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From Dag Sonstebo <>
Subject Re: Cloudstack - Monitoring
Date Mon, 19 Oct 2015 08:23:58 GMT
+1 for Zenoss - I¹m not directly involved like Andrew, but I did a POC a
couple years back and was impressed with features, ease of use, etc.

Dag Sonstebo
Cloud Architect

On 18/10/2015 18:13, "Andrew Kirch" <> wrote:

>Depends on the DSLAM brand, but we support any SNMPv2-MIBs out of the box.
>We have 2 Ubiquiti ZenPacks submitted by the community, and you can extend
>Zenoss further using Nagios plugins, or by writing your own ZenPacks.
>If you have further questions feel free to contact me on my work e-mail
>, as I'm pretty sure this isn't the Zenoss-Advertising
>mailing list, and I don't want to overstep :)
>On Sun, Oct 18, 2015 at 12:04 PM, Jeremy Peterson <>
>> Currently we are 4 hypervisors
>> With about 30 VM's  between 18 VR's
>> We are upgrading the corporate esx servers this year still so four more
>> servers will be moving to the CloudStack enviroment.
>> CloudStack + XS = 0 licensing
>> ESX = $$$
>> Like I mentioned before the VM's may or may not need monitoring as that
>> will only apply to us offering management to those customers.
>> SaltStack is amazing and will do a lot of the deployment and automation
>> for us but yes Zenoss does look decent but I also need something that
>> check multiple DSLAM's, Valere's, even custom SNMP checks for Ubinquity
>> AP's being down.
>> Jeremy
>> ________________________________________
>> From: Andrew Kirch <>
>> Sent: Sunday, October 18, 2015 1:32 AM
>> To:
>> Subject: Re: Cloudstack - Monitoring
>> I'm going to shamelessly plug Zenoss, we have ZenPacks for both
>> and Xenserver which should give you deep monitoring of both.
>> I say shameless, because I am the Zenoss Community Manager.
>> On Fri, Oct 16, 2015 at 5:25 PM, Jeremy Peterson <>
>> wrote:
>> > We are looking at a new monitoring software for our corporate
>> > environment.  Management has requested that CloudStack and XenServer
>> > added to that monitoring software.  One of the software titles we are
>> > looking at is DataDogHQ.
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > Does anyone use a 3rd party software to monitor process's in your
>> > cloudstack server farm and hypervisor?
>> >
>> > jeremy
>> >

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