Nagios System and Network Management and Monitoring

Here users can find basic information about how to install, configure, and manage the Nagios system and networking monitoring tool. The Nagios tutorials listed here are designed for users at the beginner level that want to develop the necessary skills to be a Nagios administrator.

Nagios was created by Ethan Galstad and initially released in the spring of 1999. Licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2 and available as free software, Nagios is currently the most popular computer and network monitoring software application. Nagios monitors hosts and services alerting administrators when things change.

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Official Nagios Training

Nagios Training Schedule:

Basic Nagios Class
(5 days a week 11 AM - 3 PM Eastern) December 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
(5 days a week 11 AM - 3 PM Eastern) January 20, 21, 22, 23, 24
(5 days a week 11 AM - 3 PM Eastern) March 17, 18, 19, 20, 21

Advanced Nagios Class
(5 days a week 11 AM - 3 PM Eastern) December 9, 10, 11, 12, 13
(5 days a week 11 AM - 3 PM Eastern) February 3, 4, 5, 6 ,7
(5 days a week 11 AM - 3 PM Eastern) March 31 April 1, 2, 3, 4

 


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Our Latest Nagios Posts



Changing the Looks of Nagios in 60 Seconds
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Nagios Interface ChangesStruggling with the default Nagios interface? Change to a number of options for frontends, or skins for the Nagios web interface quickly and easily with a few simple steps. This tutorial covers Exfoliation, an easy to install Nagios fontend

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Network Monitoring with Nagios Plugins
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Network Monitoring with Nagios PluginsAll Nagios plugins require three main elements to be configured properly. This tutorial explains the need for host definition, service definition, and command definition each time a plugin is used and illustrates it as a triangle.

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Network Monitoring with Nagios
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Network Monitoring with NagiosNagios is a flexible and powerful tool to be used for checking devices and applications. This post explains the basic functions of the Nagios network monitoring tool for Nagios beginners and outlines several installation options including source, RPM, and Deb.

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