|9.00 am||Opening Session||Tarus Balog and Uwe Bergmann welcome the attendees and give a quick overview of the conference|
|9.30 am||Lecture||Tarus Balog: News about OpenNMS|
|10.40 am||Lecture||Alex Finger: Project Management for NMS Implementations|
|11.40 am||Talk||Jeffrey Gehlbach: Who Pulls the Strings? Integrating OpenNMS with Modern Configuration Management|
|1.30 pm||Talk||Markus Neumann: "Hey Java, give me all your metrics!" Get JMX into your toolbox for monitoring applications with OpenNMS|
|2.30 pm||Talk||Michael Batz: NagVis Integration in OpenNMS|
|3.20 pm||Coffee Break|
|3.50 pm||Lecture||Tarus Balog: Data Collection Tricks|
|4.50 pm||Round Table||Discussions about OpenNMS, Questions and Answers, BarCamp Setup|
|7.00 pm open end||Get together||Leisure time to exchange experiences as well as social networking with complimentary dinner and drinks|
Alex Finger: Project Management for NMS Implementations
You can start to play with OpenNMS for free and without a lot of planning, but at one point you will need to tackle the implementation as a project. Join Alexander Finger for an introduction into project management for OpenNMS projects. The session will be interactive and based on the PMBOK.
Jeffrey Gehlbach: Who Pulls the Strings? Integrating OpenNMS with Modern Configuration Management (talk)
From concept through working code: This talk considers the two most common user stories for OpenNMS integration with modern, conventions-centric configuration management platforms.
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Markus Neumann: "Hey Java, give me all your metrics!" Get JMX into your toolbox for monitoring applications with OpenNMS (talk)
Java-applications are all around and provide valuable services. The Java Management Extension (JMX ) can be used to get the metrics you want to optimize your service. Starting from the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) itself, through application-servers up to your custom Java-application running on them, metrics can be provided. Get long term performance metrics via JMX into OpenNMS.
Michael Batz: NagVis Integration in OpenNMS (talk)
NagVis is a great visualization tool for documenting your network. It is written as an AddOn for Nagios, but with only few extensions, it is easy to integrate in OpenNMS. This talk will show you how to use NagVis in an OpenNMS environment and give you some examples for document your network.
Tarus Balog: Data Collection Tricks (lecture)
OpenNMS data collection is very flexible. Learn how to use the Net-SNMP agent to do secure collection on custom values, as well as leveraging the HTTP collector to track anything from an eBay auction to drinks in a vending machine.
|9.00 am||Get together|
|9.30 am||BarCamp Setup: Participants choose what to work on|
|10.30 am||BarCamp Slot 1 held in 3 parallel tracks|
|11.20 am||BarCamp Slot 2 held in 3 parallel tracks|
|12.00 pm||BarCamp Slot 3 held in 3 parallel tracks|
|1.30 pm||BarCamp Slot 4 held in 3 parallel tracks|
|2.20 pm||BarCamp Slot 5 held in 3 parallel tracks|
|3.00 pm||Coffee Break|
|3.20 pm open end||OpenNMS Round Table|
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