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Last updated on Mar 02, 2017
Last updated on Oct 14, 2015
It's time to put Opsview Community to bed! Opsview Community was last released in April 2012 and has been deprecated for over a ... Core . For more information about the differences between Community and Core click here . We have left the repositories open ...
Last updated on May 19, 2016
... this in mind, we recently unveiled our brand new Opsview Community Page, containing the most important happenings in the world of ... To give you a better idea of what you can expect from our Community Page, here is a guide of five things you can access on the page that ...
Last updated on Oct 14, 2015
... and trial software without the restraints that a ‘trial license’ provides. A lot of people used Opsview Core.  We get it. ... offering, then there is no testing of the features by the community / free users – meaning the ‘testing benefit’ of a free product ...
Last updated on Mar 02, 2017
... latest trends and views of popular names in the open source community.  The featured speakers include PayPal Head of Open Source ... a mini conference covering the latest news on the Ubuntu community and how to improve. For more information on #SCALE15X and to see ...
Last updated on Oct 14, 2015
... some more detail might be helpful to our customers and community members. Opsview Enterprise Our flagship monitoring ... of community users for Opsview Core and will continue to license it under GPL v2. Why are you making these changes? These ...
Last updated on Apr 12, 2017
... maintained as part of the Elasticsearch project and community plugins that are externally provided and licensed by individual ...
Last updated on Oct 14, 2015
... your OS Archictecture from http://communities.vmware.com/community/vmtn/developer/forums/vsphere_sdk_perl Step 2 On the ... CLI You must read and accept the vSphere CLI End User License Agreement to continue. Press enter to display it. Accept the licence ...
Last updated on Oct 14, 2015
... Jonathan Corbet said that it now takes about 63 days for the community to build a new Linux kernel milestone. Along with this revelation, ... and it will be interesting to evaluate how far the Linux community can advance as well as how quickly they can do it.  New ...
Last updated on Aug 11, 2016