My new book is finally released. It’s a complete re-write to Cacti 1.x
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A new project has been started based on the phpIP software which the nmidPhpIP plugin was based on.
The goal of this new project is to update phpIP for PDO, some better seurity and an updated user interface. The source will be released under the GPLv2 and is hosted here:
As of today, CereusReporting for Cacti 3.01 has been released. This version enables Cacti 1.x.x support.
Look here for some screenshots and a feature list: https://www.urban-software.com/products/cereusreporting-professional-pdf-reports-for-cacti/
Here’s a little post on how to run a Cacti and MySQL instance using docker.
I’t based on the million12/mariadb and polinux/cacti docker image and should get you started with it.
The closed BETA for CeruesReporting 3.01 which is compatible with Cacti 1.x has started. You can participate by ordering the free BETA product from here.
The BETA slots are limited.
Ever heard of Alyvix ? That’s a free environment for monitoring application performance by emulating an end-user interacting with the real application. I’ve created a monitoring agent for the QAD/ERP software that allows one to measure the login time as well as the performance of different programs and queries throughout the day from an end-user perspektive. The data can be retrieved from the Monitoring workstation using a REST gateway in order to be displayed within Cacti.
Look at the attached graphs for the result:
Version 3.0 has been released. The new version can be downloaded from the product download page. Please note that the new version requires a new license file for the commercial product. Please contact support prior to upgrading to this version.
The Beta version of CereusReporting Version 3.0 Standard Edition has been released. The new version includes an improved user interface as well as multiple enhancements for the Personal, Professional and Business Editions. Regular Expressions based Graph and Host selection as well as Tree-Based item selections have been added and the user interface has been improved for easier Report generation. Look here for more information
There’s a new HowTo available for installing Grafana on a CentOs 7 system. You can use that along with the influxdb howto to get a target system up and running to be used with the CereusTransporter plugin. Follow this link for more details: HowTo Install Grafana on CentOs 7