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Ethan Galstad: Founder @ Nagios
Ethan is the creator of Nagios from its early days as "NetSaint" in 1999. He currently serves as the President of Nagios Enterprises and is involved in development, architectural design, and various management duties.
Ask Nagios! An Open Discussion On Future Directions and Technology
Scott Wilkerson: IT Manager @ Nagios
Scott is the IT Manager at Nagios Enterprises. He has a degree in Computer Programming as well as almost 20 years experience in the IT industry, 12 in senior management. Away from work he enjoys vacationing with his family, hunting & fishing.
Ask Nagios! An Open Discussion On Future Directions and Technology
Unlocking the Power of Nagios XI – Advanced Features
Michael Medin: NSClient++ Developer
Michael Medin is a senior architect and open source developer and has (among other things) written NSClient++ - a popular agent for monitoring Windows based servers from Nagios. In his not-so-spare time he works as a consultant building middle ware on mainly Oracle using Java, XML and various Web Service and REST technologies. When he is not working diligently at his computer he is often found riding his mountain bike along some rocky single track in the glorious Swedish countryside.
NSClient++ - Whats New
Fernando Honig: IT Operations @ Intel Corporation
Fernando has 10 years of Linux System Administration experience. During last 2 years was working at Intel Corporation in the monitoring of web applications side. He among others started to use different tools like Nagios to monitoring the whole infrastructure. Fernando also works as a Sysadmin for different clients in Argentina, mostly newspapers web portal. He loves soccer and travel around the world.
Monitoring: How To Grow Up and Not Worry About Things
David Stern: Facilities Manager @ John Hopkins Applied Physics Lab
David Stern traces his use of Nagios back to the Netsaint days. He's set up dozens of highly tailored nagios installs within NASA and the Department of Defense over the course of the last few decades. He's also innovated many unique plug-ins and visual apps.
The Nagios Light-Bar
Dave Williams: Technical Architect @ Bull Information Systems Ltd
I have worked for a number of computer manufacturers and software houses for over 30 years. I design and deliver IT solutions integrating networks with storage and server architectures. I have been using Nagios since my first port of NetSaint to AIX. I use EMC, NetApp, Cisco, Juniper, PowerPC, Intel and High Performance Computing in my everyday job. I have recently begun to evangalise about the Raspberry Pi micro PC system.
The All-in-One Nagios Solution
Janice Singh: Web Developer @ NASA Ames/CSC
Janice Singh has been working with Nagios since 2009. In her spare time she shops for shoes, eats dark chocolate and watches football.
Visualization of Monitoring Data at the NASA Advanced Supercomputing Facility
Jorge Higueros: CEO @ Consulmatic
Jorge Higueros, holds a Master of Computer Security, has Security Offensive certifications, has 8 years of experience in implementations of COBIT, ISO 20000, ISO 27002, has designed a framework for enterprise risk management called SIGRE (System enterprise Risk management) currently is President CSA Central America Chapter, Marketing Director ISACA GUATEMALA CHAPTER and Chairman of Consulmatic company in the Latin American Region.
Trust Management in Monitoring Financial Critical Information Infrastructures and Policy Compliance with Nagios XI
Troy Lea: IT Consultant and Nagios Developer
Self-described jack of all trades. My background is in Microsoft products starting in 1995 with DOS and Windows 3.11. My most recent venture started in 2006 when I implemented a hosted environment using VMware ESX and Windows 2003 / Exchange 2003 based on the "Microsoft Hosted Messaging And Collaboration" solution. These days everyone calls this cloud computing. In 2009 when looking at monitoring products for the hosted environment I came across Nagios XI. Currently I am taking a break from work while I relax after eight years at one company. I enjoy a good game of darts, playing Minecraft and keeping fit.
Leveraging and Understanding Performance Data and Graphs
Yancy Ribbens: Developer @ Nagios Enterprises
Yancy is a developer at Nagios Enterprises. He holds a degree in computer networking and plans to purse further education in the area of Computer Science. While working his way through school, Yancy has nearly 5 years industry experience, providing technical support and contributing to development projects. Yancy is an avid cyclist and former cat3 racer, who enjoys long bike rides and running his favorite dog Chinook.
Nick Scott: Developer @ Nagios Enterprises
Nick Scott is a member of the tech team at Nagios Enterprises. He attends the University of Minnesota studying Electrical and Computer Engineering. In his free time he enjoys hacking in Python, taking things out of context and analytical number theory.
NCPA: A New Cross-Platform Monitoring Agent
Monitoring Network Traffic With Netflow and Nagios Network Analyzer
Jake Omann: Developer @ Nagios Enterprises
Jake Omann is a developer at Nagios Enterprises. He is a recent Winona State University graduate with a degree in Computer Science. When not working or outside he likes building websites, developing web-based applications, and creating computer graphics using Photoshop.
Developing Nagios XI Components and Wizards
Spenser Reinhardt: Tech @ Nagios Enterprises
Spenser is a member of the Technical Support Team at Nagios Enterprises. Past positions in both large and small organizations allowed for a wide variety of technical situations and understanding. He volunteers time to do technical presentations and classes with local security groups, such as Def Con and OWASP. In his free time he enjoys sci-fi books and movies, cycling, pc gaming, and mild-mannered hackery.
Securing Your Nagios Server
Intro to Network Monitoring Using Nagios Network Analyzer and NSTI
Andy Brist: Tech @ Nagios Enterprises
Visualizing Your Monitoring Data
Ludmil Miltchev: Tech @ Nagios Enterprises
Ludmil is a member of the tech team at Nagios Enterprises. He likes Linux and Open Source, and enjoys testing software, and finding bugs.
Troubleshooting Common Issues In Nagios
Shamas Demoret: Sales Tech @ Nagios Enterprises
Shamas is a Sales Tech at Nagios Enterprises. His love of technology began at an early age, inspired by science fiction and cyberpunk books. In his free time he likes to read, draw, play PVP online games and strategy boardgames, and hone various skills.
Power Up! The Multifaceted Benefits and Capabilities of Nagios
A Walthrough Of Nagios XI's Features and Capabilities
Sam Lansing: Tech @ Nagios Enterprises
Sam is a member of the tech team at Nagios Enterprises. He has been a geek since he could pick up a screwdriver and open a desktop case, and is currently attending Minneapolis Community and Technical College for a portion of his Software Development degree. Most of his time aside from work is spent with one part studying, one part gaming and one part hanging out with room mates and family.
Getting Started With Nagios XI, Core, and Fusion
Getting Started With Nagios Incident Manager and Nagios Network Analyzer
Eric Stanley: Nagios Developer
Eric was first introduced to technology by a computer science class in high school. He has a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Minnesota and currently holds a certification as a Red Hat Certified Engineer. He began his career as a software developer working first with early databases and then as an embedded software developer, writing in C. In the late 90's he switched his emphasis to IT after having been introduced to Linux, although he maintains an active involvement in software development.
What's New In Nagios Core 4
Luis Contreras: Community Leader @ Nagios
Luis Contreras works as SAP Basis Netweaver Administrator. He is involved in several Opensource Organizations like: Nagios Community Leader for Dominican Republic, Latinux from Venezuela as Linux Certification Coordinator, CISL (Congreso Internacional de Software Libre) from Argentina as Ambassador for Dominican Republic for this congress and recently MongoDB Community. He has worked as System Administrator for important company as IKEA at Dominican Republic. Since 2005 he has given conferences about Linux, Nagios and Security over Linux in some universities in his country. He also offers Linux & Nagios consulting.
Case Study: Nagios in WindTelecom World
Sheeri Cabral: Database Administrator @ Mozilla
Sheeri K. Cabral has a master’s degree in computer science specializing in databases from Brandeis University and a background in systems administration. Unstoppable as a volunteer and activist since age 14, Cabral founded and organizes the Boston, Massachusetts, USA, MySQL User Group and is the creator and co-host of OurSQL: The MySQL Database Community Podcast, available on iTunes. She was the first MySQL Oracle ACE Director, and is the founder (and current treasurer) of Technocation, Inc., a not-for-profit organization providing resources and educational grants for IT professionals. She wrote the MySQL Administrator’s Bible and has been a technical editor for high-profile O’Reilly books such as High Performance MySQL 2nd Edition and CJ Date’s SQL and Relational Theory.
Alerting With MySQL and Nagios
Rodrigo Faria: Community Leader @ Nagios
Rodrigo Faria is a member of the Nagios community and has 15 years experience with telecommunications. He is an Independent Security Consultant and works on large telecommunications projects with Cisco, Fortinet, Juniper, Checkpoint, Sonicwall, routing, ips, UTM, etc. He has worked with Nagios since version 0.99 of Nagios Core. He is from Brazil and loves soccer.
Helping Nagios Grow in Your Country - Brazil As A Test Case
John Lowry: Security Engineer @ Hypermedia Systems
John is a security engineer for a managed hosting provider, working on a dedicated security team that monitors network security, web app security, PII, and PCI requirements. His is the sysadmin for the security team, monitoring the systems they require to get their job done as well as writing tools for better reporting and alerting of possible breaches or active attacks. John has worked in IT in a security/systems administration related capacity since 2006 and been using Nagios since day one. He has not given much to the Nagios Core project or open source in general, aside from helping other out on mailing lists and a few nagios plugins, so he also feels like he owes a lot of people beer at this conference.
Using Nagios as a Security Monitoring Framework
Pall Sigurdsson: Nagios Consultant @ Opin Kerfi
Since 2004, Pall Sigurdsson has been an open source consultant with focus on open monitoring tools and configuration management systems like puppet. Currently, Pall's focus is on improving the Nagios community by contributing to projects such as okconfig, pynag and Adagios.
Adagios - Web Configuration Done Right
Thomas Dunbar: Storage/Database Coordination @ Intermountain Healthcare
Having retired early from Virginia Tech's Oracle DBA group, which uses Nagios as their primary monitoring framework, I was recruited to help Intermountain Healthcare's Storage team better support the DBA groups at IHC. While we use commercial monitoring tools here at IHC, the day to day work and on-call tasks of the Storage team require a flexibility and configurability not available in many tools. Given an open-source background (I'm in the Linux Credits file for early supporting work there related to TeX), I naturally looked to Nagios Core as a framework for building our specific storage monitoring resources.
Building Technology for Storage Systems Monitoring
Leland Lammert: Chief Scientist @ Omnitec Corporation
Dr. Lammert is a Technologist specializing in Open Source Software Chief Scientist at Omnitec Corporation. One of Omnitec's specialties is creating Nagios systems in a multi-platform environment (Windows, Linux, Mac), using active checks.
Nagios in a Multi-Platform Environment
Marcel Hecko: DevOps @ theregister.co.uk
Started a not-for-profit organization developing open wireless networks all around Europe during high school. Started to be interested in open source afterwards. Did consultations for banking and heavy industry in open-source technologies. Deployed and mantained one of the biggest installations of Nagios and Zabbix in Slovakia for the largest bank in Slovakia. Now a DevOps lead for theregister.co.uk news portal with the tech team based in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Extending Nagios - Inputs and Outputs
Eric Loyd: Founder and CEO @ Bitnetix
Eric Loyd is the founder and CEO of Bitnetix Incorporated, an IT consulting and systems integration company located in Rochester, New York. Bitnetix has been providing VoIP service to small businesses and non-profits since 2007. In 2012, Bitnetix formed SmartVox and re-designed their global VoIP service offering to take advantage of the AWS platform. Mr. Loyd presented “Nagios Implementation Case: Eastman Kodak” at Nagios World 2012. He has over 25 years of IT experience, 10 years in senior management, and is a musician, photographer, amateur astronomer, and aspiring serial entrepreneur.
Nagios, AWS, and Hosted VoIP Or, “How to automatically scale your platform to match your demand”
From “Bare [Virtual] Metal” to Nagios Core on Amazon Web Services
William Leibzon: Open Source Consultant
William is an open-source consultant who has contributed to Nagios Core and has been developing plugins and addons to nagios for the last 10 years. He has helped to setup monitoring and systems architecture for many companies and currently helps part-time as a cloud systems architect at online gaming startup. He is also pursuing PhD degree at the University of California where his research interests include parallel and distributed computing, games theory, graph theory, cognitive science and systems modeling in social science, He enjoys hiking and camping and does archaeology work as a hobby in the summer.
SNMP Monitoring Architecture with Nagios
BoF Session: Nagios Plugin Thresholds
James Clark: Systems Monitoring Administrator @ Big Apparel Company
I have been in the IT industry for 22+ years and have been using Nagios for the past 10. I used XI during the final few years at my last job and quickly got it purchased when I was hired as the Systems Monitoring Administrator at a large apparel company.
Integrating On-Call Schedules with Nagios
Arup Chakrabarti: Operations Engineering Team Lead @ PagerDuty
Arup has been working in the space of software operations since 2007. He started out at as an Operations Engineer at Amazon, helping to reduce customer defects with multiple teams for the Amazon Marketplace. Since then, he has managed and built operations teams at Amazon and Netflix to help improve availability and reliability. He currently works at PagerDuty, where he is the Operations Engineering Team Lead.
What you should Monitor and Alert on in a Production System
Daniel Wittenberg: Manager IT R&D Monitoring @ IPsoft
Dan has been a Unix/Linux admin for over 18 years and a Netsaint / Nagios user for almost 12 of those. Having worked as a consultant in many industries has given him a broad range of monitoring expertise. He has written many custom plugins and event brokers and also contributed patches and updates to many others. He is also an avid open source promoter and uses it whenever possible. Having managed environments for fortune 50 companies and ones with over 600 Nagios servers and over a million service checks has given him a unique perspective on scaling and integration.
Scaling Nagios Core 4.x
Rodrigue Chakode: Research Engineer @ SysFera
Rodrigue Chakode holds a PhD in computing science. Before his PhD, he worked in an consulting company integrating IT monitoring and backup solutions for data centers. Strong supporter of free software and passionate with open source monitoring, he started in 2010 writing the first lines of the software that has become RealOpInsight. Currently, he work as Research Engineer for a company providing open source software for distributed computing and cloud computing.
Effective Monitoring for Demanding Operations Environments
Mike Weber: Lead Trainer and President @ Cybermontana Inc.
Mike Weber provides the Official Nagios Training, Basic and Advanced classes for Nagios. Cybermontana Inc. (spidertools.com) is a Nagios Training Partner and also provides training for CentOS, Ubuntu and Postfix mail servers since 1999.
Leveraging SNMP Extensions with Nagios
Distributed Monitoring with Raspberry Pi
Avleen Vig: Staff Operations Engineer @ Etsy
Avleen is a Staff Operations Engineer at Etsy, where he spends much of his time growing the infrastructure for selling knitted gloves and cross-stitch periodic tables. Before joining Etsy he worked at several large tech companies, including EarthLink and Google, as well as a number of small successful startups.
Nagios at Etsy: How a Handmade Marketplace Grew its Monitoring with Nagios
Nicolas Brousse: Director of Operations Engineering @ TubeMogul
Nicolas is Director of Operations Engineering at Tubemogul. He worked for the past 12 years in many industry leading french start-up. From web hosting to online video services like Multimania, Lycos, Kewego. Nicolas gained experienced working with heavy traffic and large user databases. By joining Tubemogul - a Brand-Focused Video Marketing Company - he helped growing the infrastructure from 20 servers to over 800 servers and handle over 10 billions HTTP requests per day.
Bringing Business Awareness to Your Operation Team
John Sellens: System Administrator and Developer
John Sellens has been a system administrator for over 25 years, and has been teaching tutorials on Nagios and monitoring since 2001. He has implemented Nagios in many different environments over the years, and has created or "improved" more plugins and related tools than he can remember. He is the developer of the MonBOX Remote Monitoring Appliance, and is a member of the IT/Operations team at FreshBooks in Toronto.
Monitoring Remote Locations with Nagios