One of the original user or our AAG product wanted to know if we could add a new feature to AAG based on his experiences with the notifications sent via Pushover. He was seeing a […]
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Monitoring your IBM i Group PTFs
I am not sure about you, but keeping my IBM i LPAR’s updated to the latest PTF level has always been a challenge! This means I tend to let things fester for some time before […]
Moving backups from NFS to FTP
We previously mentioned how we had moved from a tape backup to using the free IBM backup application (GO BACKUP) to using the NFS capability to move IMGCLG entries to our remote NAS. Initially everything […]
Yet more from AAG
The initial release of AAG has only just made the rounds and yet we already have some new features that we are adding. With the first couple of installs underway we are finding new features […]
Nagios is monitoring the IBM i.
In a recent Post we mentioned that we were working away on a new Nagios build that would form the base for our Nagios monitoring for the IBM i, well we are now very close […]
NEMS and IBM i Monitoring
We have been looking at providing a plug-and-play monitoring solution for the IBM i specifically for our HA4i product after a request from one of our customers (details of this can be found in a […]
Calling an IBM i Service Program using Java.
Recently, we have been working on a project to pull information from the IBM i using java. In order to do most of the heavy lifting we decided to use the JTOpen package. Using their […]
SMS from IBM i for Monitoring
We have been looking at the Nagios monitoring solution for the last few weeks and wanted to add some way of sending SMS alerts out to phones for critical events that require immediate notification. Nagios […]
We have been asked by a customer to help integrate monitoring of our HA4i software into the Nagios XI monitoring solution. Nagios XI is a paid offering that allows lots of your IT infrastructure to […]
IBM i – What to Ask?
Listening to technical conversations during the Annual Conference for Mid-Atlantic Group of IBM i Collaborators (MAGiC)…. I heard some common elements….. “You don’t know, what you don’t know!”…… and sometimes, one can discover there are […]