NetEye 4 Unified Monitoring Training (DE)

Required knowledge 

  • Basic network and monitoring knowledge

Target group

  • IT administrators, who are using WÜRTHPHOENIX NetEye 4 or who are planning to implement it

Date & Location

  • 03.09.2019 - 05.09.2019, from 09:00 till 17:00
  • Würth Phoenix Training Center, Kravoglstraße 4, 39100 Bozen, Italy (Training in German language)

Required material

  • The participants should use their own laptop with a pre-installed web browser (preferably Google Chrome)

The Trainer

  • Patrick Zambelli, Product Manager at Würth Phoenix
  • Material regarding the training and the certification exam are always provided in English

Costs

  • Training: € 1.690 (excl. of VAT)
  • Certification: € 120 (excl. of VAT)

Contents

  • Introduction to monitoring and the Icinga2 project
  • Overview of graphical configuration for monitoring in NetEye 4 with Director
  • Practical examples of monitoring objects and Icinga 2's rule based configuration
  • Agent-based monitoring: the configuration and deployment possibilities for Windows and Linux Systems
  • Monitoring results: visualization and dashboarding
  • Performance data visualization in the NetEye Analytics dashboard
  • Maps and general visualization with NagVis
  • Monitoring automation: importing hosts from Active Directory, VMware and CSV files.
  • Configuring dependencies via rule-based assignments
  • Configuration of notifications and notification escalations
  • Basic monitoring aggregation by combining monitoring results
  • Database monitoring, VMware hosts and guests monitoring
  • IDO database structure and the possibilities for data queries
  • Certification Exam

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