If you feel your business requires a more customizable monitoring service to better fit your needs, Nuagerie offers an open sourced solution that can be created with your precise specifications.
Nagios can monitor applications, services, operating systems, network protocols, system metrics and infrastructure components with a single tool. Powerful script APIs also allow easy monitoring of in-house and custom applications, services, and systems.
Nagios offers a centralized view of your monitored IT infrastructure with detailed status information available through its web interface. Fast detection of infrastructure outages gives instant alerts that are delivered to technical staff via email or SMS.
Alert acknowledgments provide communication on known issues and problem response and event handlers allow automatic restart of failed applications and services.
Trending and capacity planning addons ensure you’re aware of aging infrastructure and scheduled downtime allows for alert suppression during infrastructure upgrades.
Nagios offers availability reports to ensure SLAs are being met and historical reports to provide record of alerts, notifications, outages, and alert response. Third-party addons can also be included to extend our already large reporting capabilities.
Multi-user access to web interface allows stake holders to view infrastructure status. User-specific views ensures clients see only their infrastructure components.
Due to its Open Source nature, integration with in-house and third-party applications is easy with multiple APIs. Hundreds of community-developed addons extend core Nagios functionality.
Nagios boasts over 10 years of active development, capable of scaling to monitor thousands of nodes. Failover capabilities ensure non-stop monitoring of critical IT infrastructure components.
Nagios is a powerful monitoring system that enables organizations to identify and resolve IT infrastructure problems before they affect critical business processes.
What Nagios Provides
Designed with scalability and flexibility in mind, Nagios gives you the peace of mind that comes from knowing your organization’s business processes won’t be affected by unknown outages.
Nagios is a powerful tool that provides you with instant awareness of your organization’s mission-critical IT infrastructure. Nagios allows you to detect and repair problems and mitigate future issues before they affect end-users and customers.
By using Nagios, you can:
When it comes to open source network monitoring tools, the World’s largest organizations turn to Nagios. Nagios monitors the network for problems caused by overloaded data links or network connections, as well as monitoring routers, switches and more. Easily able to monitor availability, uptime and response time of every node on the network, Nagios can deliver the results in a variety of visual representations and reports.
Nagios is fully capable of monitoring Windows servers, Linux servers, Unix servers, Solaris, AIX, HP-UX, and Mac OS/X and more.
Use Nagios as your Windows network monitor and receive complete monitoring of your Microsoft Windows desktop and server operating systems – including system metrics, service states, process states, performance counters, event logs, applications (IIS, Exchange, etc), services (Active Directory, DHCP, etc) and more.
Nagios is a powerful network monitor solution for all versions of Windows.
Nagios provides complete monitoring of your Linux operating systems and distributions – including operating system metrics, service state, process state, file system usage, and more. When you use Nagios to monitor your Linux environment, you’re using one of the most powerful Linux monitoring tools on the planet.
Implementing effective network monitoring with Nagios offers the following benefits:
IT staff configure Nagios to monitor critical IT infrastructure components, including system metrics, network protocols, applications, services, servers, and network infrastructure.
Nagios sends alerts when critical infrastructure components fail and recover, providing administrators with notice of important events. Alerts can be delivered via email, SMS, or custom script.
IT staff can acknowledge alerts and begin resolving outages and investigating security alerts immediately. Alerts can be escalated to different groups if alerts are not acknowledged in a timely manner.
Reports provide a historical record of outages, events, notifications, and alert response for later review. Availability reports help ensure your SLAs are being met.
Scheduled downtime prevents alerts during scheduled maintenance and upgrade windows.
Trending and capacity planning graphs and reports allow you to identify necessary infrastructure upgrades before failures occur.