In these days I’m testing an alternative web interface for Nagios : Thruk The First impression is definitely positive, and so I decided to share this information so more people can know and use this software. Thruk is an independent multibackend monitoring webinterface which currently supports Nagios, Icinga and Shinken as backend using the MKLivestatus addon. It is designed to be a “dropin” […]
Yesterday I’ve attended the Nagios World Conference Europe hosted in Bozen (Italy) by Wurth-Phoenix, so as first thing thanks to Wurst-Phoenix for the organization this meeting, for the free access provided to the event , and for the good meal that we have enjoyed. These are some notes I’ve took during the meeting.
The Nagios World Conference™ will be held on May 12th at Bolzano/Italy and is organized by wuerth-phoenix. The agenda seem interesting and there is the participation of namable speakers such as Nagios founder Ethan Galstad, Nagios Plugin coordinator Ton Voon or the NS Client creator Michael Medin. Moreover, there will be presentations of the new […]
NagiosQL is a web based administration tool for Nagios 2.x, 3.x and Icinga 1.x. It helps you to easily build a complex configuration with all options, manage and use them. NagiosQL is based on a webserver with PHP, MySQL and local file or remote access to the Nagios configuration files via ssh or ftp. The […]
If in your work you are responsible for just one server, you will surely wonder: What is the best way to get the situation under control? In the world there are good open source software that allow you to monitor the status of servers, services and programs. In this article we’ll see an overview some […]