I am a fan of monitoring. And of (implementing) Alfresco. There are too many organizations that could do better with some monitoring, for a whole bunch of business reasons. Especially at the start of the project until their IT department can catch up using their own tools, or from the starting point onward. I roughly know what Icinga can do, I know why an organization needs to have monitoring. I got the Icinga Virtual Appliance up and running and monitoring Alfresco at some 30-something parameters (Thanks for the plugin Tony de la Fuente, also note his Lightning Talk at the Alfresco DevCon 2012). Now I discovered Ansible, and I have a dream… Then this book arrived at my inbox… Continue reading ‘Review of “Icinga Network Monitoring”’
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When Packt Publishing approached me for a review of ‘Alfresco Share‘ by Amita Bhandari, Pallika Majmudar and Vinita Choudhary, I was mostly curious. I was biased about the book; I expected ‘Yet Another Beginners Guide’. It was that and I was positively surprised too! Continue reading ‘Review of ‘Alfresco Share’’
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Recently, I was approached by Packt publishing if I would be interested in reviewing the Alfresco 3 Cookbook – quick answers to common problems. I like to cook, so I agreed. In short; I expected to cook, stirr and fry, but got a thorough guided tour through the ingredients and the kitchen.
The Cookbook is a great book if you’re a starter on Alfresco. I see many people start out with Alfresco and get overwhelmed with the possibilities. – This is their book.