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Installing Zabbix

As you may have noticed from the links in the previous section, there are a lot of moving parts in Zabbix. It leverages several open source technologies, and a production-ready installation needs a little more planning than we can go into in this chapter. Because of this we are going to look at two ways of installing Zabbix quickly rather go into too much detail.

Using containers

At the time of writing, there are over a hundred Docker images available on the Docker Hub (https://hub.docker.com) that mentions Zabbix. These range from full server installations to just the various parts, such as the Zabbix agent or proxy services.

Out of the ones listed, there is one that is recommend by Zabbix itself. So, we will look at this one; ...

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