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HardCore4Zenoss BoF @ LISA 2011, BostonSimon Jakesch, simon@zenoss.com
State of Affairs     ●         3.x has been out for about 1.5 years     ●         about 70% of users on 3.x     ●         ...
3.x Lifetime     ●         UI issues are resolved     ●         completed SNMPv3 support (incl. Traps)     ●         more ...
3.x Problems     ●         increased number of async. requests     ●         big number of components and devices     ●   ...
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Core 4: High Level Goals     ●         solve current problems     ●         prepare platform for the future     ●         ...
RRDCached    ●        lowered IO load    ●        improved collection capabilities per        collector7
Common Collector Framework    ●        common functionality has been abstracted    ●        improved consitency across all...
RelStorage and memcached    ●        CMDB/Zope data is no longer stored in flat file but        MySQL instead    ●        ...
Re-written Event System      ●          RabbitMQ as event system backbone      ●          multi-stage/process event pipeli...
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Core 4 Timelines      ●          code available for build in January      ●          alphas available at roughly the same ...
Other Changes     ●         Open Source release of zenwinperf     ●         improved ZenPack landscape     ●         nativ...
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These slides are a compare and contrast between Core 3 and Core 4.

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An Introduction to Core 4

  1. 1. HardCore4Zenoss BoF @ LISA 2011, BostonSimon Jakesch, simon@zenoss.com
  2. 2. State of Affairs ● 3.x has been out for about 1.5 years ● about 70% of users on 3.x ● new UI is helping especially new users2
  3. 3. 3.x Lifetime ● UI issues are resolved ● completed SNMPv3 support (incl. Traps) ● more pages transitioned3
  4. 4. 3.x Problems ● increased number of async. requests ● big number of components and devices ● lots of events4
  5. 5. 5
  6. 6. Core 4: High Level Goals ● solve current problems ● prepare platform for the future ● improve reliability and scale ● provide further plugin points6
  7. 7. RRDCached ● lowered IO load ● improved collection capabilities per collector7
  8. 8. Common Collector Framework ● common functionality has been abstracted ● improved consitency across all collection8
  9. 9. RelStorage and memcached ● CMDB/Zope data is no longer stored in flat file but MySQL instead ● MySQL 5.5.15+ required to take advantage of new InnoDB plugin ● memcached for intermediary/shared cache for all clients of CMDB/Zope data9
  10. 10. Re-written Event System ● RabbitMQ as event system backbone ● multi-stage/process event pipeline ● Lucene index backed event store ● multi-threaded Java based event service with REST api10
  11. 11. 11
  12. 12. Core 4 Timelines ● code available for build in January ● alphas available at roughly the same time ● release end of February ● move to Github and JIRA April/March12
  13. 13. Other Changes ● Open Source release of zenwinperf ● improved ZenPack landscape ● native CentOS/RH 6.x builds ● Core development on Github ● switch to JIRA13

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