As time goes on our IT systems become more and more complex and spread out. In the past a person could simply check on each item every morning and see the status, that is no longer a reliable or feasible way to make sure your systems are good in most modern environments.
I will talk about why it is important to monitor, some ways and applications to do so (specifically free ones that anyone can use), and why this process should be automated with notifications and not left to human eyes only.
Any remaining time till be for sharing other tools and ways that anyone else has used that helped them with monitoring their systems.
Colton joined the military and was placed as a System Administrator, Radio operator, and Satcom operator and that started his career in IT and made him actually enjoy working on computers and systems. Since 2019 he has worked as a Network and Server Administrator and recently began doing more of a security role as well.
His education has been through on the job training, crash course training (I.e. 5 days a week 8-4 for 6 months), and learn it to run it (I.e. I'm now supposed to administer this new thing, figure it out yourself how to do so).
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