An Open Source Project
Rhybudd is Open Source and freely available to be forked, inspected and improved upon by members of the community. This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.Fork on GitHub
Keep Costs and MTTR Down
Rhybudd can poll Zenoss as often as every 30 seconds allowing you to know about alerts almost immediately and without needing to use expensive 3rd party SMS or telephony providers.
The local cache of Event and device information allows you to see full details (start time, summary, event log etc) of an event immediately on your phone or tablet.
Change Log - Version 3.1
- Fixed exception when servers had spaces in the name
- Fixed an issue with incorrect error messages displayed if the schema was ommitted from the URL
- Fixed various NPEs caused by dialog logic
- Fixed a DB caching issue
- Improved display on small screens
- Improved Event View layout
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Reviews from Google Play
It's like a crystal ball It's great to be the first one to know when something goes down. This app keeps me in the loop so I can at least act like I'm in control when users call reporting problems! Zenoss is awesome and it's great to have that info with me all the time on my phone. Working nicely on Android 4.0.4 (Samsung Galaxy S3) with Zenoss Core 3.2.1.
Amazing Works amazing. Very powerful app. Keeps me updated.
Great Tested it on Zenoss 3.2.1 and work great.
So Great! Having very recently switched from Nagios to Zenoss, this is perfect timing. I was keeping my old Nagios running only because there were numerous Android Nagios clients that could alert me when something went down. Now I can phase Nagios out completely.
Other Libraries used
To make the best use of certain Android features such as the Action Bar the app uses ActionBarSherlock.
Ensuring that any and all bugs get caught and fixed the app also makes use of BugSense for error and exception handling.
No other software or artificial colorings were used in the making of this product.
Uses the Zenoss API to poll for, alert on and Acknowledge or investigate Zenoss alerts as well as view infrastructure device statuses and details, manage alerts, logs all from your Android phone.
Maintain visibility of your infrastructure through a variety of widgets, graphical gauges in Dock Mode or via alerting that can check for health changes as often as every 30 seconds.
Trialled, tested and developed by the Operations team at DataSift
If you experience any issues with the App feel free to contact me via email; Gareth@NetworksAreMadeOfString.co.uk and I'll try to help.
The initial settings screen you see when you first start the app.
An example of the new JellyBean style notifications.
Example of the Zenoss Event Listing in Rhybudd on a tablet with instant access details.
Viewing a device's details including SNMP information and current events.