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- Add plugins to Windows and Linux agents
- Set up vSphere monitoring successfully
- Easy to follow, step-by-step guide on how to get your Opsview system up and running
OpenStack Heat orchestration makes it easy to build templates for application deployment and auto-scaling. The built-in resource types offer access to many of the existing OpenStack services. However, you may need to integrate with an internal CMDB or service registry, or configure some other services outside of OpenStack as you launch your application. In this post I will explain how you can add your own custom Heat resources to extend Heat orchestration to meet your needs.
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This book is for anyone interested in using Opsview as a potential monitoring solution or for those who are already running Opsview Core and who would like to improve on their setup by exploring the features of Pro and Enterprise.
Some working knowledge of monitoring and Linux is assumed, and it is recommended to have an Opsview system at hand while reading, allowing you to immediately try out the features discussed.