OpenNMS Eclipse IoT Challenge 2017/18 Final Report

cgallen : March 15, 2018 12:42 am : opennms-uk-blog
This post provides an update to our previous post and video describing The OpenNMS entry to the Eclipse IoT challenge 2017 Project Description The aim of this project is to use IoT pollution measurements as a compelling use case to prove a design for an MQTT plugin for OpenNMS. This will position OpenNMS as a more »

OpenNMS at TM Forum Digital Disruption 2014

cgallen : December 23, 2014 4:52 pm : opennms-uk-blog
In December Ronny, David and I went to TM forum Digital disruption in San Jose. OpenNMS has been involved in the TM Forum for many years but this was the first time we had taken a stand at the show. We have always had a bit of a love/hate relationship with the TM Forum because more »

OpenNMS for Government IT at SOCTIM 2014

cgallen : October 29, 2014 12:51 pm : opennms-uk-blog
Marketing OpenNMS to Government:-  Traditionally Open Source projects don’t have much of a marketing budget and tend to rely on world of mouth or technical conferences to promote the value of the product. This has served OpenNMS well in the past but we are coming to think that the reason many technically inferior closed source more »

OpenNMS and ITIL – a worked example

cgallen : July 10, 2014 9:26 am : opennms-uk-blog
People sometimes ask us ‘Is OpenNMS ITIL compliant’, which is a strange question since it is your organisational processes which conform to ITIL, not your operational support systems. So it is more about how your use your systems than about the systems themselves. Recently we held OpenNMS workshops around the UK and Ireland and one more »

OpenNMS Pmatrix – making a NOC more like a Trading Floor

cgallen : April 29, 2014 11:39 pm : opennms-uk-blog
The attached video is a repeat of a talk given by Dr Craig Gallen at the OUCE 2014 OpenNMS user conference suggesting that future Network Operations Centres (NOCs) will become more like Commodity Trading Desks. In the future network, compute and storage infrastructure will all be virtualised and offered through ‘Cloud Services’. We expect that more »
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