[sf-lug] Nagios & Ethan Galstad at BayLISA Monitoring SIG: Weds, April 9 2008, 7PM
Chris B. Anderson
cba at groundworkopensource.com
Wed Apr 2 14:22:18 PDT 2008
(Hi: You're invited to the BayLISA Monitoring SIG, Weds, April 9 2008,
7PM. See the meeting announcement pasted below: feel free to post it
and/or forward it along to anyone else who might be interested. Many
thanks, and hope to see you there!)
Monitoring SIG XV: Nagios 3.0
A very special SIG: Ethan Galstad, project lead for Nagios, will be in
from Minnesota to talk about the features of the newly-released Nagios
3.0. He'll also be available to field your questions about Nagios in
general and where it's headed.
What: BayLISA Monitoring SIG XV: Nagios 3.0
Who: Anyone interested in IT monitoring issues and tools (newbies
When: Wednesday, April 9 2008, 7PM
Where: GroundWork Open Source, 139 Townsend St., San Francisco
How: 139 Townsend St. is very near AT&T Ballpark. It is one and a half
blocks from the CalTrain Depot. Take the MUNI T or N trolley to 2nd and
King (ballpark stop) or take the 30 or 45 bus (among others) crosstown.
Allow extra travel time as the Giants are playing a home game that
evening (vs. the Padres, 7:15PM start) so all the streets, sidewalks,
and public transit around our office will be packed. DO NOT DRIVE unless
you're willing to sit in gridlock and pay exorbitant amounts for
Piping hot pizza, fridge cold pop, and room temperature snacks provided
by GroundWork. We'll open up the doors at 6:30 or so and start the
formal part of the meeting promptly at 7PM.
RSVP (not necessary, but helpful): Peter Mui,
pmui at groundworkopensource.com, 415-992-4573,
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