By Hovhannes Avoyan on Feb, 24, 2012
In this post, we’re going to examine two popular open source monitoring methods and their integration with the Monitis platform. The first open source monitoring method we’ll discuss is Nagios — which allows you to monitor any network service with the use of plug-ins. The second is Munin — another software monitor with it’s own… Read the full post
By Dan Fruehauf on Sep, 13, 2011
In the previous article we’ve shown how easy it is to integrate popular Nagios server monitoring commands, or plugins, with Monitis M3 monitoring framework. However, given the fact you have a working Nagios configuration, which is vast and complex – I can sympathize with your unwillingness to actually migrate to Monitis.
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By Dan Fruehauf on Aug, 21, 2011
Nagios, a systems monitoring software What’s Nagios? – Nagios is a rather simplistic monitoring software. And I like simple things. Nagios’ responsibility is not necessarily to draw nice graphs for your boss or collect data you may or may not need. Nagios simply decides whether your system runs properly. And for this question there is… Read the full post
By Hovhannes Avoyan on Jun, 28, 2011
Nagios is a widely used monitoring software for systems and networks. It provides the flexibility to monitor anything on your systems or networks using a script or plugin. Known for having plugins and scripts available to monitor your needs, Nagios’ the interface and user friendliness leaves much to be desired. Plus you have to maintain… Read the full post