Transitiv are proud to sponsor OggCamp 2012 held at Liverpool John Moores University on 18/19th August.
OggCamp is the biggest community organised Linux event in the UK. Now in its fourth year, this annual unconference focuses not only on free software but also on open hardware hacking and free culture. OggCamp is a 2 day event which celebrates Free Software and Free Culture by bringing together top developers, artists, hackers and community heroes to share ideas, collaborate, educate and hopefully entertain. It began back in 2009 by taking up the mantle from the successful LugRadio Live annual bash. Since then it’s grown to become by far the biggest and best Linux & Open Source event in the UK. It’s a community gathering with a friendly feel and not just another bland corporate IT event.
Transitiv staff will be attending the event and we look forward to ... Read morePublished Wednesday, 29 June 2011
This release includes some minor bug fixes, PNP4Nagios graph template improvements and a new plugin to check memory usage on Cisco devices. A complete list of changes is available here.
We are also now providing native packages for Debian and CentOS/RHEL 5. Have a look at our resources page for more information.
Memory usage on Cisco devices is split into distinct "pools". This new plugin will ensure that the usage of each pool is within the provided warning and critical thresholds, and performance data is generated for each individual pool. The following images demonstrate the PNP4Nagios graphs generated for a Cisco 877 router using the included template:
If you find these plugins useful or have any comments or suggestions then please get in touch!
Press Release: Transitiv Technologies Ltd and op5 AB join forces to deliver open source IT-monitoring in the UKPublished Thursday, 09 June 2011
London – 9th June 2011 – Transitiv Technologies Ltd and op5 AB today announced a collaboration to deliver modern, open source based, unified IT-monitoring solutions for Government and Enterprise customers in the United Kingdom.
More than half of all software purchases made over the next five years will be open source, according to 56 of all respondents in a significant survey released on May 16th* 2011. Open source based solutions are superior to their proprietary counterparts in terms of vendor independence, speed of innovation, flexibility and last but not least cost effectiveness.
Cloud computing, virtualization and outsourcing bring significant cost savings both from a opex and capex perspective, with that comes an exponentially increasing level of complexity as organizations have to rely on virtual machines and service ... Read more
Transitiv Technologies will be on the Open Government stand at the UK's leading event for government ICT, the Guardian's SmartGov Live exhibition on 14th & 15th June at the Excel London.
IT is at the heart of cost savings across the public sector and Transitiv will be there showing the Open Source 'Nagios based' op5 Monitor to ICT professionals. We will be demonstrating that even in these times of austerity, organisations can reap the benefits of proactively monitoring, maintaining, supporting and helping to stabilise technical systems around the clock with little or no manual intervention required. As such, serious potential problems can be rapidly identified before they turn into critical issues that may affect the stability of an entire IT infrastructure.