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Conway's Game of Life in one line of APL - one of the hardest-to-read programs ever written
A consistent coding style makes production code more readable and usable. Here are some tools that Opsview uses to keep our Python and Perl codebases...
Opsview's focus on UI design and user experience makes operators more effective
Design lead, Andy Cary, discusses how Opsview's new design helps reduce cognitive load on system administrators.
Results Exporter lets Opsview 6.1 users integrate with Splunk and other analytics platforms
The Results Exporter component makes it easy to export your results out of Opsview for ingestion into analytics applications like Splunk. 
Opsview ServiceNow Integration
ServiceNow is a suite of modular IT Operations Management (ITOM) solutions engineered to drive IT productivity and efficiency.
Opsview Monitor Splunk Results Exporter
Opsview's new Splunk Results Exporter provides a complete, easy-to-use toolkit for extracting, filtering, and reformatting raw data directly from O
Nagios vs the competion
One issue that almost all development teams face is how to effectively migrate from one framework or technology to another.
A new architecture lets Opsview Monitor 6.0 scale to millions of service checks
Opsview 6's new architecture dramatically enhances performance, scalability, and resilience while preserving 100% Nagios® plugin compatibility.
Alex Burzynski, Chief Architect, on Opsview Monitor 6.0's microservice/messaging architecture
Opsview Monitor 6's microservices monitoring for enterprises and service providers improves scale and automated lifecycle management.
Enabling the proxy to afford Opsview with access to the Kubernetes API.
Learn how to create a Kubernetes cluster with Ansible, then monitor Kubernetes with the new Opsview Kubernetes Opspack.
New Basics Tutorials on Kubernetes.io
Kubernetes’ extraordinary resilience tends to change the emphasis of monitoring from alerting to resource and performance management.