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Quick Start Guide. Administrator Guide. User Guide. Video Tutorials.
User: Password:. Whether at home, commuting, or on vacation, admins can continuously monitor their networks, learning of issues long before they become catastrophes.
Nagios, the most popular open source solution for system and network monitoring, is extremely robust, but it's also intensely complex. Ethan Galstad, the main developer of Nagios, noted that the first edition of Nagios "is incredibly detailed, and Wolfgang has done an excellent job. I don't think I could have gone into that much detail if I wrote a book myself. It can also supervise host resources processor load, disk and memory usage, running processes, log files, and so on and environmental factors, such as temperature and humidity.
Readers of Nagios learn how to: - Install and configure the Nagios core, all standard plugins, and selected third-party plugins - Configure the notification system - Program event handlers to take automatic action when trouble occurs - Write Perl plugins to customize Nagios for unique system needs - Quickly understand Nagios data using graphing and visualization tools - Monitor Windows servers, SAP systems, and databases This dense, all-inclusive guide to Nagios also contains a chapter that highlights the differences between Nagios versions 2 and 3 and gives practical migration and compatibility tips.
Nagios, 2nd Edition is a key resource for any system and network administrator and will ease the pain of network monitoring migraines in no time. He is a professional system administrator with considerable experience using Nagios. We publish the finest in geek entertainment--unique books on technology, with a focus on Open Source, security, hacking, programming, alternative operating systems, and LEGO. Our titles have personality, our authors are passionate, and our books tackle topics that people care about.
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Several books have been written about Nagios over the years. Some authors have worked at Nagios, others are simply enthusiasts. All of them are experts. Check out this list of books we compiled of some of the best Nagios reads out there. Packt Publishing has released Learning Nagios 3. Tobias Scherbaum has written a book on Nagios called Praxisbuch Nagios.
Nagios Enterprises has developed numerous tools designed to monitor your network and servers and make life easier for Administrators and support staff members. Tutorial videos are meant to complement the Nagios XI manuals and documentation. Posted by Scott Wilkerson. Hilfreich sind vor allem die Punkte Quickstart installation guide und Object definitions. This tutorial walks through the basics of configuring Nagios, with a strong focus on maintainability and scalability. Documentation on Nagios can be found on the Nagios Support Portal at support. Nagios XI is capable of monitoring hundreds of different types of applications, services, protocols, and computer hardware through the use of built-in capabilities and third-party extensions and addons.
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