After finishing the Qwiklabs – GCP Essentials – Creating a Virtual Machine lab I was going over the “Compute Engine Qwik Start – Windows” one and stumbled open a few misalignment between the lab and the actual environment.
I was using Qwiklabs to learn a bit about Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and started the GCP Essential quest.
During the 1st lab (Creating a Virtual Machine) I got stuck on 10/15 points, despite the fact that I thought I’ve completed all the steps as required.
- Part 1 – Elasticsearch Heartbeat ICMP time metrics
- Part 2 – Elasticsearch Heartbeat TCP time metrics (work in progress)
- Part 3 – Elasticsearch Heartbeat HTTP time metrics (work in progress)
I’ve played recently with Samsung Galaxy TabPro S and liked it very much, especially its screen. However one thing was driving me crazy – the auto dimming of the screen.
Continue reading Samsung Galaxy TabPro S screen dimming settings
Occasionally when creating SiteScope JMX monitors you might want to verify connectivity or to troubleshoot remote JMX RMi connection. You might also want to be able to provide a tool to the (monitored target) Java application team to try the connectivity locally on the target server.
jmxsh is a command line utility that allows you to connect to (local or remote) JMX and browse the counters. Continue reading Use jmxsh – JMX CLI tool – to troubleshoot remote JMX RMI connection
Sometimes you would want to copy PuTTY hosts SSH keys between different users or machines. Having the keys stored will prevent the pop-up message in PuTTY (or Plink/PSCP) when you try to connect to the remote host for the first time. Continue reading How to copy PuTTY SSH Hosts Keys between different users/machines on Windows
I was recently introduced to Slack by a friend of mine and found it to be quite awesome (especially if the organization that you are working in doesn’t block their site). It allows you to have all of the communication in the organization to be in one place. So I thought: “If that’s the place where all the communication goes, SiteScope should send it’s alerts there as well”. That’s how this SiteScope to Slack Alerts Integration idea was born. Continue reading SiteScope to Slack Alerts Integration
On a bright sunny day, without any prior warning (as it usually happens in DEV environment) our HP BSM Connector decided that it doesn’t want to show any policies in the UI and instead to present me with “An unexpected error occurred” kind of message:
For someone who didn’t have to deal with HP Operation Manager Agent’s and Server’s certificates, working with them might be overwhelming initially. As promised in the “How to test pattern matching expressions in HP BSM Connector policies” article I am starting a series of articles for HP BSM people that are new to the HP Operation Manager component of the application and this one is one of them. Continue reading How to backup CA certificates in HP BSM/OMi when you have more than one Data Processing server
This post is one in a series of articles that are aimed for HP BSM guys (and rarely girls) that are new to the, let’s call it “legacy”, Operations Manager and its agents. One of the new doctrines is the pattern matching syntax that is used in OA policies and which now have become part of BSM Connector policies.