09 Jun 2021

Xenit: Open-Source Monitoring for Alfresco

General info

9th of June at 4 pm CEST.

Xenit and Alfresco


Xenit and Alfresco are hosting the Live Tech Talk "Open-Source Monitoring for Alfresco" on the 9th of June at 4 pm CEST.

The availability of proper monitoring is crucial to keeping systems running and performant. We will look at open source solutions that keep a close eye on how your Alfresco solution is performing. The team will also discuss tools like Prometheus, Alerta Manager, and Grafana. Using these tools you will learn how to add your own metrics and define alarms for your Alfresco customizations.

In this webinar, the speakers are: Thijs Lemmens, Daan Kerkhofs, and Roxana Angheluta. They will share:

  • The importance of monitoring your Alfresco infrastructure
  • How and why using Prometheus, AlertManager and Grafana.
  • How to add your own metrics and define an alarm for your customization.

Our speakers, Thijs Lemmens, Daan Kerkhofs, Roxana Angheluta, have collectively over two decades experience of working with Alfresco and monitoring performance.

Thijs has a decade's experience of working with large document archives and the importance of monitoring for health and performance. Currently he is in charge of the Xenit product portfolio.

Daan is an Alfresco engineer at Xenit, and is maintainer of several open source Alfresco integrations like Dynamic Extensions, Alfresco Health Processor and Alfred Telemetry.

Roxana is an Alfresco engineer at Xenit, focusing on monitoring numerical metrics via Prometheus and AlertManager, log monitoring via Elasticsearch and Kibana. She has developed the Solr module for Alfred Telemetry and is currently working on better health-checks for Alfresco and Solr.