[CentOS] [OT] What is the best network monitoring tool?

Alejandro cdgraff at gmail.com
Thu Oct 9 16:05:21 UTC 2008


Nate,

Thanks for your response.

Currently I have a lot of services to monitoring for example:

Databases : Oracle - Mysql - MSSql
WebServers: SunWebServer - SunJavaAppServer - Apache
Systems: Windows - Linux
Networking: Cisco Switch - Lan Interfaces

Currently I look these projects: Groundwork and Centreon (
http://www.centreon.com/), this two tools based in Nagios, but with
statistical tools

And other excellent tool is JFFNMS (http://www.jffnms.org/)

Regards,
Alejandro

2008/10/8 nate <centos at linuxpowered.net>

> Alejandro wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > Currently I have a big question.
> >
> > What is the best OPEN SOURCE solution for monitoring multiple Host and
> > Services, for example for using in a WebHosting Provider with 50 hosts or
> > more.
>
> What exactly are you interested in monitoring? Different
> tools have different uses. If your used to nagios and your
> environment isn't that big perhaps you should take a peek
> at groundworks -
>
> http://www.groundworkopensource.com/community/community-edition.html
>
> I use a combination of nagios and cacti, nagios for event based
> monitoring and cacti for performance monitoring/trending. My
> cacti is *heavily* customized the result of hundreds of hours
> of work and monitors roughly 11 million data points a day. Nagios
> monitors about half a million.
>
> But depending on what exactly your monitoring will depend on
> what tool is best. e.g. how complex of monitors are you needing.
> Do you just need PING and basic HTTP checks or are you looking
> into more complex application level monitoring?
>
> nate
>
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