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On November 18th, 2021, Centreon held a virtual event for its French-speaking community.Thanks to all who participated whether by watching, chatting with the Centreon team or coming to the Open Bar!To watch a replay of all the sessions, visit the Centreon YouTube channel through the links below, and if you are not familiar with French, stay tuned for English content coming forward!Plénière d'Ouverture - Centreon en 2021 et au-delà Tour d'horizon de Centreon : 30 minutes pour découvrir la plateforme et comprendre quelle édition est faite pour vous Déploiement d'une plateforme Centreon distribuée, sécurisée, de A à Z Zoom sur la toute dernière version 21.10 de Centreon Supervision des infrastructures hybrides : restons zen ! Gestion des alertes, gestion d'incidents, avec Centreon Business-Aware Monitoring : méthodologie d'implémentation d'une supervision qui réponde aux exigences métier Témoignage HubOne : quand la supervision aide à garantir la qualité des services managés
The place to be for all things relating to the Centreon universe … and more. I’m pleased to welcome you to The Watch, the new way to connect with the broader Centreon community. In this brief introduction, I’m hoping to answer some of your initial questions on The Watch—and send you on your way to productive and enlightening conversations with fellow Watchers, including knowledgeable Centreonians. Why The Watch, a Centreon community? We want you to enjoy an immersive community experience. The Watch not only brings people together, but also connects them to the information and insights they need, helping them achieve a variety of purposes all in one place. Our other collaborative channels, such as Slack and Github remain open, but The Watch is where our collective knowledge will reside from now on—so please make yourself at home too!And in case you’re wondering: The Watch is the perfect name for a community focused on watching over IT performance. Now this community is yours to contrib
It was a real pleasure to meet you (IRL, finally!) last week during the Open Source Experience in Paris!This tradeshow was a perfect occasion for us to meet you and to discuss about your Centreon projects, your IT monitoring needs and challenges, but also the importance of IT automation In case you missed it, two Centreonians led a french-speaking talk during the event:Managing the risks to the dependencies of an open source project – David BoucherThe bintray server shut down on 1st May 2021. The dependencies of our open source Centreon-Engine and Centreon-Broker software were no longer accessible. It is impossible to compile a new version. How to best manage the dependencies on external projects in an open source product. Are there any long-term, risk-free solutions or is this pure fantasy? We can illustrate this point by means of the experience we had in May 2021.Orchestrate machine learning models with opensource tools – Denis RousselMany tutorials exist for creating machine learnin
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Hi and welcome to The Watch, the Centreon Community. We are so glad to have you onboard! Here are five tips which will help you for a great start: 1. Complete your profile information Everybody likes to know who they are speaking to. By adding more information to your profile, you are more likely to receive better and quicker replies from other users.In order to complete your profile information, go to the "My Profile" page. On this page, you can add:A profile picture (you can add a picture of you or what you like) A signature (a sentence which will be displayed at the bottom of all of your posts) The country and the city that you are from 2. Don't be afraid to ask ♂️Sometimes new users are afraid to start their own question or discussion, but you should not be afraid to do that - there is no such thing as a stupid question. Should a reply to you (or in an already existing discussion) be too technical or complicated, don't hesitate to ask about it. Only this way other users know that
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