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The OpenNMS iPhone App

By John | August 28, 2009

Today we had our first IT Management Geeks Marietta chapter meeting #itmgemacJeff Gehlbach @jgehlbach gave us a sneak peek at the new OpenNMS iPhone AppI have never been a huge fan of phone based IT management tools; however this one seemed pretty interesting.

The outages screen shows all of the node issues.  If you select one of the nodes it gives you a very nice and easy to read outages details for that node.  It also has an alarms interface where you can acknowledge or close alarms.  Very cool…

Gerry Brown (a.k.a @woverdean) the hardest working Tivoli man in Atlanta also showed up.

I’m talking IT management at it’s best folks…

Maybe next week we will get a few more geeks…

Topics: opennms | 2 Comments »

2 Responses to “The OpenNMS iPhone App”

  1. Jeff Gehlbach Says:
    August 28th, 2009 at 8:55 pm

    Is ITMGEMAC weekly now? Wow!

    Just to clarify, the iPhone app does not itself act as a management tool. It’s a way to see from an iPhone the data that an OpenNMS server makes available from the management and functions that it’s performing.

  2. Kevin Stone Says:
    August 29th, 2009 at 1:35 pm

    I need an IT Management Geeks Baltimore chapter…

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