Supplementing Jamf’s Reporting with MunkiReport

Speakers: Alexander Smith & Louise Radifera & John Eberle

Level: All Levels, Lecture

Excerpt: In need of a board reporting tool to supplement Jamf’s built in reporting? Tired of finding, creating, testing extension attributes? Try the open source route by using MunkiReport, Munki no longer required. In this session we’ll go in-depth with how to setup and use MunkiReport to augment Jamf’s native reporting. We’ll touch upon some of the many things MunkiReport can gather and how it can be presented. Learn how to expand its functionality by using your Extension Attributes from Jamf and integrate MunkiReport into Jamf using the Jamf API. All of MunkiReport, but without the Munki.

Description: In need of a board reporting tool to supplement Jamf’s built in reporting? Tired of finding, creating, testing extension attributes? Try the open source route by using MunkiReport, Munki no longer required. In this session we’ll go in-depth with how to setup and use MunkiReport to augment Jamf’s native reporting. We’ll touch upon some of the many things MunkiReport can gather and how it can be presented. Learn how to expand its functionality by using your Extension Attributes from Jamf and integrate MunkiReport into Jamf using the Jamf API. All of MunkiReport, but without the Munki.


About the speakers

John Eberle (Twitter: @tuxudo) – –

A native of the Pittsburgh area and graduate of Penn State. Currently a Mac admin at a non-profit in the Pittsburgh area web apps, fixing hardware of all kinds, and supporting everything IT.


Louise Radifera (Twitter: @vazhalemur) – Manager Client Services & Support – CBS

Louise entered the world of geekdom after seeing her first tech movie where she watched HAL refuse to open the pod bay doors and then seeing the “old” Duotronic computers not only work, but provide answers by voice on starships on TV. She has been fascinated by computers ever since.
Currently, Louise is responsible support for CBS interactive’s US east coast support and for starting the Women in Tech group at CBS.


Alexander Smith – Senior Helpdesk Analyst – Sprinklr

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