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Nagios: Advanced Topics
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Nagios is a very widely used tool for monitoring hosts and services on a network. It's very flexible and configurable, and can be extended in many ways using home-grown or already existing extensions. This tutorial will cover the advanced features and abilities of Nagios and related tools, which are especially useful in larger or more complex environments, or for higher degrees of automation or integration with other systems.
Network and system administrators ready to implement or extend their use of the Nagios system and network monitoring tool.
The information you need to immediately implement and use the advanced features of Nagios and related tools for monitoring systems and devices on your networks.
- Theory of operation
- Configuration for more complex environments
- Plug-ins: Their creation, use, and abuse
- Extensions: NRPE, NSCA, NDOUtils
- Add-ons: Graphing, integration with other tools
- Abuse: Unexpected uses and abuses of Nagios