Zabbix 2.2.0, as stated in the description on Amazon, unfortunately the book is written by 2.0.0 , which makes the information out of her obsolete, moreover, is not even disclosed innovations 2.0.0 properly.
Zabbix installation and work with MySQL are completely ignored in this book. The author argues that usage of PostgreSQL for Zabbix gain much faster result. Tests from Zabbix conf shows that to achieve high speed PostgreSQL must be qualitatively tuned. Even after that PostgreSQL does not win in speed, and if and a win, only in stability with big data.
In the book, there are no links to the official documentation , in general very little reference book that leaves the reader without any additional material.
The author does not mention virtualization in any place of the book.
Although the book is written about version 2.0.0 , where low level discovery appeared - there is almost no info about this important and time saving future. (There is total three pages about LLD in this book, of which 1.5 code and screenshot)
I found it most interesting to see what topics they covered as the book title states, “Mastering Zabbix” vs. not covered. Many things I’ve done with Zabbix are not discussed in the book and many things I haven’t done with Zabbix are discussed in the book.
I would say the book is a good resource for anyone who has installed Zabbix and has done some basic things with it. Now that they got their feet wet and are looking to get more out of the software, get the book!
The book covers some very advanced scenarios which I’m not sure should be in the book, but they are. One of which is High Availability. HA in Linux can be done different ways. I’ve done it, it’s not easy. If you haven’t done HA in Linux, then the book will probably shorten the learning curve, but it’s not a cookie cutter system. You’ll end up reading a lot of other docs/books on HA before you’re done.
Overall, it’s a useful book. It’s not perfectly written and easy to follow in some places, but since you probably already have your feet wet, it’s not bad. Definitely worth the online price. I would have bought it if there was a book when I started with Zabbix!
Zabbix 101 would have been a misleading titlle, but here we are talking about Mastering Zabbix. You need a working zabbix server and installation is not covered in detail, well you have the official manual, but there's a lot of informationin this book.
I don't have a huge high availability enviroment, but found extremely useful information about distributed monitoring.
My point is I've found all the information I needed on it, plus some extra knowledge I might use in the future.